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Sky High Gear Freedom VII Flight Bag


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Sky High Gear Freedom VII Flight Bag

Freedom VII is the flight bag for those who want to pack light for a short day flight or a CFI who needs just the minimum requirements for a lesson. This flight bag comes with Sky High's patent pending CoPilot feature. This allows you to organize 4 Sectional Charts, extra batteries and other miscellaneous equipment. The main compartment has plenty of room for a headset or two 2" Jeppesen chart binders with a pocket on the back for your kneeboard, A/FD or other materials. Constructed with durable ballistic nylon for excellent wear. 

If you need a small flight bag this is the bag for you.

Choose either All Black, Black with Navy, Black with Green, or Black with Red accents.

Features:

  • Roomy 13.5 X 9.5 X 5.5"
  • Exterior of tough 1680D Dual Strand ballistic nylon
  • Interior lined with 100 strand 420D nylon
  • Constructed with 3/8" closed cell foam for better protection
  • Padded PDA/E6B calculator pocket
  • Mesh pocket to hold miscellaneous items
  • External pocket for kneeboard
  • 5 external slots for Pens/Mini Mag flashlight
  • External handheld radio padded pocket
  • CoPilot feature for organizing up to 4 TAC's, WAC's or sectionals
  • 1 headset or two 2" Jeppesen Chart binders
  • 4 AA or AAA battery elastics to keep batteries readily available and easy to reach
  • Key fob to keep keys close and easy to retrieve
  • Protective pads on bottom to prevent wear
  • High strength dual action swivel hardware
  • Self-healing zippers
  • Water resistant coatings
  • High count stitching

 

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Customer Reviews For Sky High Gear Freedom VII Flight Bag:
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Wednesday, July 30, 2014
by robert from Paso Robles CA USA 
Review: Wonderful...serves my needs.
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Friday, December 27, 2013
Great Product
by Ryan from Detroit MI USA 

Pros: Well made
Cons: None
Review: This product is well made and has plenty of compartments. If anything it has too many compartments. Very good bag though
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Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Too small for me...
by Glenn from Warren VT USA 

Pros: Modest price, small size, decent construction
Cons: Too small for much use
Review: There was nothing really wrong with the bag or its construction, but just too small for my liking. I could have stuffed my headset in the center compartment, but then it would have been clunking around with all my other junk - so not suitable for that. And just barely big enough to fit my iPad in. The bag now sits in the corner and collects dust, since I didn't wait too long to upgrade to a larger bag.
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Monday, October 28, 2013
does its job
by A Customer from Milford MI USA 

Pros: compact, excellent for student pilot
Cons: once you need more tools/charts, you will need a bigger bag
Review: As a student pilot I think it is very good.  I am able to fit the basics in there, I don't need much. It does the job perfectly.
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Friday, August 09, 2013
I would buy again.
by A Customer from Newton IA USA 

Pros: well built, compact size
Cons: could be just a touch larger to fit an ipad with cover more easily
Review: I received as a gift. I have been very happy with it.
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Tuesday, May 07, 2013
Tough little bag
by William from Lakewood CA USA 

Pros: Compact and rugged
Cons: The front zippered pouch is kind of useless
Review: The bag is exactly what it says it is, its big enough to carry what you need but small enough not to look like your bringing your entire aviation library with you on every flight. The bag doesnt have a dedicated fuel tester pocket but it will hold 2 water bottles, or one water bottle and a fuel tester, problem solved. If you want to get your kneeboard and headphones in this bag then this is not the bag for you. The contruction of the bag is great, no tearing or ripping at all. My bag holds the following, end pockets; water bottle, fuel tester, pens, pencils. Front pouch; small note pad, extra checklist, id badge. Rear zippered pouch; nag logs, flight plans & calculator. Main compartment; ipad, jepp syllabus, A/FD, PTS, visualized flight maneuvers, private oral exam, log book, piper information manuel, 1 sec., 1 tac., small bag Doritos & a pack of gum. Would have gave it 5 stars but the zippered pouch just doesnt make a lot of sence, not a major complaint though.
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Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Just the right size
by john from velma OK USA 

