Can be used as a travel bagg, a diaper bagg, a briefcase and a bagg for every day use.
Fits comfortably over your shoulder with 11 inch drop length
Made of lightweight water resistant fabric.
Detachable cell phone case is strapped to the handle.
The zippered center compartment is full of organizational help. There are 2 large zippered pockets, a key fob, cell phone or PDA pocket, 2 pen and lipstick slots, 2 elastics for pens or lipstick, and a slide pocket
Each of the outside compartments have a mesh bottle holder and two large zippered pockets.
"Big enough to hold letter file folders or letter redwells, lunch items, book, umbrella, phone, keys and door passes, and a small knitting project.
If I pop into the grocery store on the way home, I can fit 4 cans into the center pocket, or a good amount of produce. It makes a good squishable carry-on bag. I've had the Only Bagg in black rip-stop nylon bag for over 5 years of daily heavy use, and it is only now beginning to fray at one corner, and one side zip pocket tore years ago, when I had it overloaded. I'm still using that one until it wears out completely, but I restocked, since this was on sale.
Others have mentioned the "too many pockets" problem: I tied my train pass on a purple lanyard around one of the handle straps, so that I can tell easily which is the "front" of my bag. That way, I know that the front outside little pocket is for house keys and train pass; front inside for wallet, chapstick; inside the center zip the 2 little pockets are 1 for feminine products and 1 for lunch sandwiches; the back inside little pocket for electronics (shuffle, USB drives, Playaway, batteries), and the back outside pocket is for pens and my work door pass and work keys. This system lets me pull out what I need without showing the whole train car where my wallet is."
"I have four Baggellini "ONLY" Baggs as well as several of the travel wallets. They are wonderful ! The "ONLY" Bagg has three large sections, one zippered, which are large enough for my MAC Air, and my iPad. There are many smaller zippered compartments and pockets for putting small items and a separate pouch for my cell phone that hangs on the Bagg's handle. It is roomy enough to use as weekend bag. It slides easily 'under the seat in front of you'. Made of light weight fabric, the Bagg is easy for a small woman to carry even when it is fully loaded. It can be bought in many colors with coordinating/ contrasting linings. After months of daily use, my "ONLY" Baggs still look great."
"I have two of these bags purple and red - both are previous versions - no cell pocket outside. The bag is huge, and has many many pockets. So many, I can't remember what pocket holds what and often have to open several before finding what I'm looking for. I use this bag on business trips that are long distance, out and back on same day (e.g. Wash DC to Tampa and back) - doing that is risky given that the last flight could be cancelled. This bag allows me to carry a few essentials that I would need if I got stuck overnight (change of underwear, some makeup, pills, snacks, knitting, a book, and other "got-to-have's" - in addition to the stuff I carry for business. There is one negative about this bag and it's fairly significant. The bag is so floppy that it just settles flat like a pancake and the compartments on the side that only have snaps spill everything out. If you have a laptop in the middle, the bag falls over too and things go all over (bad news on a plane). The bag needs some sizing/stiffener to keep it a bit upright. This is enough of a problem for me that I don't use either of them very often (only for those one-day trips). But the positive and negatives do cancel each other somewhat, hence the "neutral" rating I gave it."