Berghaus uniseks podróżny mule rucsack, czarny/czarny, jeden rozmiar

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Marka Berghaus
Kolor Czarny / Czarny
Nazwa modelu Travel Mule

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  • Dopasowane podparcie tworzy unikalne dopasowanie, dzięki czemu obciążenie jest lżejsze i podnosi się do w pełni regulowanych pasków
  • Oddziel swój sprzęt i uporządkuj swój sprzęt dzięki odpinanemu pakietowi na rolce z łatwym uchwytem do noszenia
  • Gotowa na wszystko w podróży, daje Ci wszystkie opcje, ze światem kieszeni i punktami mocowania, jest dość elastyczna
  • Łatwe pakowanie dzięki całemu zamkowi błyskawicznemu
  • Korzystaj z przylegania pleców do wspierającego wstępnie zakrzywionego pasa biodrowego.
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Szczegóły produktu

  • Wymiary opakowania ‏ : ‎ 69 x 33 x 13 cm; 2.12 kg
  • Data pierwszej dostępności ‏ : ‎ 29 września 2020
  • Producent ‏ : ‎ Berghaus
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B082FN7RYX
  • Kraj pochodzenia ‏ : ‎ Wietnam
  • Dział ‏ : ‎ Uniseks
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    4,5 z 5 gwiazdek Liczba ocen: 36

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Dopasowane podparcie zapewnia wyjątkowe dopasowanie, dzięki czemu ładunek jest lżejszy i zmniejsza się do pełni regulowanych pasków. Oddziel swój sprzęt dzięki zdejmowanemu pakietowi na kółkach z łatwym uchwytem do przenoszenia. Gotowy na wszystko podczas podróży, daje Ci wszystkie opcje, dzięki czemu świat kieszeni i punktom mocowania, jest bardzo elastyczny.


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Opinie o produkcie

4,5 z 5 gwiazdek
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Baltohusky
5,0 z 5 gwiazdek Great!
Opinia napisana w Wielkiej Brytanii dnia 5 marca 2021
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rob jones
5,0 z 5 gwiazdek Great bag
Opinia napisana w Wielkiej Brytanii dnia 4 kwietnia 2022
Marcel
3,0 z 5 gwiazdek Good looking, interesting design, not sure about using in rough terrain, no instructions!!!
Opinia napisana w Wielkiej Brytanii dnia 10 stycznia 2022
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Marcel
3,0 z 5 gwiazdek Good looking, interesting design, not sure about using in rough terrain, no instructions!!!
Opinia napisana w Wielkiej Brytanii dnia 10 stycznia 2022
Last large backpack I bought was so good, I didn't need one for the next...17 years??? And trust me, it's still better than this Berghaus.

I own a couple of Berghaus outdoor items and generally hold them in high regard. I've had tall hiking Gore-Tex shoes from them for a number of years now and more recently a light neck gaiter. Both items are really good quality. But they needed no instructions.
So I never came across this apparently common issue with Berghaus products. No instructions, very little useful item descriptions, no specs…It's a disgrace. Perhaps Berghaus thinks it's entertaining to discover things on your own. Not what I expect from a £100+ product. They won't even have more info on their own website!
This backpack is described as an all-journey type. You can climb a mountain with a wheeled suitcase. Some people will laugh or shake their heads, but ultimately no one can stop you from doing it.
I do believe in dedicated travel equipment. And that's the problem with this backpack. I can't really work out what category of journeys I'd use this for.
It's because it has certain solutions typical for an expedition backpack, but at the same time it has things that are designed for light travel…
The most annoying thing is that I have no clue what material it's made of. It doesn't say anywhere, even on the backpack itself! Makes me think it's not entirely waterproof. My old backpack was made of Cordura - a material with the ability to withstand almost torrential rains, also very durable. This one is certainly worse. It passed splashing with water, but it's the seals, zippers and prolonged exposure to rainfall that will earn the title. It has to be tested in the field.
The padding is also weird. At first I was impressed with how thick it is, but the material they used feels like a very thick sponge. I fear it would affect my shoulders after a long walk with heavy load.
The design is...interesting. I'm not sure what to think of it. I like the detachable small backpack - this is useful, although it leaves more dangling straps on the main part. The main compartment is certainly large. It opens all the way… up from the bottom. Ok so I have to take it off every time I need to take anything out of it. So weird! It has a nice and fairly large top pocket, but size-wise it's about 20% of the main part? There are lots of attachments for side compartments (not included).
Like everyone else, I was a bit puzzled with the back cover. What is this for? Ok perhaps so a transport belt at the airport doesn't rip any straps off. Fair enough. But will it dangle behind me like a flag once open? Because Berghaus didn't explain what to do with this. And it certainly wasn't obvious that you had to roll and tuck it into an invisible area under the backpack. Uffff…Oh wait, there's a side carry handle??? Oh now it makes perfect sense. It's a hybrid suitcase not a travel backpack.
But then it has all those regulation systems for back and straps, a decent hip belt...It even has straps inside the main compartment (perhaps in the end my stuff won't all fall out when I open it). It also has the largest and toughest zippers I've seen.
And then the small detachable backpack. This I like. It's made of the same unknown material. Designed for lightweight stuff, with its extra thin, meshy straps. But it feels comfortable. The opening is the same as one of a dry bag - a rolled up top that has clips on the sides. Except I again have no idea if it's waterproof.