Review: Perfect size for student pilot. Has pockets for batteries for your headset in easy reach.Really helped to organize my cockpit.
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Wednesday, January 16, 2013
A great product for the money
by Steve from Waxhaw NC USA 

Review: Was surprised on how well made this product was and how it is able to hold everything I need.
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Tuesday, September 18, 2012
This bag fits the bill
by Chuck from Martinsville IN USA 

Review: A bit small to fit my headset. Could be improved my adding an sleeve/pocket on the inside of the bag for an iPad, but overall suits my needs for charts, checklists, mini survival kit, etc.
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Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Would recommend
by Melissa from Hatfield MA USA 

Review: Perfect bag for my husband who is a student pilot. Fits his log book, maps, knee board, head set, pens, and mini flashlight. Nice and compact.
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Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Good Start
by Gary from Westborough MA USA 

Pros: Small, compact, well made.
Cons: Needs to be about 1" longer to easily fit a protractor.
Review: Good initial flight bag for a student pilot, room for headset, logbook, E6B calculator, sectionals, flashlight, small notebook, pens, pencils, etc. I even carry my iPad with me in the center section. Plus someplace to stow my keys instead of my pocket. I actually use the radio pouch to carry my Gats fuel jar strainer as I don't have a portable radio yet. Plus a couple of rags for checking oil and fuel.
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Thursday, April 26, 2012
This was a good buy
by KARLA from GREENWOOD IN USA 

Pros: A moveable divider in the inside compartment would be nice.
Review: Very happy with the flight bag. I loved the outside pocket for quick, easy access.
I added a small piece of soft foam to the inside compartment, otherwise my headset would have rocked back and forth on the wires.

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Tuesday, March 13, 2012
My search is over
by Indo-Pilot from Indonesia 

Pros: Genius battery holders, small but enough for your daily needs, good build quality, awesome but maybe unintentional pad-holder on the side
Cons: Maybe an inch to short for some of the bigger headset cases, chart pocket can be a bit fiddly
Review: I've had a few bags in my student pilot and CFI days, but after getting this one, I've never had to look again for a flight bag.
It served well for me as a CFI, and I could easily always carry the local maps, and the inside fit my headset and approach plate pad.
You can use the long outside pocket for your kneeboard (as intended), however I use it for my tablet these days, and it fits like a glove. Just perfect if you have an iPad or android tablet up to about 10 inches in size.
The small rounder pickets easily fit a medium sized maglite and pens, but if you own one of the bigger flashlights like a surefire or something like that, it easily fits in the bigger side pocket (which I use for my sunglasses and water bottle).
Right now I fly bushplanes in Indonesia, and this fits everything that I need.
Only real problem I can think of would be that it is slightly to small to fit some of the smaller headset cases. I can fit an older Zulu1 case in it with lots of extra room, but the new cases by Zulu don't fit, so you would have to put your headset in there without its case.
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Monday, February 27, 2012
Great bag for local flights.
by A Customer from Hillsborough, Calif. 

Pros: Plenty of places to store things from headset to charts, log book, afd, zaon mrxa, knee board, checklists, etc.
Review: Right size bag for a day trip or $100 hambuger flight. Nice looking bag in all black. Fits more than expected.
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Tuesday, February 21, 2012
I would buy this product again
by Ronan from Ireland 

Pros: Durable, light and it's the perfect size
Cons: A few more pockets on the outside would be nice but not essential
Review: Great product does exactly what I need it to! well made and a great size.
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Tuesday, February 14, 2012
A strong little bag
by Jerry from Tuscaloosa AL USA 

Pros: Well Made, Strong Bag
Cons: Will hold 1 set of headphones and some charts.
Review: I like this bag. It is well made. It's small size lets me save room in the cabin.
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Wednesday, February 08, 2012
Perfect for Instructor use
by Ian from Edina MN USA 

