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Tylt Energy Backpack Laptop Bag with Power Charging (BPBL-T)

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  • Over 1,450 cubic-Inch es of space. Customize charging positions by routing cables to any of 6 storage areas
  • Dedicated tablet and laptop compartments. Sunglass hard case pocket with soft interior. Headphone pocket at the hip for easy access. Side hydration sleeve for drink bottles, hides away when you don't need it
  • Bonus accessory bag to manage all your tech extras. NFC with free App Built into the strap. Fly-through friendly design. No need to remove the laptop at the airport. Trolley handle pass-through. Slide the bag onto your rolling luggage
  • NFC Tag in Shoulder Strap
  • Two 1Amp USB ports for charging phones
  • Over 1,450 cubic inches of space. Customize charging positions by routing cables to any of 6 storage areas
  • Dedicated tablet & laptop compartments. Sunglass hard case pocket with soft interior. Headphone pocket at the hip for easy access. Side hydration sleeve for drink bottles - hides away when you don't need it
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 33 x 34.3 x 49 cm ; 1.7 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 2.3 Kg
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: BPBL-T
  • Date first available at May 18 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #136,204 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Charge any device while on the run. 10,400 mAh rechargeable from any USB port, rapidly charges up to 3 devices at once (smartphone up to four times or a tablet up to one full charge)

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Charge any device while on the run. 10,400 mAh rechargeable from any USB port, rapidly charges up to 3 devices at once (smartphone up to four times or a tablet up to one full charge).

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By Arwin on Aug. 17 2014
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Amazing backpack with tons of features and is extremely organized! April 13 2014
By Zachary S. *Tech Reviewer* - Published on
The TYLT Energi Backpack with a battery pack is an excellent backpack that is ideal for those that need to charge many devices on the go while staying organized.

Box contents (box being the shipping box):
-TYLT Energi Backpack
-10400mah battery pack with 3 USB's
-2 micro USB cables and 1 micro USB cable with an optional built in micro USB to Apple 30-pin adapter
-Accessory/storage bag
-Very helpful instruction manual

Note: There is so much to say about this bag. I will try to get to all the main features about this product.

-Black color all over with some blue that give the bag a cool and modern look
-Pockets, pockets, pockets and more pockets! This bag has so many pockets and compartments that can store so many things. It has a compartment for your smartphone/sunglasses that is felted to protect them, a tablet compartment that is felted also to protect it from getting scratches, a pocket for your iPod or music player that is also felted, a compartment for your laptop (15.5in x 10.5in x 1.5in) and the battery pack it comes with (wire organizer/routing system is here also), a pocket to hold a water bottle, a large pocket that is rather deep can hold a large camera or other things you may want to store, and more (6 storage spaces in total) (too many like I said!)
-Wire organizer/routing system. The main feature, I think, of this bag is that it has a system where you can organize your wires that go through the whole bag and charge your device while staying organized. The system allows you to charge your devices while in their designated compartments/pockets. This allows you to run a cable from the battery (heart of this system) up to the smartphone pocket. This is the same way for most of the other pockets like the tablet compartment.
-Comes with a 10400mAh battery pack that has 3 USB ports. 2 of the USB ports have a max output of 1 amp and the other one has a max output of 2.1 amps. All 3 USB ports combined have a max output of 4.1 amps. The battery pack charges at 2 amps max.
-This bag is Apple/MFi Certified (I don't see why it needs it but it is (maybe for the 30-pin Apple Connector)
-Very high quality!
-Lightweight, in my opinion
-This bag will be very useful for those who travel with a smartphone, tablet, laptop, camera and many other things like extra batteries, cables, headphones and ect. There is so much you can do with this bag, it is unbelievable!

-Expensive but look at what you get!
-No other color options
-Not made to be a school bag, if you school still uses paper textbooks and paper everything (mine does unfortunately)

This is an excellent backpack that is made for a modern lifestyle and it very well designed. I high recommend this backpack!

