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Osprey Quasar Rucksack (Cypress Green) - £42.00 @ Wiggle
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Osprey Quasar Rucksack (Cypress Green) - £42.00 @ Wiggle

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Posted 27th Dec 2019Edited by:"Macdory"

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RRP @ £70

Versatile and durable, Osprey's Quasar Rucksack offers an impressive level of organisation and carrying comfort, allowing you to carry a 28 litre volume with ease.

The padded laptop and tablet sleeve keeps valuables away from the main compartment for both protection and easy access, while a multitude of pockets and integrated organiser ensures your belongings are secure. Hidden garaging on the front of the pack also neatly tucks away any loose straps, and with a stretch bungee across the front, you can easily stow away waterproof or cold weather gear.
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Use code NEWGB5 for £5 off a £30 spend. NEWGB for £10 off a £50 spend. New customers only.
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These bags are brilliant! I love my osprey! So comfy and hard wearing! Great find OP! 👌
Use code NEWGB5 for £5 off a £30 spend. NEWGB for £10 off a £50 spend. New customers only.
I have this backpack (albeit a different colour) and can defo vouch that it is a fantastic bag.

Very well made and quite versatile. I paid a lot more than this at the time £60inc. delivery) and still thought it was worth it. So at £42, it is a stonking deal imo.
Edited by: "kidrock123" 27th Dec 2019
The colour is the only thing putting me off! Wont be a professional look for me personally. Heat added though!
Edited by: "sanandreasgangstar" 27th Dec 2019
sanandreasgangstar27/12/2019 17:30

The colour is the only thing putting me off! Wont be a professional look …The colour is the only thing putting me off! Wont be a professional look for me personally. Heat added though!


Black also available at a dearer price but if you use code to get £10 off. Hope this helps
h1ll51de27/12/2019 17:40

Black also available at a dearer price but if you use code to get £10 off. …Black also available at a dearer price but if you use code to get £10 off. Hope this helps


Yep, I just realised this after checking the link itself! Will order now - many thanks.
Any black ?
Is this any good for running with?
Adao27/12/2019 18:51

Is this any good for running with?


Should be fine given the straps, but i would say that 28 litres is probably overkill for running
Adao27/12/2019 18:51

Is this any good for running with?


I bought the 22l Osprey Centauri from Go Outdoors for £35. It's a very similar design. To be honest, one of the other designs would be better, these are geared up for commuting with padded laptop sleeves and so on.

https://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/walking/equipment/rucksacks/br:osprey/
Has anyone seen a quality rucksack in a size closer to 40litre size. I've seen the osprey Fairview or fairpoint, not 100% on the .ale version name but it sacrifices some level of comfort for its ability to be strapped up to meet airline baggage requirements.

The only others I've seen on Amazon are a generic military/camouflage and have poor reviews and probably are poor quality. TIA
Is this 4K or 8k?
stec7727/12/2019 23:02

Has anyone seen a quality rucksack in a size closer to 40litre size. I've …Has anyone seen a quality rucksack in a size closer to 40litre size. I've seen the osprey Fairview or fairpoint, not 100% on the .ale version name but it sacrifices some level of comfort for its ability to be strapped up to meet airline baggage requirements.The only others I've seen on Amazon are a generic military/camouflage and have poor reviews and probably are poor quality. TIA


I’ve had luck with the Berghaus Remote 35, of course I would have preferred Osprey but I had limited budget
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gherkingHUD28/12/2019 23:27

I’ve had luck with the Berghaus Remote 35, of course I would have p …I’ve had luck with the Berghaus Remote 35, of course I would have preferred Osprey but I had limited budget https://www.amazon.co.uk/Berghaus-Remote-Outdoor-Backpack-Litres/dp/B01N380Y5O[Image]


Thanks for the reply although I'm after a ruck sack with different proportions such as wider and shorter? So I'll still look for alternatives.
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