Pros: Easy access with multiple pockets
Review: Well suited for the more minimal needs of instructors.
Plenty of pockets and comfortable to carry.
Was the perfect solution for my daughter who is CFI & CFII and not wanting to haul around "all" her normal baggage when instructing.
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Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Perfect fit for CfI and daytrips
by Desert Lei from Tucson AZ USA 

Pros: Fits my huge logbook. charts kneeboard, gloves, AFD water,etc
Cons: Wish there were more color combo choices. Also 2 water bottle type holders. I use one for water the other for my transreceivor.
Review: This is the perfect size for me-it also fits my Quiet Tech headset. I love this bag, handy size for day trips and teaching. Fits right now: FAR AIM, AFD, Pro logbook, Headset, Waterbottle, gloves, charts, pens and IDs licenses and snacks.
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Monday, November 28, 2011
Great Bag...just a bit small
by A Customer from Temecula, CA 

Pros: Quality, Size, Compartments
Review: Love the bag...it is just a bit too small. I am going to return it for the Voyager.
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Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Great little bag!!!
by John Murphy from Los Angeles, CA 

Pros: Small in size. Carries just the items you need. Perfect for airplane owner or short trips.
Cons: Can be too small for some pilots.
Review: When I began flying, I started out with a Jeppesen captains bag where I could carry everything including the kitchen sink. I would bring along headsets for me and passenger, books, charts, kneeboard, food, FAR/AIM, etc. Now that I own my own plane, most things like headsets, kneeboards, etc. stay in the plane, and this is a great bag for someone in a similar situation. I am able to carry only the things that get updated/charged and it works perfectly. It holds my logbook, charts/plates, AFD, portable radio, and is light and easy to carry around from home to plane.
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Monday, August 22, 2011
Excellent Short Flight Bag
by Michael from Tampa FL USA 

Pros: Price and Functionality
Cons: Short strap and velcro. Needs to be snaps.
Review: This bag holds my headset, charts, knee board, sun glasses, flashlight, pens and paper. Also extra space for insurance cards, phone and flight computer in the front compartment. Good padding in the bag which provides protection for your gear. Comfortable shoulder strap which is easily adjustable, although the strap is a little short for those over 6 feet tall.
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Thursday, July 14, 2011
Solid Product
by ICC from MA USA 

Review: I really like how it looks. It carries comfortably even when stuffed full of student books. Has room for everything you need. Only thing I would like is to have a better spot to put my fuel tester than somewhere loose in the front or main pocket of my bag. GREAT bag though. Definitely recommended
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Wednesday, June 29, 2011
Minimum Equipment
by A Customer from Al Ain, UAE 

Pros: good quality construction
Cons: small, only minimum items can be stuffed in it
Review: Small, but useful. not too much extra room for anything.
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Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Great little bag
by A Customer from San Jose CA USA 

Pros: Compact, but just the right size.
Cons: If only it was a little bit wider
Review: If you are just a 2-3hr flight and back to home base flyer, this is the bag for you. 1 headset, kneeboard, sunglass case, and a rag is all that I can carry in the main case. The side area holds 2-3 charts, E6B, and small stuff like flashlight and spare batteries.
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Thursday, May 19, 2011
Good first bag
by michal from santa fe NM USA 

Pros: Practical bag for good price
Cons: none
Review: I am a student pilot and this is my first bag.  It fits all the stuff I need.  I am very pleased with it.  Lightweight and practical.
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Monday, May 09, 2011
Good basic flight bag
by Lou from Saint Augustine FL USA 

Pros: Good value for the price.
Review: This is a nice basic flight bag. Good value for the price. Pretty much serves my needs. On a long cross country you may consider a more robust bag. For simple local flights and short trips this is ideal.
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Monday, March 14, 2011
Exactly what I expected
by Joshua from Saint Joseph MI USA 

