Griffin Survivor Bags Keep Equipment Safe And Dry

Everyone has their favorite bag for carrying around tech gear. Although throughout the years, I’ve seen plenty of equipment get damaged from accidentally dropping a bag. At CES 2016, Griffin announced Survivor, a new lineup of stylish, weather and crush-proof bags, while remaining TSA compliant with a zip-open lie-flat design.

Each Survivor bag has weatherproof zippers, can hold up to a 15″ laptop, full sized tablet, and smartphone. The main compartment of each bag is surrounded with a shatterproof plastic shell and honeycombed sidewalls. Pockets for smartphones and tablets are lined in a scratch free brushed poly fabric.


Griffin Survivor Backpack offers 16 compartments and pockets, and cable pass-through grommets in its roomy 30 liter capacity. While capacity is important, it isn’t relevant if what’s in the bag is likely to be damaged from a fall. Luckily Griffin Survivor Backpack can withstand a 6 foot fall and still protect the equipment it’s holding.


Griffin Survivor Briefcase has a 20 liter capacity, 10 compartments and pockets, and can protect its contents up to a 4 foot fall.

Griffin Survivor Backpack will be available soon for $225.99.
Griffin Survivor Briefcase will be available soon for $189.99.

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