I have this one already (well, two actually, where one is the previous model with better pockets), but it’s not the Arrow isn’t it? (embarrassed)
I'm sure everyone on the tube will find your purchase highly amusing...smaller one here: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/berghaus-twentyfourseven-plus-20-litre-backpack-ps2199-at-amazon-3725208?utm_source=mappshare&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=3725208&utm_campaign=2021-05-16
Love the look of it, but bit too big for the city travels to work
Ah, I see. Yes, makes total sense- new things learned every day ;)
Physical frame of human not old skool 1960s metal outer frame
Yes it counts as your small bag, so you can take this as well as another bigger one as hand luggage (like the Osprey Farpoint 45 for example) with priority boarding or this as hand luggage and another bigger one as hold baggage if no priority boarding. However there is another version of this Berghaus 24/7 15l bag without the stretchy attachment things on the outside and with water bottle side pockets and I much prefer that. The strappy things just get caught on stuff eg when putting bag under the aircraft seat in front of you and side pockets for a water bottle and other things is very useful when out and about or on holiday (eg for suncream). The other version is the one with the small (removable) plastic karabiner attached to it.
Perfect size for lots or scenarios, cycling being one of them.
15 litre is very small, i have the 30 litre which is a decent size, suppose it depends what you are using it for, but a couple of books and an ipad and this will be full.
Prefer the old design of this bag. Those zip pulls always comes loose. Bad design.
We used the Air Porch with our old Air 4. We found that the additional pitching time was a right faff, that lack of a built in groundsheet in wet weather was a pain, it wasn’t a great fit to the main tent & the flap you have to throw over the tent was noisy when windy. Also, it was another quite large bag to store in the car. For us, the additional space & the porch area of the Air 4XL was a better option.
Ah I see. Fair enough. I think I’d prefer the air shelter anyway as can be used as a standalone
I had a tent which you could buy with a side extension - main problem is that depending on the length of the extension because it fits on the side your pitch might not be wide enough.
Why do you say that about the airporch? I got the 4XL a couple months ago and wondering about the airporch or air shelter
Really good tent (I owned one for 3 years & traded up to an Air 4 XL) but not sure this is a ‘hot deal’. I would expect this price to be the RRP and would consider a decent price around the £330/340 region by using special offers, top cashback etc. But I guess the price will be driven by supply and demand, with a lot more people taking staycations this year. This isn’t a tent that you would regret buying, however, I would stay clear of the airporch accessory. Believe me, I would much rather be in this tent in a gale or heavy downpour rather than some of the cheap poled tents that Millets sell.
Does anyone know what differences there are between a Berghaus Deluge water resistant jacket and this Deluge Pro Shell jacket? Or is it just marketing? Thanks.
Large is £57.
I've ordered Medium for 57£ thanks.
I ordered a Berghaus Deluge Pro plus a Berghaus Deluge Pro 2.0 Gore-Tex Shell Jacket in size Medium for £46.89 and £52.09 respectively, last August. Was sent two of the ones in this deal. Contacted Amazon and they had no clue that multiple different types of Berghaus water resistant jackets were listed on the same product page and what customers were being sent didn’t match what they ordered. All they offered was a refund if I returned the items. They wouldn’t supply what I clearly ordered and paid for. Just something to be aware of.
Bagged one... Thanks OP.
Posted 23rd MarPosted 23rd Mar
Berghaus Brand Bag Backpack 25 Litres - Black, £18.99 (+£4.49 non prime) at Amazon£18.99£23.9921% offAmazon Deals
Good price for this nice bag from Amazon. Berghaus Brand Bag 25Hardwearing, neat and very strong, you can't go wrong here. Designed for all your storage needs, the Berghaus Bra… Read more
I got the black one of this 50L £30.99 used £7.00 promo off it too making it £23.99 (so if I sent back I'd lose promo). It's nothing very special although it is a well made bag but it's flimsy. It'd need to be full right up to look like picture. I'd say £30.00 is fairplay here based on other bags I've had. For £23.99 I'm very happy.