Pros: Compact
Cons: Side flip pouch cant really anything but paper
Review: First thoughts.......bag looks good!  Nice and compact.  I am able to fit: Headset. Professional logbook. Kneeboard. And iPad. Two pairs of gloves, hat, flashlight, and watch all in the large center pocket. The rest of the bag fits plenty of knick knacks.
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Saturday, March 12, 2011
Good size for jump in and go flying, so-so construction
by A Customer from Hillsboro OR USA 

Pros: Good size
Cons: Manufacturing needs extra QA
Review: I like the size of the bag. For me, compact is always better (especially flying in a 150). Plenty enough room for headset and other small gear in the main compartment. Probably enough room for FAR/AIM too. Rear side pouch is good for carrying your log. Pocket and key lanyard in the fold out "deck" area is good. Things don't come out of it when flying in rough weather which is nice.
While not the first "purpose built" bag I've ever bought... I've seen better. Mine could have used a bit better workmanship. The velcro on the handle started to tear away from the stitching after flight #2. I notice the quick release straps across the fold out deck are stitched on somewhat crooked making it difficult to strap together when I have a more bulky items in it. It does an OK job for my purpose.
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Friday, March 04, 2011
good
by A Customer from Hockley TX USA 

Review: Just the right size for my student flights.
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Friday, January 21, 2011
by William from New Bern NC USA 
Review: I've used the small flight bag for two months now and have found it perfect in every way. The transceiver pocket is just right for my Sporty's A200 plus an extra battery pack. The large interior easily accommodates two David Clark headsets, gloves, GATS cup, and Snickers bar. The outer pockets are adequate for logbook, charts, and AFD.

My only suggestion would be a clear pocket on top which can be detached and used to hold a chart, flight plan, clearances, or approach plate. A Velcro strap could be attachable so it could double as a knee board.

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Tuesday, January 04, 2011
the product is smaller than I thought
by Saul from Caracas- Venezuela 

Review: Is of good quality and it is appropriate for now to my need.
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Tuesday, January 04, 2011
by Jerry from Fremont OH USA 
Review: The bag is well constructed and has many pockets to store things you need. However I wish I had paid more attention to the size. Is like anything else you never have enough space. Since I got a new head set I have to carry another bag to accomadate everthing. Overhaul good product.
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Wednesday, December 08, 2010
Great bag for the working CFI
by FlyinBrian from Holtsville NY USA 

Pros: Small size makes its perfect for short hops when you only need the essentials.
Cons: None
Review: This bag is super strong. Looks good. Doesn't have a plethora of useless pouches and pockets. I like the construction and its relatively small size. It works perfect for me as a CFI to throw my headset, a pair of foggles, some essential charts, along with lunch and a beverage!
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Monday, November 08, 2010
by Ryan from beaverton OR USA 
Pros: Lots of pockets, holds everything
Cons: Strap broke a week into owning it
Review:
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Wednesday, October 20, 2010
holds every thing i need
by Ethan from Fairhope AL USA 

Pros: just the right size
Review: I use it to hold my flight stuff and camera.  Works great.
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Thursday, October 07, 2010
Perfect
by A Customer from Georgia 

Pros: Small, quality construction, perfect for small planes
Cons: Just a little too short in length, needs a place just to clip stuff too
Review: Needed a small bag for flying Diamonds and this one is just about perfect. The only thing I would change is to make it about 1 inch longer to fit my plotter in better.
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Tuesday, October 05, 2010
Great bag
by dawnne from tampa FL USA 

Pros: Holds everything, great organization!
Cons: None
Review: Met expectations...great bag for the price. Received several compliments!
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Wednesday, July 07, 2010
I would buy this bag again.
by Thomas from North Hills, CA 

Pros: Compact size.
Cons: No pocket specific for fuel tester.
Review: First bag. Student Pilot. Feels well made. Has enough space for what I need to carry. (headset, logbook, charts, kneeboard, fuel tester)
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Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Nice and compact
by Carol from New River AZ USA 

Pros: compact. very handy.
Cons: plotter doesn't fit without bending
Review: Nice compact flight bag to tuck under the seat of an R22 helicopter. It fits all the necessary stuff for a short cross country or day flight.
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Monday, May 24, 2010
Perfect size
by Greg from Scottsdale AZ USA 

