Free Knight FK8607 40L Hiking Water-repellent Backpack only £12.57 delivered w/code @ Tomtop
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Free Knight FK8607 40L Hiking Water-repellent Backpack only £12.57 delivered w/code @ Tomtop

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Found 22nd Mar
40L Hiking Camping Backpack only £12.57 with code : FKBP7 plus you get free shipping (Must be logged in to use code)

Features:

Water-repellent and tear-resistant nylon material.
Roomy main compartment for your clothes, laptop, books, etc.
Plenty of external pockets keep your stuffs handy and organized.
Adjustable padded mesh shoulder straps help reduce burden.
Mesh back panels for ultimate air flow and heat dissipation.
Adjustable waist and chest straps for snug and comfortable fit.
Compression straps control backpack volume.
Bartack reinforcement for extra strength and durability.
Great for hiking, travel, camping, mountaineering, suitable for both men & women.


Specifications:

Material: Nylon
Color: Blue / Red / Orange / Black / Army Green (optional)
Capacity: 40L (Includes all compartments)
Dimension: 30 * 22 * 52cm / 11.8 * 8.7 * 20.5in
Weight: Approx. 0.64kg / 1.4lb


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£9.59 on ebay uk seller, in fact if you want orange £8.99 ordered one Monday got it Wednesday.

ebay.co.uk/itm…649
DanOBrien1 h, 36 m ago

Nothing “Free” about this. Cold.


Voted hot to make up for this spanner.
DanOBrien41 m ago

Nothing “Free” about this. Cold.


Free Knight is the brand.......
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Got it for £10.95 as used 200 free points which I think you might get for being a new customer on top of the promo code mentioned above. Cheers OP
I also got it for £10.95 using the code and the 200 points...cheers
£9.59 on ebay uk seller, in fact if you want orange £8.99 ordered one Monday got it Wednesday.

ebay.co.uk/itm…649
Fuse22nd Mar

£9.59 on ebay uk seller, in fact if you want orange £8.99 ordered one M …£9.59 on ebay uk seller, in fact if you want orange £8.99 ordered one Monday got it Wednesday.https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/40-Liter-Bag-for-Outdoor-Sports-Bag-Backpack-Travel-Hiking-Camping-Rucksack-UK/323103965817?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&var=512212033537&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649


Not the same bag. I looked and these don't have the supports that go round your waist. Near identical though albeit the name .... Hong Jing. As a cyclist, for me these side supports are a nice addition.
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If anyone does buy this please report back. I've bought a couple bags from china for around £6 each and both have been terrible. While they look low quality they also appear functional. It's only when the zips go after a day or two for no reason at all that you realise there's nothing redeeming about them.
The ones mentioned on eBay are a totally different bag. Maybe the same name but otherwise look a lot less sturdy or useful. Look an aweful lot like "imitation" product's.
Nothing “Free” about this. Cold.
Code hasn’t worked for me
DanOBrien41 m ago

Nothing “Free” about this. Cold.


Free Knight is the brand.......
So tempted to bite because of how cheap it is but at the same time i don't think i could trust a £13 bag while hiking. D:
code didn't work for me. but 9.47 after paypal converts from usd to gbp. bargain. thanks OP.
Just ordered £9.42 free p+p no code needed !
Does not comply with UK safety standards so probably made from a material that is not fire retardant. Just saying if that's important to you.
Edited by: "supermann" 15th Apr
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DanOBrien1 h, 36 m ago

Nothing “Free” about this. Cold.


Voted hot to make up for this spanner.
corin.gillingham49 m ago

So tempted to bite because of how cheap it is but at the same time i don't …So tempted to bite because of how cheap it is but at the same time i don't think i could trust a £13 bag while hiking. D:


I bought one of these for a single DofE camp, and it does a job if you're looking for a handful of short camps but I wouldn't buy anything like this for proper hiking or travelling
I have a free knight bag bought direct from HK via eBay - the zip stitching came out within a week - not worth returning to HK under warranty.
Only a lvl 2 backpack though. Holding out for lvl 3.
Steve_Cartwright12 m ago

Only a lvl 2 backpack though. Holding out for lvl 3.


What’s lvl 2 and lvl 3?
rjace24 m ago

What’s lvl 2 and lvl 3?


Ditto. :-)
supermann2 h, 14 m ago

Does not comply with UK safety standards so probably made from a material …Does not comply with UK safety standards so probably made from a material that is not fire retardant. Just saying if that's important to you.


