Briefcase Shopping

Do you have a worn briefcase?  Do you have a lawyer, doctor, businessman or office worker in your family or circle of friends? 

If so, has one item every business-minded person would love – a high-quality briefcase.

This briefcase measures 16.3 x 11.8 x 4.7 inches and  has a BIN of $2,250. Why so high? This is no “ordinary” briefcase. This is a brand name briefcase and it comes with some extra special features. For example, in addition to the top handle, it includes an adjustable textile shoulder strap. The exterior is made with 100 percent top-grain leather and has a zip closure.  It has 3 interior flat pockets and it even comes with an elegant dust bag for storage. 

That might be some of the reasons several previous winners describe this briefcase as “classy.” 

Based on 296 customer reviews, this briefcase received an overall rating of 4.87 out of a possible 5.0 and that’s outstanding. That also tells us this briefcase goes up for auction fairly often. Therefore, if we do not win it the first time, we will have many more opportunities. So far, some of the best deals DealDash shoppers recently won are:

  • March 3, this briefcase sold at $7.28 and the winner paid a total of $15.28 including the cost of the 40 bids placed;
  • March 3, again this briefcase sold at an extremely low cost of only $6.98 and the winner paid a total of $39.58 including the cost of the 163 bids placed;
  • March 8, this briefcase sold at $6.81 and the winner paid a total of $48.81 including the cost of the 210 bids placed. 

This auction product is such a popular item shoppers are limited to one per customer to give more customers an opportunity to win it.

A brief history of briefcases

According to my research, “briefcases were associated with white collar professionals who used them to carry important documents from home to the office. In fact, the name briefcase came about because lawyers used them to carry court documents known as briefs.”

Over recent years of high technology phones and other devices, the use of briefcases has declined. However, lawyers are still one of the most common groups of professionals who still use briefcases because they often need to carry large amounts of paperwork to and from court hearings and meetings.

Square, boxy briefcases were popular in the 50s and 60s. Then in the 70s and 80s, leading designers created more slim and sophisticated leather bags. It is believed that briefcases will continue to be used for many years to come because they help make people appear to be in the “upscale their fashion game and look urbane.” 

The bottom line

Serious business professionals do not want to repeatedly purchase new bags.
They want a lasting solution and the high-quality briefcase auction item on DealDash might very well be the answer.

This sponsored blog post was submitted by: Barbara L. Sellers. Barbara was compensated by DealDash for this blog post. Blog posts are written by real DealDash customers. The opinions and advice here represent our customers’ views and not those of the company.