Pros: Priced well and manufactured well
Cons: None
Review: Nice size flight bag not to small not to big. Everything works good on the bag and it fits all my student books and instruments nicely. I don't have a headset yet but imagine you would need to carry that seperately.
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Saturday, May 01, 2010
Great for CFI's
by A Customer from New Smyrna Beach FL USA 

Pros: Small and Practical
Cons: Non yet .
Review: Everything for lessons fits in the bag.My ZULU heaset, plates, sectionals, and snacks.  It even fits a bottle of water on the end pocket.
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Friday, January 29, 2010
Poor Quality
by A Customer from Andover KS USA 

Pros: It's compact and light
Cons: Quality is poor
Review: Handle broke within a couple weeks and I didn't have that much loaded into the bag. 2 sectionals, an AFD, a kneeboard, and a flashlight.
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Monday, December 07, 2009
Perfect for light sport flying
by Russ from Colorado 

Pros: Great for light sport flying, price
Cons: Be cool to see one in leather
Review: Was flying 172's with larger bag then started flying light sport. This bag is perfect for holding everything a common pilot would want to carry on a day or weekend trip. Fits out of the way in the light sports when flying two people or just toss on right seat when solo and it stays put.
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Thursday, September 10, 2009
A good flight bag
by Alejandro from Guatemala City, GT 

Review: Small but good space inside.
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Friday, August 07, 2009
by Joanne from Falls Creek PA USA 
Pros: nice designe
Cons: a little small
Review: great product....just needs to be a little bigger.
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Sunday, July 26, 2009
Just Great
by Bill from Atascadero CA USA 

Pros: Versitility
Cons: None. But description is not exactly accurate in my opinion.
Review: My only issue with this Flight Bag is that my ASA CP-R Plotter does not fit inside. It is about 1" too long to fit inside without bending. The adjustable pocket on the outside will hold all sorts of items. Radio, Glasses Case, Travel Mug. Although it would be better if the strap over the top was removable. It can get in the way of larger items. The zip-up fold-out clipped side pocket (CoPilot) does not fit together perfectly, but clips are there to hold it all together. The description says it will hold 4 sectionals (two in each of two pocket). Good luck getting two in there, as the sectionals are just longer than the pocket (which can get in the way of the zipper), and putting two in one pocket is quite a thickness stretch. Plenty of room inside the large compartment for Headset, Books, Kneeboard. A zipper on each side for a wide opening. The AA or AAA elastic battery storage as described in the description are useless. But they work well for pen holders. External pocket is not for kneeboard as described, but works well for holding papers especially when folded in half. Would be nice if the mesh pocket had a zipper or snap or velcro to keep it closed. As is, there is not way to optionally secure items inside. Key fob should be inside main pocket, not in the CoPilot fold out area. It does, however reach to the mesh pocket, so that helps with the loose strap. The shoulder strap has a curved section to contour your shoulder as well having a bit of a nonslip texture. I would recommend this bag for anyone looking for a smaller bag or one for students.
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Monday, April 20, 2009
Sky High Gear Freedom VII Flight Bag
by A Customer from US of A 

Review: Bought this bag for my son who is learning to fly. He says it meets his needs exactly. Very small and light but holds all the stuff he needs.
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Friday, March 20, 2009
Good student flight bag
by Christoffer from Titusville FL USA 

Pros: Compact with plenty of compartments
Cons: Build quaility could have been better, but certainly not the worst
Review: I'm gonna do make this a short review: Its is a very good bag if you are a student pilot. I house my headset, gloves, kneeboard, sunglasses and pens. With a little room to spare. Not the worlds best build quality, but if you dont mess around with it, it will last you your student time. Good product.
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Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Great little flight bag.
by David from Paragould AR USA 

