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30L Peak Design Everyday V1 Backpack (Black or Charcoal) EXPIRED

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BH Photo Video has 30L Peak Design Everyday V1 Backpack (Black or Charcoal) on sale for $149.95. Shipping is free.

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Key Features:
  • Holds 2 DSLR Bodies & 3-6 Lenses
  • Dedicated 16" Laptop or 11" Tablet Sleeve
  • Three Flexfold Dividers Protect Gear
  • Built-In Expansion with Maglatch System
  • Exterior & Sub-Divided Interior Pockets
  • Adjustable Backpack Straps
  • Hidden Waist Strap
  • Top Grab Handle & Side Briefcase Strap
  • Pass-Through Luggage Strap
  • Durable Kodra Fabric & Weatherproof Coat
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Quote from daledemp :
Is it still a good deal?
in a word, yes.
I bought my 20L V1 off Peak Design's site when they announced the V2 and put the V1 line on sale. After tax it was 155 -- this is a solid deal.
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Is this for carrying camera gear?
In a word, yes.

but I've been using the 20L for work for the past year carrying just about everything that isn't a camera.
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Is this for carrying camera gear?
Yeah but I have the 10L sling and LOVE it and I don't even own a camera. They make great bags with tons of thoughtful compartments and features. The material is stiff-yet-soft which makes it great for anything that needs protection like misc tech things.
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Confirmed this is the V1 (which i prefer).

The interior side flap internal pockets have dividers (which is a much better design) than v2. V2 does have nicer, more comfortable straps.

The bags are great, but SUPER heavy. There metal flaps and buckles while robust easily scratch soft plastics like car interiors. I wish Peak made a premium ultra-light version where ever there was metal, it was replaced with a high strength plastic/synthetic material.
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I really need a good traveling backpack. But this looks too big. Any thoughts?
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Quote from DunDee910 :
I really need a good traveling backpack. But this looks too big. Any thoughts?
Don't get this one and buy a smaller bag.
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I bought in on the kickstarter, and I heard they made a few revisions to the one I have. It's held up nicely over the years but I have been using it a bit less than I could be.


30L is really 22L, and the 'smaller' one is really an 18L, and not 20L it claims to be due to the main 'flap' on top expanding. If it's on the lowest rug, it's holding 22L. Only on the top 'rug' clasp will it hold 30L capacity.


Overall I like how you can open it from the top or bottom due to the dual zippers, but you should be careful because if you leave it half zipped, all your shit is going to spill out.
Regular $30-50 backpacks sell for $10-15 wholesale. This one maybe you can get the Chinese knockoff for $40-50.
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Can anyone tell me where can I find memento backpack?
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Designed for the creative and active individual alike, the new 30L black Everyday Backpack from Peak Design is the larger Everyday that has been fashioned to fit those taller than 5'5" while holding a couple of full frame DSLR bodies with 3-6 lenses. A dedicated laptop sleeve fits a 16" laptop and 11" tablet. Three Flexfold touch fastening dividers can be configured to create cubbies and pass-throughs to protect a variety of camera and lens combinations among other types of gear. The Maglatch system allows your bag to expand if you find yourself carrying even more gear than usual. Dual exterior side pockets and a compression strap can keep a tripod, umbrella, or water bottle securely attached to your backpack.

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/find...415987-REG
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Unfortunately newer peak design stuff has changed. Back in the day it was mostly functional but also looked decent. But everything I've gotten recently has been form over function. Looks good but doesn't function all that well. Odd shaped openings, unoptimized space, too heavy, materials that easily scuff etc. The bags are nothing special - I'd go with shimoda personally. The capture clip system is the only thing that I still use.
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FYI. This was too big for my mirrorless setup with 5 lenses. Not enough separators so each "section" is left with lots of vacant space. My camera and lenses would tumble around in there. Could work better with extra separators but honestly, after all the hype about PD, I thought the bag was meh for the price. overall, biggest negative was too much things flying around and if you put something like keys or other small items in the top compartment, they will fall down/through to other sections because the separators end up leave gaps around the edges.
Agreed. The only lens that doesn't tumble for me is my telephoto, and even then the bag doesn't seem to be that space efficient because it takes up an entire row.

Bag is also kinda heavy. It's sturdy and well made. But I definitely wouldn't take it with me for hiking/landscapes/wildlife/vacation. Good urban backpack but too heavy for me for daily or outdoor use.

It's well made, but not as weather resistant as advertised. I'm out in the snow a lot, and they advertised waterproof fabric, but this guy sucks up snow like a no other. Really alarming for a camera bag.
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This is not the V2. You can compare the stitching on the top lid compared to Peak Design's own website: https://www.peakdesign.com/collec...3300771884 [peakdesign.com]

Oh and also, B&H has a completely separate listing for the V2, where it is explicitly called out as the V2: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...0l_v2.html [bhphotovideo.com] which is significantly more expensive
Ahhh, I'm an idiot. I just glanced at my bag and forgot that the v1 line had an all black skew. I was remembering the black + red one from the v1 lineup!
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I had this for a few years. It can hold a lot of stuff. I can see why small mirrorless set can be too loose in it. But I fit two Nikon DSLR and one attached to 200-500 lens. Along with several other lenses include 300 f4, 105 micro, a 13" laptop, filters etc. I do find good uses for all those extra straps, loops.

After strap on the tripod, it can be quite heavy. It's well made and I never had any concern of breaking anything. But do wish it has padded wider waist straps. So, it is not very good for long hike, say, > a couple hours.

The empty bag will feel rigid and not fit your form. But it is by design: once the bag is full, it sits comfortably on your shoulders.
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