How Much Space Is Too Much Space?
An accordion-style pocket to tame those tangled wires. Ease your mind by storing your cables away instead of loose in your bag. You didn’t see this one coming, did you?
Everything In Its Right Place
Your tech essentials new home. Cords, chargers, cables, you name it. Store it all with four small pockets, one large pocket, and one expandable pocket.
The Material You Love & Trust
Made from the same machine washable material as our backpacks. That's right... we know what we're doing
What are the differences?
Is it expandable?
Protective outer shell?
5" x 3.5" 1.75"
8.8” x 4.4” x 3.8”
9"x 5"x 2"
8”x 5"x 3”
i love it! i use both the classic bang and cable bag and i never expected to love it as much as i do!
Amazing! Fits so much stuff and the cable cord organizer is amazing!! So glad I decided to buy this backpack!
Great space and fabric is great.
The design is good, but both items had manufacturing defects. Changing the backpack was easy, but they are claiming that their warranty only covers backpacks. The product pages and warranty page states that all items are covered, so someone is lying.
It's as amazing as Niall Horan which is = to 9999999999999999999999999999/1
I like it very much. It keeps my cords and my charging blocks in one place
Perfect for travel
I bought this for a recent trip and it was just the right size to handle all my cables, portable batteries and chargers.
Almost There, But Not Quite
I recently purchased the Brevite Cable Bag, aiming to keep my cables and accessories neatly organized while on the go. Initially, I was impressed with its compact design and the promise of hassle-free cable management. However, my experience with the product left much to be desired due to a critical flaw that significantly impacted its usability. Pros: The Brevite Cable Bag is undeniably sleek and compact, providing a sense of portability that's essential for someone constantly on the move. Its interior layout is well-conceived, featuring multiple compartments and elastic loops, seemingly perfect for accommodating various types of cables, chargers, and adapters. The bag’s material feels durable, and the overall construction appears sturdy. Cons: Regrettably, the execution of the Brevite Cable Bag falls flat, primarily due to a zipper design flaw. The zipper frequently gets jammed when opening or closing the bag due to some material that protrudes into the zipper path. This recurring issue disrupts the smooth functionality of the bag, making it frustrating to access the contents. As a result, the bag's primary purpose of providing quick and easy access to cables and accessories is severely compromised. Durability Concerns: Beyond the inconvenience of the zipper problem, I am concerned about the bag’s long-term durability. A cable bag is intended for daily use, and if a fundamental element like the zipper fails within a short period, it raises doubts about the bag’s ability to withstand regular wear and tear. In conclusion, the Brevite Cable Bag had the potential to be an excellent solution for cable organization, but its flawed execution, particularly the problematic zipper, diminishes its functionality and overall appeal. Until this design flaw is rectified and the manufacturer improves their customer support, I cannot recommend this product. It’s a missed opportunity for a product that, with some adjustments, could truly excel in meeting the needs of users seeking a reliable cable organizer.