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- UNBEATABLE ACCESS: Grab your gear instantly. Open bag from either side via two weatherproof UltraZips, or from the top via the unique MagLatch hardware—lightning-fast, strong, and quiet (ideal for photographers).
- CUSTOMIZE YOUR SETUP: Three configurable FlexFold dividers let you organize and protect any type of gear. Dedicated sleeves for up to 15" laptop, tablet, or documents. Variety of internal pockets keep smaller items organized, safe, and easy to get to.
- EXPANDS TO FIT MORE: MagLatch hardware provides 3L internal expansion. Stowable external carry straps let you strap items to the outside of the bag. Stretchy external pockets for water bottles or tripods.
- ADAPTS TO YOUR NEEDS: Not just a camera bag, this everyday workhorse is designed to be the perfect travel backpack, laptop backpack, or commuter/work bag. Brilliantly adapts to any gear, lifestyle, or environment.
- LIFETIME GUARANTEE: It's our mission to make the best things. Not good, not great, but literally the best products in their respective categories. That is why every single Peak Design product comes with a no-hassle, no-rhetoric lifetime guarantee.
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The Everyday Backpack features 3 padded grab handles for upright or briefcase-style hand carry, and a luggage pass-through for easy and secure roller-top carry. Looping the external zippers through the external carry loops helps deter pick-pockets.
Widened top and side access allows better visualization and access to your gear. MagLatch hardware provides internal expansion. +3L on the 20L bag, +8L on the 30L bag.
External Dimensions Top Mag Latch - 22.3" x 8.3" x 11.8" | Bottom Mag Latch - 18.3" x 8.3" x 11.8"
Internal Dimensions Top Mag Latch - 22" x 6.3" x 11.2" | Bottom Mag Latch - 18" x 6.3" x 11.2"
- Product Dimensions : 8.3 x 11.8 x 18.3 inches; 4.15 Pounds
- Item model number : BEDB-20-BK-2_SML
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : November 25, 2019
- Manufacturer : Peak Design
- ASIN : B07ZTPS1L7
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #230,921 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry)
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They improved the shoulder straps (the V1 was quite uncomfortable).
The way the shoulder straps snap to the back with magnets when not in use is a nice touch, and something I wish every backpack had.
The materials are high quality.
Now the bad:
The maglatch is very finicky. It almost never snaps fully into place without a second effort.
The side pockets don’t open enough, you have to fold it over with some effort to get your stuff out.
The zippers are supposed to be better, but they’re a pain.
The internal side pockets are too loose.
Still no quick access pocket.
The luggage pass thru forces you to put the bag on its side.
The shoulder straps have no strap management! This is 2019, I don’t want the slack from my backpack straps dangling down to my waist.
The 20L feels like 15L. The laptop/documents compartment is still too small and tight. I use an iPad Pro 12.9 (3rd gen) and it felt tight. The 30L was better, but wish they had a 25L.
Doesn’t stand up on its own very well.
While the build quality is excellent and the improvements made to the bag are noticeable, I can't find this bag to be very useful for holding the following gear:
Sony A7R3 with the 24-105G mounted
Sony 100-300mm G Lens
Sony 16-35mm Lens
Surface Laptop 13
iPad Pro 11"
First, the horizontal camera and lens pocket system is flawed in that it is too rigid and requires the entire row to be at the same height. That means that if you have physically smaller lenses (the 16-35mm) than others, they are flying around and there is nothing really to protect them other than the divider padding. There is no padding at the ends of the rows (where the pockets open up to) so the lenses are potentially banging up against whatever is in the pockets. I tried setting up the rows where the bottom row held the 100-300mm lens and the row above it held the camera with the 24-105mm lens attached and the 16-35mm lens and just could not get the setup right in a way that I felt the gear was protected. Also, that combination required the camera to be inserted sideways rather than lens first due to the length of the lens. There was plenty of room width wise but the dividers only allow you to split the row in the specific places that Peak Design chose. Past those two rows, there aren't any other dividers so if you really want to carry another lens, it needs to be in the compartment above the rest of the camera gear which is segmented by the top divider from the second row. Overall, I could not find a way to hold a basic setup. Another issue that I found was that while the 100-300mm fit quite easily into the bottom row, it took away from the laptop pocket in the back. That meant that my ultra lightweight and thin Surface Laptop 13 could not fit comfortably in the laptop pocket which is also where there is an iPad pocket and a sunglass pocket. Once I shoved both the laptop and the iPad into their respective pockets, the zipper at the top was incredibly hard to close and the back of the backpack became very rigid.
Once I filled out the pockets with other items like a charger, memory card case, a couple of cables and a couple of batteries, it was clear that there wasn't a lot of room left for other essentials such as over the ears headphones, a book or snacks. The bag was extremely rigid at that point and it was hard to open up any of the zippers including the zippers to the side pockets which is the only way to get the camera and gear out. I believe that the main reason for this is due to the gear system that they use. I have the 30L as well and experienced the same issues as I described above. It is just a bigger bag but it is still not segmented correctly. I found a lot more luck in bags such as the MindShift Gear Backlight 26L Backpack where I can fit a lot more gear more securely and still fit my 15" Macbook Pro and iPad without any issues.
Top reviews from other countries
Comfortable, excellent design and it looks great too. Happy, happy, happy.
Die Magnetischen Verschlüsse sind der Hammer.
Das Laptop fach ist gut durchdacht, auch wenn die vorderste Tasche ein wenig schwer zu nutzen ist.
Das Interieur bietet aufgrund der verstellbaren Klett organizer viele Möglichkeiten.
Die seitlich Fächer sind Magnetisch, elastisch und groß genug für die meisten Thermoskannen
Tragekomfort ist für den Alltag Ok, jedoch nichts für längere Trips oder wandern, dafür sind die rotierenden Halterungen gut um im stehen die Seitlichen Reißverschlüsse zu öffnen.
Etwas Teurer, dafür durchdacht (4,7 Sterne)
On top of the poorly threaded straps the magnetic latch is made of anodized aluminum and the paint can easily be scratched off as you can see by the pictures, again haven't had this bag for more than a day and it's showing wear and tear of at least a year.
Ecco questo zaino mi sa che mi accompagnerà nelle mie avventure per anni !!
È uno zaino super (e il prezzo secondo me vale ogni singolo centesimo)
Io da quando ho scoperto peak design , è come se avessi scoperto l’america , è tutto perfetto.
Il mio consiglio??