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Quechua Ulta-Compact Backpack 10L (Various colours) £1.99 @ Decathlon (Free Click & Collect)
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Quechua Ulta-Compact Backpack 10L (Various colours) £1.99 @ Decathlon (Free Click & Collect)

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Posted 1st Nov
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For short hikes, this ultra-compact and lightweight backpack is perfect - and for longer adventures, it's a great additional bag. When not in use, it folds up into a small ball and can be stored in your pocket.


  • Compact and easy to store
  • Adjustable straps

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We’ve had these bags years, on the plane, theme parks, days out, school trips. Great bags, highly recommend
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We’ve had these bags years, on the plane, theme parks, days out, school trips. Great bags, highly recommend
Wow, that is small- fits entirely in the hand
Anyone know approximately what weight it can handle?
GeeeBeee01/11/2019 17:22

Anyone know approximately what weight it can handle?


Not sure but I keep an iPad, headphones and a couple of other items in mine and the stitching is stretching now. Think they are 10l capacity.
Many thanks for your feedback, good to know as I had a heavier load in mind.

Got one anyway!
Minds me Sport Billy lol have a look on YouTube
Love these , I've had one for 3 years and used it as a day bag in Australia, Thailand and 2 USA road trips with lots of hiking, great bags.
These don't have any back support, there is a £2.49 one with a padded back which has 2 compartments also
It’s probably good price for what it is but is it a deal? I mean has it dropped in price in a spectacular way to be pointed out?
Its not waterproof
Edited by: "Ts1899" 1st Nov
Has one fell apart after 2 days hiking
Sgillllllll01/11/2019 21:21

These don't have any back support, there is a £2.49 one with a padded back …These don't have any back support, there is a £2.49 one with a padded back which has 2 compartments also


Got a link?
Jordztar01/11/2019 22:35

https://www.decathlon.co.uk/nh100-10l-backpack-black-id_8502148.html


Ah ok thought you meant another compact one. Does look decent for £2.49 though, cheers
GeeeBeee01/11/2019 17:22

Anyone know approximately what weight it can handle?


I've been using one of these for years for the local shop. I often carry upward of 10kg in here for 30 minutes at a time and have had no issues.
Decathlon make some great gear and it’s very decently priced. These bags are ideal and last well...
ciffy_byro02/11/2019 08:50

I've been using one of these for years for the local shop. I often carry …I've been using one of these for years for the local shop. I often carry upward of 10kg in here for 30 minutes at a time and have had no issues.


Thank you
Looks cool, but the 2nd Customer Question from March on Amazon is why they're selling a £2 bag for so much, so it seems not to be a deal as such.

I don't know how much use it would be if it's only just water resistant, but you could try spraying it with waterproofing spray.
Edited by: "EndemicAlarm" 2nd Nov
Not sure what makes this a "deal" as the price is always £1.99?

Agree 100% with the comment about getting the one with padded straps for an extra 50p, unless you only use these packaway rucksacks for carrying something like a jacket, they are very uncomfortable. As soon as you put anything with a hard edge in there (bottle of water, camera, etc) you can feel it bumping against your back and if you put any weight in them the lack of padding in the shoulder straps adds to the discomfort. Having used a few, this applies to them all, from this £2 cheapie to the £20 Osprey version.

Unless having a backpack that folds up and packs away is essential, the £2.50 backpack is a much better buy and still weighs very little and takes up very little space lying flat in the bottom of your hand luggage for use as a travel day pack on holiday (or use it as your small second bag on Ryanair). Front pocket also very useful for keeping sunglasses etc for quick access.

Neither will cope well with any rain though, suggest an ultralight drybag liner if you are worried about that...
Thanks for this
ciffy_byro02/11/2019 08:50

I've been using one of these for years for the local shop. I often carry …I've been using one of these for years for the local shop. I often carry upward of 10kg in here for 30 minutes at a time and have had no issues.



Thats what I'm considering getting one for.

Chuck in the bottom of the pushchair for when my wife goes crazy and we have too much to stick in the pushchair itself. And get another one to leave in her handbag/nappy bag.

How easy are they to fold back up?
badgerfoxtrotalpha02/11/2019 10:58

Not sure what makes this a "deal" as the price is always £1.99?Agree 100% …Not sure what makes this a "deal" as the price is always £1.99?Agree 100% with the comment about getting the one with padded straps for an extra 50p, unless you only use these packaway rucksacks for carrying something like a jacket, they are very uncomfortable. As soon as you put anything with a hard edge in there (bottle of water, camera, etc) you can feel it bumping against your back and if you put any weight in them the lack of padding in the shoulder straps adds to the discomfort. Having used a few, this applies to them all, from this £2 cheapie to the £20 Osprey version.Unless having a backpack that folds up and packs away is essential, the £2.50 backpack is a much better buy and still weighs very little and takes up very little space lying flat in the bottom of your hand luggage for use as a travel day pack on holiday (or use it as your small second bag on Ryanair). Front pocket also very useful for keeping sunglasses etc for quick access. Neither will cope well with any rain though, suggest an ultralight drybag liner if you are worried about that...



Another vote for the one at £2.49, take it on holiday every year, perfect for taking to theme parks, swimming pool etc, easily enough to hold several phones, sunglasses etc and theres often room to spare to squeeze in bottle juice, crisps sandwich etc.
One of these lives in the seat pack on my bike for when I go to buy a pint of milk then go nuts in the 'must sell by today' section...the £2.49 one's good too, my original one got a hole in it (Car keys) so I got another but 2 years later it's still holding up....recomended
Mentos02/11/2019 11:33

How easy are they to fold back up?


Easy - stuffs back into it's own pocket...
Cold. What am I going to do with a bag that fits on the palm of my hand?
Perfect stocking fillers
if it makes 10L fit in my hand I'll take it
Anyone brought this? Any good?
Had one for a good couple years and its great to keep in the glovebox as a set and forget. Easy to pack away too which was a concern to begin with. I don’t use it all that regularly so can’t comment on longevity but it’s failed me yet.

I wouldn’t compare this to the £2.49 one. These are two different bags. If you want a rucksack get that one. If you want a compact one you can shove in your pocket, locker, glovebox, ect for emergencies, then get this.
Great little bag! Used it on an 11 mile hike in the mountains of Montana in June, amazing!
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