Watch my video review.
I was supplied a sample for test and evaluation, for free to keep, and I promised that my review is fair and honest.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
By ROCKBOY1027 - Published on
There comes a time when you have to charge your mobile devices on the go; this is a great charging unit. I often ran out of juice during class, now with this awesome backpack and a 10,000 mah battery I charge my phone and tablet while in class. The backpack has lots of room for my books. All the extra bags make it easy to travel. It is TSA friendly so I can butterfly it through airport security. The NFC chip on the strap is very USEFUL and handy.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great idea, Great Battery, questionable build quality June 20 2014
By Aaronee - Published on
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I purchased one, and had to return it within two weeks, with the ipad compartment zipper having pulled out of the surrounding cloth. I've not yet decided if I'll purchase another one.

- Light Weight
- Lots of compartments
- The battery is $100 value (from TYLT, $50 from others)
- Great size for airplanes as it left room for feet on at least one side under the seat.
- Very Padded shoulder straps

- Material was not very strong, zipper separated all along the seam, may just be a defect in the one I had, but other seams were showing a lot of pulling.
- The electronic compartment in front of the glasses compartment (away from wearer) lacks a cord pass through.
- Not good for carrying 8.5x11 material, it can be done but it's tight and inconvenient
- No good compartment for large power supplies

Aside from the possible quality issue, I'd recommend this backpack.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
High Quality Backpack With Ample Storage Arranged With Intelligent Functionality Always In Mind Sept. 1 2014
By Globe80 - Published on
(Originally published with full photo coverage at Hardware 360 dot com)


The TYLT Energi+ Power Backpack with built-in battery is an expertly crafted gadget that not only functions as a very comfortable pack, but also as a unified charging depot for all of your hungry devices. TYLT is a Southern California based firm whose goal is to connect users and their devices. TYLT produces an entire line of charging devices with integrated cables, and piggy-backing cellphone charging cases. The Energi+ is the first backpack TYLT has produced, and we are pleased to say they have done an amazing job.

The ENERGI+ BACKPACK is a next-gen briefcase, backpack and mobile charging station. TYLT designed the charging system so you can route the cables to any one of the 5 External Pockets or 2 internal Pockets. The design is refined and subtle with sparing use of medium blue accents over a black shell.

The removable 10,400mAh rechargeable Lithium Ion battery provides up to 4 full smartphone charges or 1 full tablet charge. With over 1,450 cubic inches of internal space and 13 total pockets it's designed to stand up when put on the ground and it's built with the finest materials available. For the traveler there is a trolley slot hidden in the backpack panel, a headphone carrying compartment on the backpack strap and a full length zipper pocket right on the front of the bag for airline tickets and passports.


• 1680D Poly Material Front Panel
• 900D Poly Material Sides & Bottom
• Fly-through Friendly
• Brushed Metal Zippers
• Laptop compartment will accommodate laptops up to 15.5in x 10.5in x 1.5in
• NFC Tag in Shoulder Strap
• Recharges via any USB Port
• 110 Cubic in. See-through Accessory Bag included
Input Voltage: 5V 2Amp (Micro USB)
Output Charging Current: 4.75V - 5.25V - 4.1Amp
Lithium Ion Battery:10,400 mAh
Battery Charge Time:7-8 Hours
Two 1Amp USB ports for charging phones
One 2.1Amp USB port for charging tablets


The Energi+ is a very impressively engineered backpack. The vast power reservoir provided within the included battery is perhaps the main selling feature here, but even without considering the battery the backpack is expertly designed. There are numerous pockets placed in convenient locations throughout the unit. Let us take a visual tour of the finer points of the Energi+

• The Front

The front of the Energi+ is slick and refined. The taped seam on the front of the outer surface is more for show than to indicate that the zippers are water proof, the entire backpack is listed by TYLT as water resistant. The materials used throughout are of the highest quality and have durable texture. The two zippers with the thin blue-lined thread present completely differing functionalities. The zipper on the right front holds a small net that can be pulled out from the pocket to hold smaller water bottles of slightly varying sizes. I used a glass bottle to show that the net is not limited to holding the standard small disposable plastic water bottles.

The taped seam zipper reveals a large and relatively shallow area that would be perfect for airline tickets and perhaps passports. I would have liked to see this zipper placed slightly higher to prevent any items from falling out if left unzipped, but by doing so we would lose the functionality of the sipper directly above which although un-guarded, holds a blue faux-fur lined pocket perfect for a second phone or media small media player.

