Berghaus Mule 2 100 Litre Wheeled Holdall £44.83 Lowest Ever at Amazon
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Berghaus Mule 2 100 Litre Wheeled Holdall £44.83 Lowest Ever at Amazon

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Found 10th Jul 2015
Great quality, hard wearing, large capacity, and with wheels.

Lowest it's ever been, according to the camel.

You can get it for £42.59 if you have an NUS Extra card.

Update: Just received mine and very happy with the quality. The base seems solid, with decent wheels and handle, the webbing and stitching feel strong, and the material, although quite thin, is ripstop and feels durable.

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Original Poster

I've now ordered this, as I needed something slightly smaller than my overly enormous North Face bag.

had this through yeaterday and it feels cheap

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darthvader666uk

had this through yeaterday and it feels cheap


Cheap in what way? Materials? Stitching? Surprising as Berghaus stuff is usually pretty good.

gringo1804

Cheap in what way? Materials? Stitching? Surprising as Berghaus stuff is … Cheap in what way? Materials? Stitching? Surprising as Berghaus stuff is usually pretty good.



​the material the bag is made of ceels very thin. to the point you can kinda see through it. I expected really high quality but this might be a cheaper line?

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darthvader666uk

​the material the bag is made of ceels very thin. to the point you can k … ​the material the bag is made of ceels very thin. to the point you can kinda see through it. I expected really high quality but this might be a cheaper line?


Some of the newer materials are much thinner but still very durable and abrasion resistant. I have climbing slings that are 8mm wide, not much bigger than a bootlace, but can support 2.2 tonnes. I suppose only time and a bit of rough usage will tell.
Edited by: "gringo1804" 11th Jul 2015

As you scroll through the photos it shows a backpack. Some of the reviews point to small bag with no wheels or handles being sent.

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p4pankaj

As you scroll through the photos it shows a backpack. Some of the reviews … As you scroll through the photos it shows a backpack. Some of the reviews point to small bag with no wheels or handles being sent.


The listing has multiple variations of bags with different capacities. The 100L version definitely has wheels.

and dem reviews.

hot! ordered just what we needed

gringo1804

Some of the newer materials are much thinner but still very durable and … Some of the newer materials are much thinner but still very durable and abrasion resistant. I have climbing slings that are 8mm wide, not much bigger than a bootlace, but can support 2.2 tonnes. I suppose only time and a bit of rough usage will tell.



​good shout. i honestly didnt think about that. I shall be using it next weekend so hopefully give it a run for its money. its a really good brand so really it should be fine

gringo1804

The listing has multiple variations of bags with different capacities. … The listing has multiple variations of bags with different capacities. The 100L version definitely has wheels.



​can confirm the 100l mule 2 have wheels and a handle

gringo1804

I've now ordered this, as I needed something slightly smaller than my … I've now ordered this, as I needed something slightly smaller than my overly enormous North Face bag.


This one is pretty enormous.

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Scoutfinch

This one is pretty enormous.


My North Face one is 160 or 180L, so it's all relative! Also TNF one is crap to carry if not full, and then it's bloody heavy.

p4pankaj

As you scroll through the photos it shows a backpack. Some of the reviews … As you scroll through the photos it shows a backpack. Some of the reviews point to small bag with no wheels or handles being sent.



It has wheels and can be carried as a backpack. The material is not the thick plastic of the north face bags but its perfectly fine. At 40 quid its a steal. Got mine via flubit last time the deal was on. I think the did it for less than 40.

I bought two as alternatives to suitcases for holiday and they are decent.tgey take half the space suitcase does when not in use.

I bought the Mule 100 a few months ago , don't know if its version 1 or 2 but its a solid a and very spacious piece of kit , rolls along really well too .

If your airline has a low baggage allowance worth bearing in mind that the weight of the bag alone is over 3 kilos. I have a similar bag and the wheels are a godsend in buildings/airports/pavements.......
The Berghaus Global 100 (red or black) on Milletts (just under £50 with code) looks a bit more substantial - no wheels though. Blacks are doing it for £55 in red, black or blue.
Edited by: "gari189" 12th Jul 2015

Thanks - ordered one.

Original Poster

avalonsunset

Thanks - ordered one.


You're very welcome, glad it was useful.

avalonsunset

Thanks - ordered one.


me too just what we needed

Original Poster

Just received mine and very happy with the quality. The base seems solid, with decent wheels and handle, the webbing and stitching feel strong, and the material, although quite thin, is ripstop and feels durable.

I got the original Berghaus Mule 100 wheeled bag in April for £38 and it's great, very sturdy, survived the Isle of Wight Festival last month

Up to £51.79 . . . .

SUMMER20 won't work on this item...even at £51.79. Will wait and see if it drops again. Thanks OP for highlighting

Original Poster

saintagnes

SUMMER20 won't work on this item...even at £51.79. Will wait and see if … SUMMER20 won't work on this item...even at £51.79. Will wait and see if it drops again. Thanks OP for highlighting


It's going up and down like nobody's business at the moment. With any luck it will come back down even lower.

mine's arrived today. it is a bit heavier than i thought it would be. i'm planning on using this to fly abroad as an alternative to a suitcase. if i fill it up with clothes etc am i likely to go over the 23kg baggage allowance ?

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avalonsunset

mine's arrived today. it is a bit heavier than i thought it would be. i'm … mine's arrived today. it is a bit heavier than i thought it would be. i'm planning on using this to fly abroad as an alternative to a suitcase. if i fill it up with clothes etc am i likely to go over the 23kg baggage allowance ?


If you pack it tightly, you probably would be over 23kg but you shouldn't need anywhere near that for a holiday or short business trip. To be fair, this is designed to carry heavy loads for climbing expeditions, so it needs to reasonably sturdy or it wouldn't be up to the job.
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