Gamers aren’t Apple users. They don’t go for the clean, white, Wall-E future look. That said, while they might not agree with which mouse mat is the best, there are a few style points that gamers almost universally agree on. Black is cool and it contrasts well with red.
For that reason alone TTesports start off on the right foot with the Battle Dragon, because it is indeed, black, with red interior and features.
The bag is very light without anything in it which is good, and the quality of the material and stitching is also pretty top notch. There’s no extra thread hanging loose anywhere.
All material used appears to be synthetic, so it’s not the softest, inside or out, but it should be reasonably rugged.
All the handles are chunky and made of this thick, rubbery plastic which makes them damage resistant and large enough to get a good hand hold of. Again they’re built well.
The zips are similarly chunky and easy to grab. I did have an issue with a couple of them getting stuck, but reaching inside and shifting whatever they snagged on quickly fixed this.
The logo is supposed to be a dragon but it looks more like an abstract tribal tatoo if you ask me.
The top section features these big clips to held draw in the bag if you’ve overloaded it. This is a great solution instead of making you sit on it.
The interior is padded quite well, with each pocket being seperated by different layers of protection. There’s no hardback to anything though. This of course means each pocket is stretchable, but I worry about the protection of exterior pockets.