Tt eSPORTS Battle Dragon Bag

Thermaltake’s professional gaming gear division Tt eSPORTS today announced a new gaming ‘creation’ which will help you to carry with you all gaming weapons you need for LAN parties, gaming events or even large international competitions.

It’s actually a travel bag, designed specially for gamers on the move and features a fully-customized interior built to fit gaming peripherals such as mice, keyboards, headsets, mousepads and even a laptop all in one convenient carrier. Called the “Battle Dragon Bag”, it is made by polyester and nylon, has dimensions of 35cm (W) x 57cm (L) x 25cm (H) and can store maximum weight of 41kg.  The bag is fully padded with adjustable shoulder straps and a padded back panel,  and can be worn as a backpack or shoulder bag. It offers dual-zip main compartment with laptop sleeve and also has two external pockets for large items, if you need more space.

Tt eSPORTS Battle Dragon

Tt eSPORTS Battle Dragon

Tt eSPORTS Battle Dragon

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