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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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  • This Backpack is highly rated receiving 4.5 Stars out of 5 Stars based on over 100 Customer Reviews.
  • Our research indicates that 30L Peak Design Everyday V1 Backpack is $82.01 less (35.35% Savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $231.96.
  • Includes Limited Lifetime Warranty.
  • Eligible for returns within 30 Days (details). -slickdewmaster
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Waiting for the Amazon Basics version. CTRL-C CTRL-V 💰

https://youtu.be/HbxWGjQ2szQ
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.
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.

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Applies to charcoal too
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I have had this bag for three-ish years now. Love it and really recommend it. Sometimes I wish I had the 20L but it's still a great bag to have.
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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.
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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.
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Waiting for the Amazon Basics version. CTRL-C CTRL-V 💰

https://youtu.be/HbxWGjQ2szQ
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I have a lot of Peak bags and stuff and had this in the 20L but I sold it and eventually went back to a more traditional camera backpack, I really didn't like it that much for carrying camera gear and the material is kind of stiff. Great looking bag though and the top opening flap is great when you are flying.
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This is the V2 version as well, I picked this up last year when it came out for only $199 and its an amazing bag. I use it for pretty much everything and carry all my camera gear with me. If I want, I can even cram my fpv goggles and radio into it with some lipos as well as my camera, a tripod, and strap the drone to the back of the backpack with the included straps under the magnetic zip cover. (this thing has soooo many hidden pockets and security straps!)

This is pretty much my peak bag in terms of weight, style, and functionality. Heh. Peak.
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Thanks.
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This is the V2 version as well, I picked this up last year when it came out for only $199 and its an amazing bag. I use it for pretty much everything and carry all my camera gear with me. If I want, I can even cram my fpv goggles and radio into it with some lipos as well as my camera, a tripod, and strap the drone to the back of the backpack with the included straps under the magnetic zip cover. (this thing has soooo many hidden pockets and security straps!)

This is pretty much my peak bag in terms of weight, style, and functionality. Heh. Peak.
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

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 which is significantly more expensive
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Quote from Kyleli :
This is the V2 version as well, I picked this up last year when it came out for only $199 and its an amazing bag. I use it for pretty much everything and carry all my camera gear with me. If I want, I can even cram my fpv goggles and radio into it with some lipos as well as my camera, a tripod, and strap the drone to the back of the backpack with the included straps under the magnetic zip cover. (this thing has soooo many hidden pockets and security straps!)

This is pretty much my peak bag in terms of weight, style, and functionality. Heh. Peak.
Is it v2, it looks like v1
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Is it still a good deal?
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This is the V1.
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Is this for carrying camera gear?
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