50Litres £27.99 30Litres £24.99
Posted 5th MarPosted 5th Mar
Berghaus TwentyFourSeven Plus 30 Litre Rucksack for £25.99 at Amazon Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Good price for this bag. Product description Pack your walking essentials in the fully featured Berghaus TwentyFourSeven daysack. Your back won't suffer with this 30 litre pack … Read more
They are padded, but not much, and adjustable too, but trust me even half full its not comfortable. I dragged it round Thailand and Cambodia, and wish I'd took something like the osprey Farpoint 70l instead.
My 60Litre has the full padded shoulder straps
Also in my loft and daughter asleep upstairs. Definitely have some padding not sure about adjustability. I must admit 100l on my back for more than 10 minutes I would want a dedicated backpack - but certainly much better than the handles would be as shoulder straps.
It's packed away at the moment, I only used it as a holdall and I can't remember about the shoulder straps sorry
Thanks, are they padded & adjustable? Are the shoulder straps padded & adjustable please?
Posted 28th FebPosted 28th Feb
Berghaus Twenty Four Seven Plus 25 Rucksack - £21.99 @ Amazon£21.99 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
25L for £21.99. Tame your stuff - the internal organiser and pockets keep all your essentials right where you need them Keep your cool - the vented foam flow back system lets… Read more
Thanks for posting OP. Ordered myself one. Started walking to the supermarket for some shopping in an effort to (a) not get any fatter and (b) get out of the WFH environment for an hour. This will be ideal for carrying back a bunch of groceries. The dimensions noted on Amazon seem to be misleading, with all three litre sizing options showing the same dimensions, so will be interesting to see whether it will count as the "free" Ryanair/Easyjet bag option. As always, the official Berghaus website shows no dimensions for any bags.
Some bargains are just too good to pass up on. The only way to resist is to uninstall the app, and I don't think I will be doing that. It's good to share bargains though so I appreciate those who do. Many thanks.
Good price, well made rucksack. Small enough not to be too bulky, we aren't always going on an expedition, big enough to be useful most of the time. Heat added.
Had one of these for years now, it gets used and abused every weekend on family days out and shows absolutely no sign of wear.
Mine arrived today with free delivery (cancelled Prime few months back (shock)), looks really solid. Was a little worried about it being too big but it doesn't look that oversized on my frame, looking forward to taking it out this Spring/Summer and onwards! Now just need someone to find me a good sleeping bag and tent deal ;)
Got mine used for around 50 pounds it's built like a tank could always get a short back military issue began for peanuts
£200+ and not the type of bag you would recommend to someone who was just starting out wild camping
I've got an old Macpac rucksack that needs a repair to the harness. Not sure whether to just get a new rucksack instead
I wish I had a room just for rucksacks and holdalls. Where they were all visible and lit up individually within hands reach rather than being stuffed inside each other or hanging up in a shed. I want this so bad but just bought the Berghaus 50l holdall today on another deal.
Posted 27th FebPosted 27th Feb
Berghaus TwentyFourSeven Plus 15 Litre Backpack, £17.99 (+£4.49) at Amazon£17.99Amazon Deals
Nice bag on offer at amazon. A stylish and practical rucksack for everyday adventures. With plenty of space and various compartments, the TwentyFourSeven+ Rucksack from Bergh… Read more
May be too big for some people but if you fill up your 25 / 30 litre one it will be too small for you personally. I have a Deuter Speed Lite 12 litre and larger ones too but the 12 litre one is mainly on my back. 15 would be a good compromise and easily fit enough gear for one, more than enough space.
I have 25 and 30l versions of this, and they're great for running or cycling/commuting. Good quality. 15l is quite small though.
i have one of these. it holds enough for a couple of days away. good quality
I was just looking for something like this. Thank you (y)