Pros: Light , well built , roomy.
Cons: I would like it better if it were an inch or so longer.
Review: This flight bag is very light and sturdy and roomy for just enough for needed equipment such as E6-B flight computer, plotter, charts, pens, calculator and yes my reading glasses, certainly a must if you are looking for a medium size flight bag then look no further.
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Friday, January 09, 2009
Spacious inside and out.
by Derrick from Palm Bay FL USA 

Pros: It is exactly as advertised, and the shoulder strap doesnt hurt.
Cons: It doesn't cure the common cold.
Review: The bag is as advertised, plenty of room for a light day's worth of gear, holds your headset and some sectionals and a POH with room to spare for assorted other tools and items of need. Oh, and the price is quite nice too, I'm happy with it.
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Tuesday, June 17, 2008
Great little bag
by Rudy Ackerman from Houston, TX 

Pros: Great price point, good size so I carry only what I need
Review:

I have had mine for about a year now. It's holding up great. I'm able to get the following in the bag;

Inside
Bose Head set
Garmin 296 and ext ant.
airport/facility guide
Log book in a large holder
EB6
Plotter

In the large pocket
Icon A24 radio
Smith and Wesson red/white led flash light
Sunglasses and case

In the little pockets at other end
Mini max light
2 highlighters
several pens

Large pocket on side
ASA VFR kneeboard
2 or 3 sectionals

Fold out pocket
8 AA batteries
couple more pens
3 charts
2 barf bags
plug thing to connect headset in to radio


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Monday, April 21, 2008
I would NOT recommend this to anyone
by James from Ft. Lauderdale, FL 

Pros: Looks nice, very compact.
Cons: Falls apart easily.
Review: This would be a great bag if it did not fall apart. Within a month of having it, one of the zippers came unattached, so only one side would zip up. It says it has "self healing zippers", but they definitely did not heal themselves. Also, one of the handles came unstitched, so now when I carry it I look like a poor man, (what pilots not though, lol). So overall it looks great when it's new, but it just was not made with durability in mind.
[Editor Note:  We are very sorry to hear about the problems with your bag.  This is unusual for the Sky High Bag.  The manufacturer does have a "No Questions Asked 1 Year Warranty" on all of their bags and will be happy to replace it for you.  Just give them a call at 801.390.5501.]
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Wednesday, March 19, 2008
by David from Tampa FL USA 
Pros: compact size
Cons: headphones get crammed into same compartment as rest of gear
Review: Decent "day bag" - needs a separate compartment for headphones.
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Monday, February 18, 2008
Perfect size for me
by Mark from Manchester, NH 

Pros: Small size, rugged construction
Cons: Needs a better flashlight pocket
Review: I fly a PC-12, and this bag fits perfectly underneath my seat, and holds everything I need to survive 14 hour days. I can fit my Lightspeed Zulu case, a clif bar or two, a small clipboard, spare batteries, Mini-Maglight, and a few other odds and ends. The only change I'd like to see is a pocket for the Mini-Maglight that is a little more secure.
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Thursday, February 14, 2008
by gary from tampa FL USA 
Review: Fits my needs for me at this time.
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Tuesday, January 15, 2008
by Fitz from Marietta, GA 
Review: Great bag perfect for everyday use. Little small but it fits a set of headsets in tightly. Keeps all my things, has a very good spot for your log book and pens and pins. Also a Flashlight case very good. But all in all it has enough space to go on a day flight.
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Monday, January 14, 2008
LOVE this bag
by Allen from Smyrna, TN 

Pros: Lots of pockets, just the right size
Cons: Needs a dedicated fuel tester/maglite sleeve
Review: When I first received the bag I thought it was too small but as I began cramming what I needed into it, it turned out to be the perfect size. I can keep sectionals, approach plates, a handheld GPS, A/FD, fuel tester, kneeboard, pens, pencils, flashlights, handheld radio, E6B (both manual and electronic), utility knife, and spare batteries. I would describe this as the perfect bag for CFIs. Honestly might be too small for those who intend to carry books.
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Tuesday, December 04, 2007
Perfect for a Super, I Mean, Student Pilot
by Kristen Soliz from Texas State Technical College, Waco 

