Osprey Comet rucksack £37.50 @ Trekitt
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Osprey Comet rucksack £37.50 @ Trekitt

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Found 12th Oct 2018
Nice general use rucsac that's good quality.



Osprey's Comet 30 is a brilliant city lifestyle bag built by the

outdoor backpack experts. Therefore, you know it's going to be

comfortable, durable and will contain features that will make your busy

commuting life that much easier, you'll never know how you lived without

them.




This quality and feature-driven daypack is versatile, durable and

offers unrivalled levels of organisation and carrying comfort. A padded

laptop and tablet sleeve with direct zip access allows you to breeze

through airline security checkpoints or grab your devices with ease.

Side compression straps and a removable webbing hipbelt ensure that your

load is always under control. Keep your complicated mobile life in

check, with a multitude of pockets, compartments and an integrated

organiser. Just about to miss your station? You will appreciate the

large front grab handle.




  • Comfortable


  • Removeable webbing hipbelt


  • Bike light attachment


  • Large front grab handle


  • Side compression to secure internal load


  • Integrated organiser pocket


  • Padded laptop/tablet sleeve
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You'll not fit a comet in that!
The Nebula is an absolutely fantastic backpack. No idea about the comet but if Osprey I am sure it's great too. £37.50 for the Osprey is crazy good
winchman49 m ago

https://www.trekitt.co.uk/35168/products/osprey-nebula-34-komodo-green.aspxAlso the Osprey Nebula for the same price.


thanks for that, was going to buy the comet, bought this instead, both nice finds
Cheers, grabbed a nice Nebula
Thanks everyone. I went for the Nebula too!
Tempted by the Nebula but that green is putting me off. Sadly the other nicer colours are not reduced as much !
Great price! Like my Osprey Nebula paid £50ish for it and not regretting at all .
Do these rucksacks cause pilling to clothing at the lower back? I have been trying to look for any rucksack without that ventilated mesh which seems to cause the friction but I don't know what material I need to stop the pilling happening.
Thanks OP - been on the lookout for a mid size backpack. Ordered this - couldn't live with the Nebula in brown or red.
Osprey backpacks are second to none. They are so well thought out and organised inside !
bigant773 h, 0 m ago

The red one is also on offer …The red one is also on offer https://www.trekitt.co.uk/9246/products/osprey-nebula-34-robust-red.aspx



Thanks
damn only red left in the nebula
Bought the Nebula in red to use on long weekends away abroad - as these bags fit in cabin storage and under the front seat on planes. Watched a video on youtube of it to judge it's colour, looks pretty decent, have a 90litre hiking bag that's red anyway so this'll match nicely. Thanks!


thomasrykala17 h, 30 m ago

Osprey backpacks are second to none. They are so well thought out and …Osprey backpacks are second to none. They are so well thought out and organised inside !


They are decent enough but I reckon deuter are better designed
Steven.McLean3 m ago

They are decent enough but I reckon deuter are better designed


I'll check them out next time. Thanks.
I think this is th only model still available?

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That nebula looks excellent. I don't need another, I have 4 rucksacks all about this size but in tempted to get it for my main commute rucksack. I current use a miltec army style 36l rucksack from amazon that's been amazing tbh. But maybe its time for a change
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For £17.99 you can get a heavy duty army issue day sack which also has the advantage of a top which uses buckles not a zip. If a zip malfunctions then your sack is junk, and buckles are a far better option.


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ebble33 m ago

For £17.99 you can get a heavy duty army issue day sack which also has the …For £17.99 you can get a heavy duty army issue day sack which also has the advantage of a top which uses buckles not a zip. If a zip malfunctions then your sack is junk, and buckles are a far better option.[Image] https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/British-Army-Surplus-Small-Day-Sack-Bag-Rucksack-Black-Hiking-Walking/202402576524?hash=item2f2022388c:g:xLgAAOSwCM9bcqPa:rk:47:pf:0


It's certainly an option, thanks for sharing!
Not an option I'm interested in mind you, they Osprey bags are a very different proposition.. but more choice is always good
OOS
Excellent backpack and extremely comfy. You can neevr go wrong with an osprey bag
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