Above the soft-sided blue faux-fur lined pocket is a pocket holding a removable hard shell with a rigid divider that keeps your eye or sunglasses safe without having to truck along your own case. The back portion of the rigid compartment is designed to hold your cellphone without fear of damage from impact.

As an extra little surprise, the compartment is removable, although I suppose if you had a massive sunglass case you could remove the rigid compartment and replace it with a massive case.

• The Top

The top of the backpack reveals a very sturdy and nicely padded handle and the zipper hardware throughout have texturized plastic caps. The zippers are all metal, but oddly look painted to make them appear as if they are silver plastic. Rest assured, they are metal and although are not YKK, they exhibited smooth operation and were free from any hangs or snags in my testing.

Another detail that is unique on the Engergi+ is the small triangular pads attached to the top end of the straps. At first glance it would seem that they are added for comfort, but even if you pull the loop ended adjustment straps these two triangular pads do not seem to touch the shoulder. It might be that these were added to make getting the straps on and off just a bit easier. Either way it looks cool and adds a small blast of color.

• The Back

The back surface of the backpack sports a welcome array of ventilated pads and channels to allow for comfortable and sweat free usage. Each pad contains a small amount of non-memory foam and is covered in broad webbing that allows the skin to breath when exposed to the back and straps for long periods of time in warmer conditions. The undersides of the straps are also covered in thinner layers of foam and the same webbing. The webbing is most welcome, although I would have liked to see the same amount of foam used on the surfaces of the straps. Backpack straps can cut into the shoulders and I would have liked to see the same amount of foam here as is present on the surface of the pack that touch the spine and lower lumbar back area.

It should be noted that if using an Android phone (at the time of press Apple phones lack this feature) with NFC (Near Field Communications), you can press your phone nearest to the TYLT logo in blue font on the left strap and the phone. This can switch the phone into a preset mode that could automatically as an example put the phone into airplane mode when flying.

The right strap has an empty sturdy metal look that can be used to attach hand sanitizer for those grimy computer and gaming convention demos. The straps have minimal, but functional adjustments. This pack lacks a chest alignment strap and top shoulder straps that can bring the load higher up on the shoulders to maximize efficient weight distribution.

The bottom edges of each strap have distinct functions. On the left side there is a small zippered pouch designed to hold earbuds. The right side has a blue strap designed along with one more looped section of the strap on that side to route headphones from the inside of the bag up the arm strap and all the way up into wearing position on the head. There is one of the many smart ports just below this earbud pocket that allows the cable to slip through the wall of the backpack without having to go through one of the zippers.

• The underside

The bottom (and the sides of the laptop compartment) are padded, but are certainly not shock proof. The backpack will protect against reasonable bumps, but likely not a drop of perhaps more than a couple feet. The carry-on rolling bag handle pass-thru is visible from the bottom. This is a nice little feature that is becoming a welcome feature on many tech minded laptop bags.

• Inside

Inside the backpack is truly where the unique functionality of the Energi+ shines through. There are pouches, zippers and cable pass-through ports everywhere. The cable routing loops and ports are like nothing ever seen in a backpack.

The outermost pocket opens to reveal an array of webs and zippers. Many are zippered and some are open. The layout is smart and functional. The area is not cavernous, but this is not a huge backpack. All in all this would most effectively be categorized as a medium to medium-small sized backpack.

Uniquely the Energi+ includes a small cable or toiletry bag that is stylish and functional. A nice addition to what is shaping up to be a stellar backpack.

Overall for a bag of this size there is a ton of storage spaces. The myriad of pouches and zippers is just perfect and we applaud TYLT for going the extra mile here.

Below the removable cable/toiletry case is inserted as suggested and it should be noted that it does take up some space that could be used for other items. That being said, the case is removable and can be left out or put into another bag while traveling if desired.

