This is an unboxing of my new Louis Vuitton District PM Men's Messenger Bag. The bag features Louis Vuitton's stunning Monogram Eclipse canvas. I also share my experiencing hunting down this elusive piece, and I compare it to my Damier Ebene District PM. Thank you for watching! Please Like and Subscribe to help keep my channel going!
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Thanks for the video. How has the quality held up.
I was going to buy a LV holdall but have heard some bad tales about LVs canvas quality; ie. that it's not worth the price point and that the quality has worsened in recent years?
This is a really great review, the monogram eclipse is a new classic and is perfect for a men's messenger bag! I wish the bag had a handle... only drawback vs a briefcase, which I tend to carry daily. Like + sub!
I see... I'm planning to buy preloved LV bags that are still in pristine condition and im gonna sell it in my country. I would like o sell it at a price where a buyer can't say NO and I get to keep a decent amount of profit 😎
Thanks btw. Nice video.
+4LVFans great vid as always!!! I recently bought one from an online seller that was made in France I just realized. Is that a bad sign that it may be fake or is this something that varies from bag to bag? thanks for your time!
John Bertot thank you! Some of the same model bags are made in Spain, France, or even the USA. I wouldn't think your bag is fake because it says made in France. But you could have it professionally authenticated just to be sure.
Hi Im currently see this same bag on the LV Website for 1,270, I was thinking to invest in this bag but I don't know if he worth the money after see a review that after 2 years start to break up, how u feel with the District PM?
Alpha West it really depends on which suits your lifestyle best. If you travel a lot, the Keepall is great. But if you don't, it might sit in your closet gathering dust. If you can see both in person at the boutique, that might help with the decision. My videos don't really do the bags justice. They are much more stunning in real life!
Alpha West hi, and thanks for commenting. I have two District PM's and both are holding up fine after 1 year. My bag collection is not typical, though, I don't think. But I still used both District bags at least 4 or 5 times a month. I think if you take care of the bag, and treat it like something that costs almost $1400, it should last a very long time. I am careful with my LV. If I want a bag to just toss around I have other bags for those days. Thanks for watching!! 😀
FYI - I try to reply to all questions related to my reviews, but YouTube doesn't always send me notifications. If I haven't replied in a few days, I'm not ignoring you, I probably didn't see your comment. Peace, love, and shiny things...
I saw this bag at eBay brand new but something was odd...
On the description it was
DAYTON REPORTER PM Damier Graphite N41408
But on one of the pictures I see that inside the bag there is a ticket with CA2116
Not the same as N41408
Is this okay?
jcax44 The bag is still in brand new condition, but I've only worn it a couple of times. By next year I'll be able to comment on its durability. I'll make a one year wear-and-tear video. Thanks for watching!
Fried Chicken Now thank you! I think the Newport Backpack is out of stock in Europe. Not showing up online. The Eclipse District PM is back in stock, though. I think you could get one - they were just in short supply at the end of summer. Cheers! 😎
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