I may have a trip lined up in the summer, which may be a good test for this backpack. Who knows how long Covid will hold our lives ransom...Hopefully not for much longer.
This backpack is priced at £106. It's not a huge expense, but it is more expensive than my 55l expedition backpack - if memory serves well. And the other one is fully waterproof, very functional, with the compartment I can ask someone to open while I'm carrying it. And it's really comfortable. As per my ranking, 3 stars mean undecided but not bad. I wish I could give more, but I have to be fair. I hope Berghaus can learn from it and come up with a great follow-up.

Thank you for reading my review. I hope you found it helpful.
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Seth
4,0 z 5 gwiazdek An odd beast, but it’s useful! A hybrid holdall/backpack that’s not quite sure what it wants to be.
Opinia napisana w Wielkiej Brytanii dnia 8 stycznia 2022
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Seth
4,0 z 5 gwiazdek An odd beast, but it’s useful! A hybrid holdall/backpack that’s not quite sure what it wants to be.
Opinia napisana w Wielkiej Brytanii dnia 8 stycznia 2022
First thoughts:
Pros
60L travel holdall with a good amount of internal space in the main compartment.
Additional 20L Dry Sack that can be carried separately as it has shoulder straps.
Useful side pouches and straps at two levels to secure additional equipment to the sides.
Bottom straps so equipment can be tied to the bottom of the bag.
Padded shoulder straps and hip belt using a similar system to my Berghaus expedition packs but hidden away in a concealed section.
Carry handle on the side of the pack.

Cons
No rain cover so may have to buy one separately to cover the less water resistant material and zips.
Doesn’t lay flat on a surface with the harness system packed away (very lumpy on the underside of the bag).

Well this is an odd combination of designs, but if you treat it as a holdall with a more comfortable way of carrying it then it starts to make a lot more sense, and the extra equipment anchors become an added convenience.
The 20L bag is described as a day bag but in my opinion this is a Dry Sack with shoulder straps for ease of carrying. It is a waterproof sack with the familiar roll top connector, but there are a few slots inside the bag for a tablet and other items (you don’t normally see this in a standard dry sack).

Details and things to note (See pictures):
A travel holdall with a large internal space mixed with some of the comfort elements of a hiking pack. There are straps inside the main compartment to secure clothing and large items, this also prevents things falling out when the compartment is opened. This is because the main compartment is accessed from the bottom which opens and folds up towards the top (designed to be opened when laid flat in my opinion).
Pockets, loops and securing straps on the sides and bottom so I can add tripods, hike poles and other equipment, but as the comfort isn’t quite at the same level as my Berghaus expedition pack, I probably would stop short of attaching tent parts and sleeping equipment, but you definitely can as the setup is very similar.
There’s a reasonably sized top pocket which is handy for storing items you need to keep close at hand.
There is a separate 20L bag that can be connected to the exterior and I found this most useful for storing quick to access items that would take too long to get out of the main compartment.
The strap system is very similar to the comfort adjustment system on my expedition pack, and although it doesn’t have the same level of customisation and adjustment, it was familiar and easy to adjust for weight and comfort of the bag contents. There’s a padded hip belt with a mesh slot pocket and equipment loops on the shoulder straps. All of this is concealed behind a zip compartment, but it does make the bag look a bit lumpy. This may be useful when storing the pack for vehicle travel. The flap to this compartment can be folded, tucked away and stored with the hook and loop fastening by finding a hidden compartment just underneath the lower back pad (this took me a while to work out where the flap was meant to go once opened).

