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Special Bags for Scientists, Musicians and Maverick Types
There are bags and special bags. Sometimes you meet some one who helps you learn a lot in a short time.
Friends help each other. If you can, you should help out a mate. Everyone knows that. Someone has helped me and I would like to reciprocate that help. They have created a page on hubpages about special bags. The page describes some unusual but very useful bags that not everyone will know about. He is very well informed about these special types of bags and is drawing on personal experience of using them in very unique and versatile ways.
I found the ‘special bag page’ on hubpages interesting for three reasons.
1. I am intrigued as to how hubpages works. I am sure I will find out more as this page features my product, Trabasack. I should if sales increase or my site benefits because of it.
2. There were bags discussed that I had never heard of. I am amazed there is a bag that has a flow meter in it! Also that the pelican cases are so indestructible. I had never heard of Pelican cases until I read a page created by my friend on the whoisbid.com site.
3. There are many diverse ways of describing bags and their special uses. Everyone buys a bag with a specific purpose in mind. Whether it is a handbag, laptop case or shopping bag. People have a function in mind when making their choice and I should try to write more about those different functions and benefits when describing trabasack.
The bags discussed in the article are mostly engineering or scientific bags but I notice that there is now a mention of iPad purses. A phrase I had never heard before!
I still have a post in mind for using Trabasack as a musicans bag. I have a friend who is using one for his musical performances. In addition of course to the famous Brett Domino Justin Timberlake Video! Trabasack is also frequently used by people using the amazing new accessible musical instrument Skoog.
We also are creating a whole new blog about using trabasack as a tote bag for crafts. But I am digressing!
Music these days is pretty scientific you would need to be a sound engineer to understand that lot on on the image displayed!
If you would like to see the three scientific and engineering bags mentioned in this post then visit this hubpages post all about Special Bags and Cases for Scientists