- Product Dimensions: 19 x 12 x 11 inches ; 2.13 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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- ASIN: B019TTNVR6
- Item model number: 10000552
- Average Customer Review: 93 customer reviews
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Osprey Packs Nebula Daypack
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- Suspended mesh ventilated backpanel
- TSA airport approved security approved laptop sleeve
- Padded Laptop and Tablet Sleeve
- Blinker light attachment
- Front panel organization pocket
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The Nebula offers durable fabrics, contemporary aesthetics in a comfortable package fit for everyday use. Featuring a TSA airport approved laptop sleeve, multiple internal and external organization pockets, a large main compartment and a cozy padded harness to keep everything you need organized and accessible for work, school, travel and more.
Color: Armor Grey
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The one thing I really look for above all else is a pack's weight distribution. Osprey has really done well in this respect. I also have the Daylite and they both feel very comfortable. A filled Nebula pack is comfortable and seems to rest further up your back. I just brought it on a flight from Boston to Chicago. I had no problem getting it through security and didn't wear me down on the walk to the gate.
I've had a lot of bags over the years. This is the best one yet and I expect to get many years out of it. Osprey has a lifetime warranty so that's helpful. Hopefully, I'll never have to use it.
I have a couple of gripes. The strap material is a little abrasive, so if you are wearing a tank top or are shirtless they might rub your skin. Also the top 3 little pocket in the organization panel seem useful, but when the bag is laid down the contents have a tendancy to slide out. Not a huge deal, but zippers or velcro to keep them closed might be nice. Also the bottom fabric does not seem super strudy, so we will have to see how those hold up.
Aside from that this is an awesome bag. I returned the Farpoint 40 and got this one and I do not regret it at all.
Within the larger compartments are several smaller pockets, some of which can be zipped closed.
The zippers seem to be stronger and more durable than on most backpacks.
Overall, I think the design is excellent.
The only downfall I had with the pack was my back was COVERED in sweat. There is pretty much no room for air between the bag and your back. The rest of me was fine but my back was not fine. Obviously, this is not a hiking backpack, so I can't blame the pack for that. I would still recommend this pack for casual hikes, day-to-day usage, traveling, etc.
Update July 7th. Seriously I am digging this backpack. I use it for work and I'm considering getting another one to use as either a get home bag or a bug out bag. I finally have a backpack I can trust. I can put two 15" laptops in it, along with many other items and I can't seem to make this thing complain about too much weight. I literally use just one over the shoulder strap, so that should at least make it give, or tear, but it doesn't. This is a good company and this is a good backpack. I am a believer.