Crivit 20 Litre Cycle Backpack with Hydration insert/pipe £9.99 @ LIDL
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Crivit 20 Litre Cycle Backpack with Hydration insert/pipe £9.99 @ LIDL

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Found 16th Aug 2017Edited by:"busterdan"
It's cycling week at Lidl from 20th August so there are the usual items but I did think this was a good little 20 litre backpack with a hydration pack and four different colour options.

It has all the usual features you'd expect like a padded back piece and also chest strap, by all accounts I think it looks a good deal.
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A handy cheap little bag for some, but the addition of a hydration bladder makes it a pretty good buy for me. I might have a look at their Softshell jacket
I might be wrong but I don't think it comes with a bladder, it has space for one (it looks like a camelbak bladder in the pictures) still a good buy though. Heat added.
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POI2676 m ago

I might be wrong but I don't think it comes with a bladder, it has space …I might be wrong but I don't think it comes with a bladder, it has space for one (it looks like a camelbak bladder in the pictures) still a good buy though. Heat added.


I see what you mean it is a little unclear but this picture shows a pipe so I assume that comes with it and attaches to a bladder/pouch..

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That pipe looks very much like a camelbak one. They're £20+ alone, so I'd be surprised if it was included.
Website says it has a hydration pocket which to me would suggest it has the space for a hydration bladder and doesn't include it. I'm still going to buy one though. Need a new rucksack
Looks excellent for hiking, hope hike poles fit in it
dark_shadow53 m ago

Looks excellent for hiking, hope hike poles fit in it

Take a hike pal...
Sorry i had to say it
Bought Lidl cycling backpacks in the past and fell apart within 3 months. Shame as other products have been of good quality.
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I've still got some from the early 2000's that I used everyday riding a motorbike around London.... Yeah they are tatty now but structurally they are fine.
Picked one up today. 10 quid its a bargain even without water bladder.
snoopy8832 m ago

Picked one up today. 10 quid its a bargain even without water bladder.


Agreed - the built in rain cover, helmet mesh and other features are really good for the money. I'm not using it for commuting - just the weekend blast on the bike so hopefully it'll hold up. I have a cheap hydration bladder from Decathlon (who also do good bags for short money) that I can use with it.

The gloves were underwhelming but the glasses seem a good buy too. I picked up the mini foot pump to keep in the car but haven't checked it out properly yet.
Edited by: "fishz" 20th Aug 2017
fishz2 h, 17 m ago

Agreed - the built in rain cover, helmet mesh and other features are …Agreed - the built in rain cover, helmet mesh and other features are really good for the money. I'm not using it for commuting - just the weekend blast on the bike so hopefully it'll hold up. I have a cheap hydration bladder from Decathlon (who also do good bags for short money) that I can use with it.The gloves were underwhelming but the glasses seem a good buy too. I picked up the mini foot pump to keep in the car but haven't checked it out properly yet.

Yes i also went and purchased the 2litre water bladder from decathlon great for the price. I thought the gloves were ok for the money but i didnt see any glasses will look again next time i go in.
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