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Osprey Transporter 95 Unisex £76.05 @ Amazon
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Osprey Transporter 95 Unisex £76.05 @ Amazon

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Posted 18th Feb

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...lowest price on the camel...and a great price for such a large bag from a quality brand.
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......video here.....seems to have everything you'd want. Light, strong, plenty of handles...folds away small....
Amazing bit of kit! Have some heat 🔥🔥🔥
Love an Osprey deal. Not the kind of bag I'll ever need but I'd jump on this if it was.
shotatdawn18/02/2020 19:15

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....until the day the straps on your cheap bag snap/break....and then you'll realise it's much more... ;-)
Yet those straps look too weak. You can pack a lot of stuff in 95L and even if its only clothes they weight quite a bit.
shotatdawn18/02/2020 19:19

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Osprey isn't a fashion brand and their bags are not fashion accessories. They're extremely reliable and functional pieces of equipment that come with a great guarantee.
shotatdawn18/02/2020 19:33

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I'm not sure of your point then. Yes, £75 can be looked at as a lot of money to spend on a bag. I'd agree if it was to take your sandwich to work, but invariably this will be used for much more demanding tasks. If I were to go climbing every few weekends, I'd be using this bag to cart round thousands of pounds worth of equipment that I trust with mine and my climbing partners life. Why skimp on a bag. Maybe someone will use it to trek to Everest base camp. If I were dropping a few grand on that trip and knew I'd be in some pretty inhospitable environments I'd want some good equipment, not a donnay holdall from sports direct.

Let's face it, it's £75, not £750...
Edited by: "jahbls" 18th Feb
Against other bags I've owned I'd say Osprey generally top the lot for quality, certainly above my berghaus one and thats lasted almost 5 years now of daily abuse. I got a second hand one that had spent 6 months backpacking around the southern hemisphere before I had it and it's still in great shape.

If I needed a bag this big I'd pay it, but I already have a good 100l so can't justify another really.
Got one last week from Amazon at this price, also 10percent topcashback on luggage tracked.
Anyone been backpacking with duffel bags like these? are the shoulder straps enough or do you really need hip straps as well when the bags full and weighty?
XL5918/02/2020 21:07

Anyone been backpacking with duffel bags like these? are the shoulder …Anyone been backpacking with duffel bags like these? are the shoulder straps enough or do you really need hip straps as well when the bags full and weighty?



...this is not a backpack.......It's a great bag for your holidays....carrying around the airport...or from the car to your hotel room etc. And it's big enough that if you have a day bag....you can pack it inside too...and use the shoulder straps to carry...so you're not faffing with two bags.
Edited by: "perkypig" 18th Feb
Thanks OP ... was waiting for this to drop in price.
XL5918/02/2020 21:07

Anyone been backpacking with duffel bags like these? are the shoulder …Anyone been backpacking with duffel bags like these? are the shoulder straps enough or do you really need hip straps as well when the bags full and weighty?


If you want to actually backpack look at the farpoint range, good for both getting about and getting through airports (the 40l is cabin bag friendly).
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Cheers for the replies lads, that farpoint range looks ace!
XL5919/02/2020 13:51

@perkypig@tek-monkeyCheers for the replies lads, that farpoint range looks …@perkypig@tek-monkeyCheers for the replies lads, that farpoint range looks ace!


I used the farpoint 40 on a trip to Jordan last month, no planning so was on me most days as I only booked hotels one night at a time. Ended up in Wadi Rum unexpectedly and took it hiking into the desert with me, hardly felt it. Obviously the main draw of the 40 is its carry on compatible, if that isn't an issue I'd get the 70 with detachable backpack myself.
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