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Promoted 06-08-2016 by slickdewmaster at 07:46 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has Osprey Packs Volt 60 Backpack (Tar Black) on sale for $114. Shipping is free. Thanks Donkeybat64
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Edited June 8, 2016 at 06:37 AM by TattyBear
Brand new for 2016, been looking at this, surprised to see the back model only $114 instead of $180. Price is $180 everywhere else.

The Volt is updated for 2016, the old version got great reviews, and it has the best value for the dollar and rated as a "best buy" from outdoorgearlab.

On Camelcamelcamel, $114 is the lowest its ever been. Don't know how long it will be sold for.

http://www.outdoorgearlab.com/Bac...ey-Volt-75

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B014EBQ...UTF8&psc=1
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#4
One of the reviews stated:

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This is an outdated pack. This is not the newest model of Volt packs from Osprey, and is therefore missing several key features
I'm on the fence...I want it for the price especially if it is the new version, and don't really mind returning it if not, but would rather know for sure ahead of time.

OP, did you order and already get yours? Or is this new as of today? I guess I'll bite and see what happens.
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One of the reviews stated:



I'm on the fence...I want it for the price especially if it is the new version, and don't really mind returning it if not, but would rather know for sure ahead of time.

OP, did you order and already get yours? Or is this new as of today? I guess I'll bite and see what happens.
hi thecleaner, I purchased this pack, but have not received it yet. I compared the details/photos to the osprey website, it looks identical.
http://www.ospreypacks.com/us/en/...OLT60.html

its fulfilled by amazon so i'm not too worried.

here is the "older" model review for reference:
https://www.amazon.com/Osprey-Men...roduct_top
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I used the Volt 75 on a one night, 22 mile trip this spring. I really like it. Lightweight, comfortable, simple (not as many pockets as other packs).
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Problem with osprey bags...there arent any freakin pockets on the outside. Its difficult to get to small things that you access a lot. Thats the reason I got rid of mine and picked up an REI branded one. Much nicer...better packing options.
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Quote from FHRITP View Post :
Problem with osprey bags...there arent any freakin pockets on the outside. Its difficult to get to small things that you access a lot. Thats the reason I got rid of mine and picked up an REI branded one. Much nicer...better packing options.
Looking at the outside, it looks like this bag is the same. Thanks for the feedback.
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Quote from TheCleaner View Post :
One of the reviews stated:



I'm on the fence...I want it for the price especially if it is the new version, and don't really mind returning it if not, but would rather know for sure ahead of time.

OP, did you order and already get yours? Or is this new as of today? I guess I'll bite and see what happens.

well one review from may 9th says its not the new version
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Quote from xninjagrrl View Post :
well one review from may 9th says its not the new version
from the Q&A in section:

The backpack is the same as the picture. It does not come with a rain cover.
By Sebastian Ortiz on May 21, 2016
Yes, the backpack looks exactly like the one in the pictures. No, the pack does not come with a rain cover.
By Eli S. on May 26, 2016
I received a volt 60 that was the same as the picture. Love this pack. There is not a rain cover but the top folds over give access to items in the bag working like a small rain cover. Looks the pack up on YouTube. Lots of great reviews.
By DesertOx on May 26, 2016

They received the same item as the photos, the photos are the same as the website (2016 colorways are red and black, see link above). FWIW
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Quote from mattsorensen View Post :
I used the Volt 75 on a one night, 22 mile trip this spring. I really like it. Lightweight, comfortable, simple (not as many pockets as other packs).
75L for a 1 nighter?
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I have a volt 60 older model from a couple years back It has lots of tiny pockets and the top lid has a pocket that can be opened from the inside and outside. I don't know where that guy was saying it didn't have enough pockets on the outside. Overall its a really nice pack with lots of adjustability. The raincover from my understanding only comes with European versions.
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I have a volt 60 older model from a couple years back It has lots of tiny pockets and the top lid has a pocket that can be opened from the inside and outside. I don't know where that guy was saying it didn't have enough pockets on the outside. Overall its a really nice pack with lots of adjustability. The raincover from my understanding only comes with European versions.

correct! its sold seperately for about 25 - 30 dollars
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75L for a 1 nighter?
I've been there. Fishing gear. My daughters stuff. She just turned 4. Extra days wouldn't have made a difference. I still had plenty of space for more clothes and food. It was the bulky stuff that takes up most of my pack. Also my camera gear takes up space too. I'm not sure how you guys are packing so light.

One night there was a downpour for hours so the wood was soaked thru. I like to bring my hachet with me on those days and that takes up space. Or bring my own dry lumber to start the fire.

If I'm not fishing then of course I'll have extra space. But I'm perfectly content to have a bag that is only partly full. I do not have this desire to fill up any remaining space.

If anyone is interested I use a baltoro 75. None of the osprey packs fit me right and no amount of savings is worth having a pack that doesn't fit.
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Hmm...it's almost four pounds. Definitely not an ultralight pack.
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