Pros: Spacious enough for all materials a student pilot needs.
Cons: A little lacking in the interior's length.
Review: It's not as large as the Discovery Flight Bag, but big enough to fit in all the things a fledgling pilot would be carrying around: Charts, a log book, pair of headsets, a knee board, one of those paper e6bs and a smaller plotter, pens, pencils, flashlight, and the airplane's PIH for the model of aircraft one's flying. As a SP talking to other SPs, I would recommend this definitely over one of those really expensive leather Jeppessen bags, or even one of their less expensive synthetic material flight bags.
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Friday, October 26, 2007
Very good buy
by Donald from College Station TX USA 

Review: [Black] Does exactly what was needed. Recommend it.
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Friday, October 12, 2007
Great bag for a leisurely flight
by LSA Chris from Longmont CO USA 

Pros: Small enough to be convenient, large enough to hold the basics
Cons: If you insist on bringing your FAR/AIM book, plan on carrying it seperately
Review: Being a student pilot, I didn't want to haul around a captain's bag every time I went to fly. This bag is great for holding all the basics, however I just received my new FAR/AIM book and it will not fit inside. Flying Light Sport Aircraft, it's just small enough to fit in the "baggage compartments" behind the seat, but big enough to hold my headset, charts and tranceiver (if I had one!) along with pens flashlights etc…
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Sunday, August 05, 2007
Fair value, met my use
by Larry from Titusville, PA 

Pros: Nice size and protective bag
Cons: Side pocket a little excessive and not user friendly
Review: Nice little bag for carrying essentials for a sole flight so that you don't have a lot of extraneous material in the way - especially on an IFR flight. Has a extra pocket that is a little hard to utilize the way it folds out, but I still like the size
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Monday, April 09, 2007
I would NOT by this bag if you are looking for durability
by CFI in Charlotte from Charlotte, NC 

Pros: Nice size for a CFI bag
Cons: Poor quality. Won't hold up to daily usage.
Review: My bag is less than 1 year old and one of the handle straps broke off. I have other bags older that 5 years old and still are holding up. I would not recommend purchasing this flight bag.

Editors note: We are sorry about the problem that you had with your bag. Please note that this would be covered under the manufacturer warranty and they will either repair or replace the bag at no cost. You can reach them at 801-390-5501.
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Friday, March 09, 2007
by A Customer from Sacramento, CA 
Pros: storage space, and organization
Cons: velcro handles
Review: This bag holds all the equipment I need. It fits my headset, AFDs, extra charts, log book, pens/pencils, fuel tester, flashlight, extra batteries, and maybe an e6b and plotter, but anything more would most likely not fit. I can tuck my knee board in the side pocket, but it makes the bag pretty tight. One thing I dislike, is the velcro on the handle, it makes it hard to get my headset out on a windy day when one hand is holding the door during preflight. But other than that, it is well made, durable, and nicely featured.
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Monday, February 05, 2007
by from Chicago, IL 
Review: Nice size bag, works very well.
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Monday, January 22, 2007
by A Customer from Colorado 
Pros: Size and layout are great
Cons: Low quality zippers
Review: Great CFI bag or for short day hops. Layout and size are perfect. Only drawback is the zippers are finicky and easily get off track if not closed with great care.
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Previous Customer Questions For Sky High Gear Freedom VII Flight Bag:
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On Tuesday, July 03, 2012 a customer asked:
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Will an iPad fit in this bag and will it close with iPad inside?
A: Yes this bag will allow an iPad to fit inside the center section and still close.

On Saturday, November 20, 2010 a customer asked:
Q:
will bag hold one headset and a Garmin with power supplies
A: Yes, it should fit a standard headset and most of the portable Garmin GPS units.  If you're talking about the Garmin 695 or 696, it's probably not going to fit.  But, any of the "brick" type shapes should fit in there snugly.


 
Manufacturer Part Numbers: SH-0500-BK

 

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