I'm not going to do an in depth review of the KR Multicase itself this time round but might in future if Ben tells me to. In short however here is half of my KR Multicases:
When it came to packing for Prague, I found I had a problem: I wanted to keep my army in hand luggage to ensure no one decided to re-enact Jonny Wilkinson scoring the World Cup winning drop goal against Austrailia in the 2003 Rugby World Cup Final, however the bag exactly filled my hand luggage sized suitcase. I therefore decided to really put the bag through it's paces and took it as my hand luggage. The fact that it survived the journey and is still in good nick is a massive plus for durability. Particular positives are the heavy duty handle and strap (with rotating clip so no annoying twisted straps):
Next up are the two front pockets, these are excellently sized for the mini FOW rule book and an artillery template as well as an ebook reader, hipflask full of whisky and all sorts of other gubbins:
A brief pros and cons in case you are wondering if it will meet your specific needs:
-Hand luggage sized
-Survived a whole trip to Prague with a drunken scotsman
-Managed to hold all my hand luggage as well as my army
-space for whisky
-seems custom built for FoW particularly the front pockets exactly fitting a rule book and templates
-easy to put your name on
-space for whisky
-easily holds an army book (including the hard back big ones)
-sturdy construction and handles
-rotating strap clip so you don't get an annoying twisted strap (seriously you have no idea how much I like this)
-room for whisky
-multiple pockets including more secret ones for holding documents. Also means you don't accidentally get out and lose your passport when you are pulling out your army list.
-room for whisky.
-Doesn't fit in hand luggage sized suitcase
-Whisky has to be in a hipflask, a full bottle makes it bulgy and uncomfortable to carry around
So in summary, this is a great bag and could only be improved with the addition of a pocket shaped for a 750ml bottle of single malt whisky.