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    Default Neverfull put to a test

    I found this really cute video on Youtube about some random people putting the neverfull to the test to see how much it can hold.. It really funny..

    Maybe you guys who own a Neverfull tell stories about how you put your Neverfull to the test??

    YouTube - Will it really hold 100 lbs?
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    Default Re: Neverfull put to a test

    haha - well I bring my Neverfull to work with me everyday and it certainly is put to the test. I carry around a laptop, a stenography machine & a laptop stand - and it's still in brand new condition.

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    Default Re: Neverfull put to a test

    I have put my Neverfull to the test many times. It holds a ton!!
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    Default Re: Neverfull put to a test

    Wow. Lol. I can't believe it can hold that much.

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    Default Re: Neverfull put to a test

    Yeah, its supposed to be able to hold up to 300 pounds.
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    Default Re: Neverfull put to a test

    300 pounds? really.. WOW. They looked so weak to me when I saw them at the store.

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    Default Re: Neverfull put to a test

    Yes, i also heard from LV staff when i buy this bag that I can carry 300lbs... but i love my bag so much, how dare i put sthing 300lbs into it. :)

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    Default Re: Neverfull put to a test

    That is what the SA told me as well. I was thinking she said the straps were tested to hold up to 250lbs or something like that.
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    Default Re: Neverfull put to a test

    But I wonder how confortable do the handles get on you with too much wait? I need a new computer carrier but I was thinking about something with wheels because of the weight.

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    Default Re: Neverfull put to a test

    It amazes me that such thin handles could be that strong!

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    Default Re: Neverfull put to a test

    Quote Originally Posted by M_Butterfly View Post
    But I wonder how confortable do the handles get on you with too much wait? I need a new computer carrier but I was thinking about something with wheels because of the weight.
    I carried my 15 inch laptop to work everyday and it doesnt feel that heavy at on my shoulder.. I thought my laptop has lost weight when I carry my laptop in the Neverfull MM>. I dont think it be heavy at all..

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    Default Re: Neverfull put to a test

    Hmm.. ok I'm totally convinced now! I think I need a NF more than I need a speedy, especially since I love big bags so that I can dump stuff into it (books, files, papers... oww.. laptop!!!) LOL... awesome...

    now, to decide between monogram or Damier... sigh... so many decisions!!

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    Default Re: Neverfull put to a test

    Quote Originally Posted by Sweetie pie View Post
    Hmm.. ok I'm totally convinced now! I think I need a NF more than I need a speedy, especially since I love big bags so that I can dump stuff into it (books, files, papers... oww.. laptop!!!) LOL... awesome...

    now, to decide between monogram or Damier... sigh... so many decisions!!

    I go for the damier.. the vachetta annoyed me sometime when i use it so much that I'm scare it wil turn really dark brown or getting it dirty.. damier wont have that problem

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    Default Re: Neverfull put to a test

    I love the Neverfull for a tote bag. I wanted the Damier NF bad until I saw it IRL. It is gorgeous but the red lining kind changed my mind. I was afraid it might clash with certain outfits and decided against it.
    I absolutely LOVE my Speedy but in Monogram you have to be very careful to keep the handles (Vachetta) clean.

    Maybe a Neverfull in Monogram then your next bag could be a Speedy in Damier? I really want to add a Damier Speedy to my collection some day - it's worry free!!

    Good Luck!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sweetie pie View Post
    Hmm.. ok I'm totally convinced now! I think I need a NF more than I need a speedy, especially since I love big bags so that I can dump stuff into it (books, files, papers... oww.. laptop!!!) LOL... awesome...

    now, to decide between monogram or Damier... sigh... so many decisions!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by M_Butterfly View Post
    But I wonder how confortable do the handles get on you with too much wait? I need a new computer carrier but I was thinking about something with wheels because of the weight.
    ~IMO, the thin straps can be tiresome on the shoulder after a long shopping trip (approx. 4-5hrs.)! To think, I usually carry a zippy organizer, Trousse-19 w/ light make-up, cell phone and keys in my NF MM Moca. . Again, this is just my opinion..not a good idea to carry heavy books or computer. .~



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