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These Locally Made Wooden Laptop Bags Are Just What You Need

Handcrafted for style
by Jamie Sanchez for Spot.ph | Jul 25, 2017
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If you love homegrown brands as much as we do, then you should set your sights on our latest discovery. We stumbled upon Republika, a local brand that aims to put the spotlight on Filipino artisans and their handcrafted goodies. Our most interesting find from the brand? Their Wooden Laptop Carriers. Before you say that there is no way you're using a wooden laptop bag, have a good look at these sleek babies:

Pretty swanky, right? It's good to know that every wooden laptop carrier is designed and carefully handcrafted in the Philippines and that no two bags are ever the same. They're also very lightweight and comfortable to use! The bags make use of rustproofed and antique-finished metals and come with an adjustable strap made from long-lasting nylon webbing. Don't worry about your laptop getting scratches because each piece is lined with high-quality felt. It comes in two sizes, 13-inches and 15-inches and two colors: maple and walnut.

Check it out:

13-inches Maple Wooden Carrier

13-inches Walnut Wooden Carrier

Each wooden laptop carrier is available for P2,490 online.

For more information, log on to Republika's Facebook page

This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.
*Minor edits have been made by the Fhm.com.ph editors.


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