Designed for a small controller and laptop, this clever piece of rolling luggage also works great as a complete overnight solution for the jet-set DJs out there.
Inside there's a nice padded controller sleeve, but it's a simple affair and doesn't have the un-zippable edges or top closing flap that the sleeves included with the Fusion bags do. There's also a small zip pouch inside with a netted front that would work well for adaptors, USB keys and any other small bits that can be a faff to get at in large pockets.
One unique thing about the case is that the front laptop pocket can be unattached so that bag can be hinged flat. This is supposedly to enable you to lay the bag flat at airport security without having to take the laptop out of your bag. Our tests at airport security were met with, "Sir, just take the laptop out of the bag,” but UDG can hardly be blamed for this.
Regardless, the front laptop section is extremely well padded and can be trusted. Around the back there's a shallow, accessible zip pocket that's ready for your tickets and passport, etc, and a strap for attaching this over the top of a larger wheeled trolley if required.
Overall, this case represents the easiest way to carry a small CD collection, overnight clothes and everything else you might need for a DJ gig. Combine it with the DIGI wallet and you have a very organised solution for Rekordbox and laptop DJs who don't use a large controller.