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Backpack of Holding Holds Plenty of Stuff

by Shane McGlaun

If you grew up playing Dungeons and Dragons, or still play the game (we don’t judge) you may be familiar with bags that can hold a lot of stuff, and we mean a lot of stuff. All your gold, swords, and other crap crammed into a convenient backpack you can take with you everywhere. It would be cool to have one of those in the real world.

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ThinkGeek has unveiled the Backpack of Holding, and it’s sort of like that only it’s not made to carry swords or potions. That is unless you frequent Renaissance Faires or Comic Cons. What it is designed to carry is books, phones, and other assorted junk you need for work or school.

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It’s made from sturdy canvas, and measures 18″(H) x 16″(W) x 7″(D), and the coolest part is that it says Backpack of Holding right on the front of the bag. That’s hardcore geek right there. You can pick up the bag for $49.99(USD) on ThinkGeek.

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  1. Jamie says:

    Actually it can carry swords!
    “The top flap isn’t just a flap. It’s actually part of the bag, which means you can unfold it to get another half a foot of height out of the bag. And it’s entirely useable in that format. It just doesn’t seal, which means it’s great for toting your rolled-up posters, your cosplay sword when you’re not in character, or your Quidditch broom.” (From the Thinkgeek site)

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