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Old 08-02-12, 09:33 AM
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and meanwhile back at the range, vibration protection can be homemade with an old blue campmat or something like that (you know, the high density stuff) as it is great for dampening out vibrations and is light. For wet, as others have said, multiple bags will work well, and being more careful than not is certainly a priority if as you say, you could be caught out in a rainstorm that would just be like being the shower at full blast. Depending on your panniers, you might not want to have the laptop at the very bottom of the pannier, in case water does collect down there.
good luck with coming up with something.

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