How fast are you planning to walk?!
pagehamillton3 m ago

How fast are you planning to walk?!


Just saying if say you went camping, put it on the inside of your tent, maybe in the porch, and it caught fire. Unlikely to happen but wouldn't end well if it did.
rjace1 h, 28 m ago

What’s lvl 2 and lvl 3?


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Stay away. I bought a Free Knight 60L recently from Amazon when they were on a lightning deal. It simply couldn't support the weight of 60L. On its first outing a number of the straps tore away. I had to lug a full backpack around Eastern Europe on one shoulder strap. Luckily it was only for one week otherwise I'd have ditched it.

If you're going for a decent size, which 40L is, go for a trusted brand.

Cold from me, it's false economy.
Edited by: "mickeydablue" 15th Apr
mickeydablue1 h, 19 m ago

Stay away. I bought a Free Knight 60L recently from Amazon when they were …Stay away. I bought a Free Knight 60L recently from Amazon when they were on a lightning deal. It simply couldn't support the weight of 60L. On its first outing a number of the straps tore away. I had to lug a full backpack around Eastern Europe around on one shoulder strap. Luckily it was only for one week otherwise I'd have ditched it. If you're going for a decent size, which 40L is, go for a trusted brand. Cold from me, it's false economy.


But can't you see how good value it is? Forget about the straps, look at all those little compartments, it's even waterproof. Straps are for wimps anyway.
Edited by: "supermann" 15th Apr
mickeydablue1 h, 49 m ago

Stay away. I bought a Free Knight 60L recently from Amazon when they were …Stay away. I bought a Free Knight 60L recently from Amazon when they were on a lightning deal. It simply couldn't support the weight of 60L. On its first outing a number of the straps tore away. I had to lug a full backpack around Eastern Europe around on one shoulder strap. Luckily it was only for one week otherwise I'd have ditched it. If you're going for a decent size, which 40L is, go for a trusted brand. Cold from me, it's false economy.


how much weight were you carrying? i've seen the 60L for ~£13 and am tempted. I only plan to carry 10-15kg.
zaheer20032 h, 23 m ago

how much weight were you carrying? i've seen the 60L for ~£13 and am …how much weight were you carrying? i've seen the 60L for ~£13 and am tempted. I only plan to carry 10-15kg.


It was around 16 - 17kg... I bought mine for around £10 and couldn't believe what I'd got for the money when I received it. When it arrived it looked good, looked like good material, it looked well put together if missing padding that you'd expect on more expensive kit..

1. First clue about how bad it would get was when I lifted my bag out of the car boot. A few items I'd packed were laying in the boot - the zip on the front compartment had just pulled apart.

2. Got to the airport, I took it off and pop went one of the shoulder straps. I'd not even gotten on the plane and I was worried about all my stuff ending up on the baggage belt because I now had a a reasonably large hole in the bag.

3. I would pull / sit the bag upright by the two straps on top of the bag - they've begun to rip away from the bag.

4. When I would sometimes lift the bag by those two straps the zip would come apart or just open on the top compartment.

5. The waist strap is also coming away from the bag, which really is bad because I only fastened that strap maybe 2-3 times!

A 60L bag should easily be able to cope with 20kg too, or I would have thought so. I bought an a Deuter Spectro 38 6-7 years ago in the US. That's 38L and I've carried 15kg dozens of times in it. It's still going strong - a great piece of kit.

In most cases you're going to be up that well known creek when you're using a rucksack. Away from home, don't have the "stuff" to repair rips and tears. You want something that's reliable and will see you through. It was a lesson learned!

When it comes to a rucksack, don't skimp, buy quality!
Battenberg7 h, 23 m ago

Voted hot to make up for this spanner.


Ha, I didn’t vote, and that wasn’t a serious comment.
DanOBrien1 h, 30 m ago

Ha, I didn’t vote, and that wasn’t a serious comment.


Yes, me too. I was also only pretending to be a foolish person. Go us
Regprentice22 h, 49 m ago

I have a free knight bag bought direct from HK via eBay - the zip …I have a free knight bag bought direct from HK via eBay - the zip stitching came out within a week - not worth returning to HK under warranty.



Just raise a claim with ebay - its unlikely you'll have to send it back - if they do moan and they should pay the postage (provide a parcel label), or ebay just refunds it.
Battenberg15th Apr

Voted hot to make up for this spanner.


Best comment on here for ages.
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