Final thoughts:
The internal volume is pretty good and should suit sports travellers pretty well. I did find it quite useful for transporting camera and drone equipment to location by filling the internal void with camera cubes, but great care needs to be taken as it opens from the bottom only, and items could fall out if you need somebody to access items while you’re wearing the pack.
The external 20L sack was the perfect size to carry an additional 150-500mm Telephoto lens in its padded case, and fits to the outside of the main pack for quick access.
If you travel using holdalls then I’d highly recommend this as an alternative to lugging a bag over one shoulder or for those that need to get equipment from A to B in a bit more comfort.
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Mr C
4,0 z 5 gwiazdek Versatile Double Backpack System That's Well Made... No Instructions Makes For Some Puzzle Solving
Opinia napisana w Wielkiej Brytanii dnia 7 stycznia 2022
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Mr C
4,0 z 5 gwiazdek Versatile Double Backpack System That's Well Made... No Instructions Makes For Some Puzzle Solving
Opinia napisana w Wielkiej Brytanii dnia 7 stycznia 2022
Why are there never any instructions with Berghaus? I don't necessarily want a mental challenge when I get a new bag. As it is there was one element that had me perplexed for a while but more on that later.

Overall this is a good bag (or should that be bags) from Berghaus. Construction is excellent with great zips, good stitching and enough storage places. The idea being that the main 60 Litre capacity holds your major things for a trip and then you can store essential day things in the 20 Litre bag so that you can detach that and take that, rather than lugging the main (presumably heavy bag) with you.

THE SMALLER BAG (20 Litres)
This is lightweight and features only the one main storage space and within that there is a laptop sized storage area and a smaller zipped compartment, perfect for wallet, passports etc. This zipped compartment features a red zipper which makes it easier to find in the gloom of the bag - it's all very black and dark. The straps are unpadded mesh types but adjustable.

That main compartment does not have a zip so on first appearances it appears to be completely open to the elements. There are two clips though so you simply fold it down and then pull the clips together creating a rain proof seal.

THE MAIN BAG (60 Litres)
This is a more traditional rucksack. It features a zipped compartment which covers the carry straps which needs to be unzipped fully to gain access. This is where I ran into the puzzle of what to do with the now bag length flap that was hanging from the bottom of the bag? I just had visions of me walking around with a mini blue waist height cape flapping in the breeze :)

After a bit of head scratching I discovered that you need to roll that flap up and there is a small cavity in the base of the bag for it to be stored and held in place with some velcro.

The straps are very nicely padded as are the hip/waist straps. They are also adjustable. Where this differs from a "normal" rucksack of this nature is that there is no access to the main compartment from the top of the bag. There is a small pouch at the top but if you want to gain access to the main compartment the bag must be laid horizontally on the ground and then the main compartment is unzipped much like a holdall bag.

COMBINING BOTH BAGS
Again it's a bit of a head scratcher re-combining the bags so make sure you remember what was clipped to what when you first take it apart. Aside from the lack of instructions mentioned earlier, I do wonder why Berghaus don't use red coloured clips to aid in knowing what connects where.

CONCLUSIONS
Aside from the lack of instructions (which would help Berghaus if you are listening), this is a well constructed bag. I do like the combining nature of it as it makes it far more practical to drop the large bag and take the smaller one on short/quick trips.

With that said though, the main issue I can see is finding somewhere to safely and securely "drop" the main bag. If you are camping then it won't be a problem (leave it in the tent or car), but if out hiking with both you'll have to remember where you've left it.

Otherwise once you get your head around it, this is another good quality bag from Berghaus.
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