Think Tank rotation360 Backpack

Tim Øsleby ti-oes at online.no
Sat Jan 13 20:26:23 EST 2007


It weights 2,5 kg. That's 1 kg too much for a medium sized backpack IMO.
Cheap me finds it a bit too expensive. 

But I kind of like the basic idea, a combination of a sling pack and regular
backpack. 


Tim
Mostly harmless (just plain Norwegian)
 

-----Original Message-----
From: pdml-bounces at pdml.net [mailto:pdml-bounces at pdml.net] On Behalf Of
Godfrey DiGiorgi
Sent: 13. januar 2007 23:37
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Subject: Re: Think Tank rotation360 Backpack


On Jan 13, 2007, at 2:05 AM, Cotty wrote:

>> Is this half as cool as it looks?
>> http://www.robgalbraith.com/bins/content_page.asp?cid=7-7901-8687
>
> Looks gimmicky to me. The best bags IMO are the simplest, most hard-
> wearing with the least amount of bits of black strap dangling
> everywhere. Even on some of my Lowe-Pros I cut them off.

I agree: it sure does look gimmicky, and a lot of bulk too.

I'm looking at one of the Kata Sensitivity-V backpacks. It's a slim,  
simple design that I've tested to fit the gear I normally carry, much  
slimmer by far than the LowePro CompuTrekker AW that I've had for   
transporting gear since 2003. Carry laptop, camera kit and my usual  
range of small junk without a hitch, double-duty for carrying  
portfolios and stuff too. Less fatiguing than the Timbuk2 for a heavy  
kit and a long day out walking.

G


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