Highlander Starav 25L Rucksack - Black and Blue £14.69 @ Argos
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Highlander Starav 25L Rucksack - Black and Blue £14.69 @ Argos

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Found 6th Jul 2015
The Starav 25 has a waist belt to make sure that the load is supported and reduces unwanted movement on your back, whilst the air-flow back system helps keep you cool and comfortable throughout the day. The 25 litre capacity consists of three compartments and twin mesh side pockets to keep your belongings organised.

The Starav features an internal hydration pouch with hydration port for easy access to your water and multiple attachment points to allow for extra accessories and essentials to be brought along on your day out. The main compartment features a two way zip for easy access and the splashproof fabric is practical whatever the weather.

Backpack specifications:

Size H43, W28, D14cm.
25 litre capacity.
Weight 0.7kg.
Backpack features:

Splashproof.
1 internal pocket and 4 external pockets.
Adjustable and padded shoulder strap.
Airflow back system.
600 denier polyester

7 Comments

It is cheap and it looks cheap. If you just something to throw a few school books in or to put your gym gear in then it'll be fine but to carry any weight for any length of time, this just won't suit your needs.

I have the 35 litre and it's an excellent backpack. Used for a weekend 65 mile trek and with loads of kit in. Don't let the price fool you these are excellent for the money

Original Poster

woldranger

It is cheap and it looks cheap. If you just something to throw a few … It is cheap and it looks cheap. If you just something to throw a few school books in or to put your gym gear in then it'll be fine but to carry any weight for any length of time, this just won't suit your needs.



Have you used this bag for carrying "any" weight for a "any" length of time? (just out of interest)

QuickProfits

Have you used this bag for carrying "any" weight for a "any" length of … Have you used this bag for carrying "any" weight for a "any" length of time? (just out of interest)



No, but I can see without even having to hold the bag that the harness system is flimsy and cheap. I've been using daypack's for years traveling with around 7kg of camera and or travel gear and I'll never use a cheap bag like this again. (Nice attempt at a facetious reply by the way)

You can tell by looking that its gonna be uncomfortable.

Original Poster

Shaydog

You can tell by looking that its gonna be uncomfortable.



Read the reviews. The main thing they are saying is "very comfortable" Do you even research before buying things? It isn't uncomfortable at all! Also see post 2.

Edited by: "QuickProfits" 12th Jul 2015

QuickProfits

Read the reviews. The main thing they are saying is "very comfortable" Do … Read the reviews. The main thing they are saying is "very comfortable" Do you even research before buying things? It isn't uncomfortable at all! Also see post 2.


Looks uncomfortable...therefore I won't buy it....voted hot though.
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