Brand new - HP Branded Laptop Rucksack (up to 15.4 inch) - HotUKDeals
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HP Branded Laptop Rucksack Brand New £4.99

Oli gave me this bag and asked me to write about what I thought of it, now after looking at this bag and actually trying it, I am going to tell you exactly what I think of this bag. But before I do Im going to go over this bag a little first. Its a rucksack designed by HP to carry up to a 15.4 laptop, it has a big front pouch and a mobile phone holder on the front strap. Its very well padded and looks like you could have a game of football with the bag while the laptops in it and it would still survive.

Now for what I think about this bag, well I think its one of the ugliest, deformed & horridly coloured bags money can buy. Not only does the colour scheme make it look like something out of the Jetsons but the trim and design looks like it was designed by the same person who worked on Michael Jacksons face. How anyone can pay serious money for this bag is beyond belief, whats worse is that it has a RRP of £69 . Does Oli think we are stupid, does he honestly think that instead of buying something more worthwhile, such as the The History of Morris Dancing by John Forrest you would buy this bag?

I honestly dont get it, if you really want that bag for a fiver Boffer it for all I care but you have been warned.

Lauren x



boffer laptop hp bag

boffer laptop hp bag
Features:

* Fits a 15.4 laptop perfectly
* 13 Storage compartments
* Phone pouch on front strap
* Adjustable Straps
* Elastic Velcro strap to secure laptop
* Credit card/id card see through holder
* It says HP all over the damn thing

Condition : Brand New
Warranty: 1 Year.

I don't know whether their description is a lame attempt at reverse psychology but I've looked and this is the cheapest around.

Edit: Amazon have a laptop back (inferior one to this) at £9.99 but with £5.98 shipping and one that's £12.49 with £3.49 to be added. So minimum price elsewhere for a similar but worse item found is £16.
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#1
Has anyone found this cheaper elsewhere? If so please let everyone know, unless there's some other reason it's voted cold. If you've had bad experience with this item it'd be good to know what.

No I'm not moaning before you vote cold just because you think I am. I believe this to be a hot deal if you don't think it is then please say why so i know for my own information.- (edit - this part is aimed at ignorant pom who I'd already seen trolling the board not at the majority of intelligent people who can see a question for what it is. Low and behold here he appeared.)
#2
I voted cold because your whining angered me.
I'm not usually fond the phrase "cry more" but I think in this case...
#3
So which part was a whine?

Did you find this cheaper or do you have a problem with the item? If yes please say why.

I've seen you trolling the boards looking for someone who's defending a deal and posting your pictures of a crying baby and generally being a ****. The 'this isn't a moan' part was directly aimed at you. I'm not defending the deal just asking if you think it's a bad deal then why.

I don't care how you vote the deal but if it's cheaper then the rest of hotukdeals should know about it.
#4
As soon as the deal was posted, i checked it and it went to -5% I'd like to know why. I've looked whining up in a dictionary so here you go. Lets see if you can tell the difference between a question and a whine:

whine (hwn, wn)
v. whined, whin·ing, whines
v.intr.
1. To utter a plaintive, high-pitched, protracted sound, as in pain, fear, supplication, or complaint.
2. To complain or protest in a childish fashion.
3. To produce a sustained noise of relatively high pitch: jet engines whining.
v.tr.
To utter with a whine.
n.
1. The act of whining.
2. A whining sound.
3. A complaint uttered in a plaintive tone.
#5
amcdermo
As soon as the deal was posted, i checked it and it went to -5% I'd like to know why. I've looked whining up in a dictionary so here you go. Lets see if you can tell the difference between a question and a whine:

whine (hwn, wn)
v. whined, whin·ing, whines
v.intr.
1. To utter a plaintive, high-pitched, protracted sound, as in pain, fear, supplication, or complaint.
2. To complain or protest in a childish fashion.
3. To produce a sustained noise of relatively high pitch: jet engines whining.
v.tr.
To utter with a whine.
n.
1. The act of whining.
2. A whining sound.
3. A complaint uttered in a plaintive tone.


OK now your just being silly:whistling::p Not voted
#6
I don't f+++in believe it. I went to order this for my daughter's boyfriend for uni and now this shower are at the old "non uk-mainland" postage surcharge. £5 + vat to Belfast. This really bugs the **** outta me.
#7
Your daily **** deal is brought to you in association with, Boffer.
#8
amcdermo
As soon as the deal was posted, i checked it and it went to -5% I'd like to know why. I've looked whining up in a dictionary so here you go. Lets see if you can tell the difference between a question and a whine:

whine (hwn, wn)
v. whined, whin·ing, whines
v.intr.
1. To utter a plaintive, high-pitched, protracted sound, as in pain, fear, supplication, or complaint.
2. To complain or protest in a childish fashion.
3. To produce a sustained noise of relatively high pitch: jet engines whining.
v.tr.
To utter with a whine.
n.
1. The act of whining.
2. A whining sound.
3. A complaint uttered in a plaintive tone.

You gotta be kiddin me!
#9
Ignorant Pom
I voted cold because your whining angered me.
I'm not usually fond the phrase "cry more" but I think in this case...


I believe you should vote for deal, not for author ...
Good deal.
#10
why did you post it if you didn't like it anyway? surely if your advising against it , would of been better not to post it? but does look like tat tho!:thumbsup:
#11
mickrick
I don't f+++in believe it. I went to order this for my daughter's boyfriend for uni and now this shower are at the old "non uk-mainland" postage surcharge. £5 + vat to Belfast. This really bugs the **** outta me.


boffer lackie
The boxed weight of this product is just over 1Kg which is why we use a courier to send it. Unfortunately we get charged a surcharge by our courier which is why we have to charge the £5.
Anything we use Royal mail for won`t have the surcharge applied.


Sounds like a loud of rubbish to me. The bag itself cant weigh that much. Looks like they're gonna put that charge onto almost everything now.

Guaranteed, anyone who gets this, if they weigh it in the packaging, it'll be well under the 1kg.
#12
Punkytiptop
why did you post it if you didn't like it anyway? surely if your advising against it , would of been better not to post it? but does look like tat tho!:thumbsup:


The OP copied and pasted the description from boffer - I can't find where he is moaning.......:roll:
#13
Nozzawolf
The OP copied and pasted the description from boffer - I can't find where he is moaning.......:roll:


ah i see now, that'll teach me to scan read while meant to be at work!:oops:
#14
7777777
I believe you should vote for deal, not for author ...
Good deal.


Judging by the "deal"'s reception, I would say that it is in, in fact, a sh*t deal.

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