Hydrotech 35 Litre Rucksack reduced £40 to £7.95 @ Regatta Outlet
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Hydrotech 35 Litre Rucksack reduced £40 to £7.95 @ Regatta Outlet

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Found 26th Apr 2016
fairly good 35L ruck sack available in black and blue. was looking for something for an overnight camping bag and didn't want to spend a fortune.

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I got one of these a few months back. It was about £5.

I almost sent it back because it had lots of straps and clasps and no closing top. Its basically pretty weird.

I kept it and use it for the gym now but i still think its a bit odd.
update: I think the blue has now sold out.
FREEZIN WOLF

I got one of these a few months back. It was about £5.I almost sent it … I got one of these a few months back. It was about £5.I almost sent it back because it had lots of straps and clasps and no closing top. Its basically pretty weird. I kept it and use it for the gym now but i still think its a bit odd.



I'm not sure as I don't have the bag yet, but I had a similar bag before like this where you roll down the top and then clasp the straps to an anchor lower on the bag. sure enough it's a strange system but it keeps rain from entering the bag.
good deal but any free p&p codes out there?
Pretty sure it's designed for marine use e.g boating/kayaking. You put your bits in, clasp the top then roll it down and do the clips up. If the bag goes overboard then it floats because of the air trapped in it.
I got one of these last time, the material is not what I was expecting, I agree with the poster above - it's a very weird bag! I haven't had it in a real downpour but would be shocked if it was genuinely waterproof - the fabric is very thin. On the plus side there is so little to these bags they are very light, wouldn't have bought it if I'd seen it though!
Avoid! It looks like a 'proper' rucksack in the photo but essentially it's a very flimsy piece of waterproof material with straps. No secure closure at the top either if I remember.
I also bought one of these when they were on sale for a fiver. Took it on a long weekend trip to Dublin and it is very waterproof as long as you roll the top down properly. Agreed it's a bit weird but great as a weekend/gym bag for the money
dennistoundoll

I also bought one of these when they were on sale for a fiver. Took it on … I also bought one of these when they were on sale for a fiver. Took it on a long weekend trip to Dublin and it is very waterproof as long as you roll the top down properly. Agreed it's a bit weird but great as a weekend/gym bag for the money



glad to hear it stands up well to the Irish weather. that's just where it's going to be used!
FREEZIN WOLF

I got one of these a few months back. It was about £5.I almost sent it … I got one of these a few months back. It was about £5.I almost sent it back because it had lots of straps and clasps and no closing top. Its basically pretty weird. I kept it and use it for the gym now but i still think its a bit odd.




I will happily buy it off you if you are selling it?
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roryod

I'm not sure as I don't have the bag yet, but I had a similar bag before … I'm not sure as I don't have the bag yet, but I had a similar bag before like this where you roll down the top and then clasp the straps to an anchor lower on the bag. sure enough it's a strange system but it keeps rain from entering the bag.



Same system is used on Ortlieb pannier bags - which certainly aren't considered strange
roryod

glad to hear it stands up well to the Irish weather. that's just where … glad to hear it stands up well to the Irish weather. that's just where it's going to be used!


But it might be no good for English weather,no good finding out its good for Irish weather only to find out no good here.Not even mentioning if we Brexit when all the plague pestulance and storms arrive.
Looks a bit like a bin bag.
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