Checkthrough® Security Brief, Mini


• TSA “Checkpoint-friendly”

• Designed to hold most popular 13-inch laptops

•  Includes patented Superbungee™ shoulder strap

•  Lightweight

Pat no. 101010



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The Mini Checkthrough Security Brief is a high-end travel business case.  Designed and rigorously-tested to be TSA “checkpoint-friendly.” So you can run it through airport x-ray screening without removing your computer.*

Rear compartment with built-in padded laptop sleeve zips open and hinges down flat.  The laptop remains safely inside, while the X-ray image presented to the screener is the same as if it were removed and placed into a bin.  Once through security, simply zip up the bag and go.

More than 15 pockets, compartments and organizers in all, including 4 fully padded pockets for portable electronics, dedicated thumb-drive slot, key clip, easy-access Doc-pocket™ for boarding pass and passport, and more.

Designed to hold all popular 13-inch or smaller laptops — Laptop section interior is 13.75″ x 9.5″ x 1.5″.  The generous center document compartment holds papers, magazines, folders and more.

Includes our patented Superbungee™ strap featuring a flexible suspension coil and wide, contoured padding – providing the most comfortable carry imaginable.

Massively-reinforced stress points include double-tacked hand grips and box-X stitched and riveted shoulder strap anchors.

Travel with ease – the Mini Checkthrough Security Brief and its intelligently designed features make organizing your on-the-go office, a breeze.


Primary materials: Ultra-durable micro-ballistic nylon exterior, with smooth oxford nylon interior.  All materials water-repellent.

Hardware and trim: Self-repairing zippers with soft-grip pulls, tactile hypalon hand grip, swiveling, twist-resistant shoulder strap hardware, rubber bottom treads.

Overall Size: 15.5″ L x 11″ H x 4.5 D

Weight: 2.25 lbs.

*All Skooba Checkthrough® bags have been designed and field tested in close collaboration with the TSA.  Meeting or exceeding all “checkpoint friendly” requirements.  It is the user’s responsibility to make sure any checkpoint-friendly bag is packed and used as specified.  In all instances, screening personnel always have the right to require laptop removal, secondary screening, or any other measures deemed necessary to ensure travel security.