The inside of the tablet pouch is completely line in faux blue fur. The pouch is not padded, but is safely ensconced in the very middle of the backpack. Both the original bulky iPad and the third generation iPad in the Apple case fit very comfortably into the tablet pouch. Noted is the stretchy black elastic cable routing loops in black here and in the upper left hand corner is the port to pass the cable through to the battery pack in the laptop compartment.

Finally the laptop and battery pack compartment completely zip flat which allow you to keep your laptop and iPad in the backpack when passing them through security at TSA checkpoints. The left side contains the battery pack and the initial elastic loops used to route cabling. Below I show routing the cable from the 2.1A port to the tablet pouch. The pass-through ports are distinctly blue, which makes routing and passing the cables easier in darker environments. The battery pack is fully removable, but can be charged and left in the pouch indefinitely if desired.

The battery pack sports a black on/off button and five blue LED lights to indicate the charged level. The battery pack holder is covered in neoprene to add some robust cushioning. It should be noted that when closed the battery pack will push against the screen of your laptop. The underside of the laptop should be facing your back while wearing, so if the inside of the laptop is heavily packed with dense materials and the top of your laptop is made of flimsy plastic, it is possible that the battery pack could apply some pressure. It is highly unlikely that this would cause any negative effects, but it is something to keep in mind.

The battery pack is covered in a rubberized material to ensure a good grip, but as you can see in the photo below does tend to be quite a finger print magnet. The battery has two 1A ports labeled iPod/Phone/Smartphones and one 2.1A port labeled iPad/Tablets/Smartphones. Finally there is a micro-USB input to charge the unit from a computer or a 2.5A tablet wall charger. Note that charging the battery pack from a 1A wall charger may take substantially more time than even charging the battery pack from most computers.

Finally the laptop compartment will comfortably accommodate laptops up to about 17”. It is nicely padded (even on the bottom) and contains the aforementioned blue faux-fur on the surface that would come in contact with the lid of your laptop’s screen. The surface that contacts the underside of your laptop is simply plain nylon. The compartment as a whole is not the most secure we have seen and a Razer Blade 2014 14” laptop was so small and thin that the Velcro strap designed to hold the laptop secure was not long enough (the loop portion on the padded surface) to hold the laptop securely. If I backed the strap off to the very last edge of the loop surface of the Velcro, I was able to keep the laptop from completely exiting the laptop enclosure if for some odd reason the backpack was dangled upside down while left open. A longer strip of loop Velcro would fix this issue and would be a welcome addition.


The TYLT Energi+ Power Backpack with built-in battery is an expertly crafted gadget that not only admirably functions as a tech laptop, tablet, phone and varied gadget bag, but also as a robust charging depot for all devices apart from the laptop. The bag was constructed with an attention to detail not often seen. There were very few stray threads and I was amazed to not find a single thread hanging off of a stitch on the entire backpack.

The ports and cable routing features along with the huge battery pack are key selling features here and I was please to find that they were not simply gimmicks, but perfectly functional features that ensure lovely cable routing and protective storage for your gadgets. The price at time of press on was $129.99 which represents a marked value considering the solid construction and the included removable 10,400mAh rechargeable Lithium Ion battery pack.

I would have liked to seen a brighter blue or perhaps neon colored fabric covering internal compartments to assist in easier detection of contents in darker areas like the floor of your cramped airline seat. Also, I was spoiled by the thick and comfortable padding along the surface of the backpack that contacts your back and wanted to find the same amount of cushioning on the straps themselves. That being said, these two minor gripes cannot even come close to detracting from the overall excellent impressions the TILT Energi+ Backpack made. This is a very high quality backpack with ample storage arranged with intelligent functionality always in mind and I am pleased to bestow the TILK Energi+ with our Editor’s Choice distinction.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Nice looking - but size matters March 12 2014
By RM - Published on
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I was looking forward to receiving this bag for the charging functionality. I was disappointed by the size. I'm a road warrior and along with laptop and tablet, have the usual noise canceling earphones, cables, etc. It adds up to significant bulk that this bag just couldn't fit the bill so I had to return it. It seemed to be made of quality construction, I did notice that the top handle was only sewn in and not secured with something more durable, my past experience is this type of handle will rip off over time. I gave it 3 stars, no reason to rip it. I'm sure it's a right fit for many, just not for me.