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Camelbak Urban Assault - Mochila (2 L), color negro

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CamelBak Urban Assault - Mochila de ciclismo, color negro


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Información sobre el producto
Colornegro/gris
Incluye bateríasNo
MarcaCamelBak

Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 2,5 x 2,5 x 2,5 cm ; 1,3 Kg
  • Número de modelo del producto: CBAK-URBAN-ASSAULT
  • ASIN: B002Q1GDC0
  • Producto en Amazon.es desde: 2 de mayo de 2014

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Amazon.com: 4.2 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 34 opiniones
12 de 12 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Office awesomeness 26 de mayo de 2013
Por Dworkyll - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Well, I have seen the "service version" of this backpack, which is slightly different from this one. The differences are:
* This version does not have the CCW capabilities. No hidden pocket on the lower end on the backpanel, no magazine holding panel in the middle compartment.
* The backpack arrives with a Camelbak Eddy Bottle, instead of Camelbak 100 oz/3.0L MG Omega Water Beast Reservoir
* and because of this, the side compartments do not have portholes for the water tube, but the main compartment has one. So if you have a water reservoir, you can use it.

So I was a bit suprised, I did not even know, that there are two versions.

But it fits my needs even better this way. I am an office warrior with lots of office gear. Notebook with accessories, power supply, external hard drive, mouse, you name it. Some stationery, papers, pens, USB cables. This pack handles them extremely well. First and foremost, it is superbly comfortable to wear, even heavily loaded. The things a fairly secured, and can be kept well organised inside. You need five minutes to plan a little, where to keep what, and there you go, you can find your stuff later very easily. Even the "easy access" compartments on the front panel are secured enough to keep things there.

The pack is very flexibe toward the actual load. It almost looks like the same and feels like the same, independently wether is lightly loaded or heavliy. You have to remind yourself, to take out the unnecessary cargo, because you will not notice the overweight :-) And things do not start to wander around inside even if it is not fully loaded.

I usually carry a 15" notebook in the back compartment, fits nicely. This compartment does not reach the bottom, so if the pack get hits from the bottom, like in bicycle baskets, it receives no harm. For further protection, this compartment has a sealed zipper, so even in rain it is protected.
The side compartment are perfect for 24 oz bottles, there are even a little padding on them as well, providing a certain insulation. However I carry a Thermos Vacuum Insulated 24-Ounce Stainless Steel Hydration Bottle, Charcoal there.

The manufacturing quality is superb, as it is with all Camelbak products, so no surprises here. I think it will serves me well for several years.
5 de 5 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Tough, versatile urban backpack. 2 de diciembre de 2014
Por David Lawrence - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This bag's name is a bit confusing. The name (and Camelbak's marketing) implies some sort of "tactical" bag for LEO/military types. However, you won't find many of the features of a tactical backpack here--no hefty drag handles, no MOLLE or PALS webbing, and no concealed carry pocket. What you DO get, however, is a very tough, well-designed backpack that is perfect for commuting, work, day hikes, and even overnight/weekend travel. You get the toughness of a "tactical" pack with the look and features of a high-end commuter backpack.

This bag runs on the bigger side, with a total volume of 32 liters. Not a multiday-camping-backpack by any means, but most daypacks, like the venerable North Face Recon, weigh in at under 30 liters. I happen to prefer this, as it provides more versatility for the bag, allowing it to go beyond a work/day bag and second as a 2-3 day travel bag. As a bigger guy (6 feet, 230 pounds) the bag doesn't look overly large on me, but for smaller-framed individuals it may appear a bit bulky.

The pocket layout is wonderful. The laptop compartment is separate (for ease during security screening), well-padded, and stops short of the bag's full length for added protection. The main compartment is very roomy. The admin pocket is huge for its type. Lots of little pockets here and there for organization.

However, the best pockets in my opinion are the "dove-tail" stuff pouch and the zippered side pockets. The design of this stuff pouch is much stronger and more versatile than the stretchy mesh found in most other bags. The side pockets are padded, a bit insulated, and great for the Camelbak bottle (included) or any other water bottle you may use. They're also the perfect fit for a compact umbrella.

While the bag doesn't have an internal frame or aluminum stay, the plastic back panel is quite stiff and supportive enough for any conceivable load at this size. The back padding is very thick and provides support in just the right places, while still providing channels for air circulation. The shoulder padding is a bit less so--while it's not uncomfortable, the stiff foam in the shoulder harness doesn't seem to conform to me as naturally as the Osprey daypack I also use. That said, I'm always a little reluctant to review the fit of backpacks--people are so varied it's impossible to meet everyone's comfort levels. Just know that this bag is well-built, with abundant padding for your back.

There are a few other things to look out for. All this super-tough nylon, padding, insulation, and layers of pockets adds up in weight. The bag weighs over 3 pounds empty, almost twice the weight of my similarly-sized Osprey daypack. An extra pound or so may not sound like much, but it can add up if you're planning to use this bag for extended walks or hikes. Also, the grab handle at the top of the bag is quite thin. Not fragile, but a little padding would've helped. Furthermore, the included waist strap is for stabilization ONLY (like when on a bike). It has no padding or weight-bearing properties.

Lastly, it seems awfully weird that a Camelbak backpack should be so awkwardly designed for using a hydration bladder. While both the laptop compartment and the sleeve in the main compartment could hold a bladder, neither has the hooks or attachment points needed to keep the bladder upright. Even worse, there is no traditional access point for the tube, you need to snake it through a zippered opening. I know it's primarily for urban use, but come on! This is Camelbak! Hydration compatibility should be considered standard.

And would it hurt Camelbak to provide some alternate colors?

TL:DR = Solidly built. Subdued, non-tactical look. Great pocket layout. Versatile (work commute, bike commute, travel, day hiking). Uncomfortable grab handle. Not really hydration compatible.
2 de 2 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Best Backpack!! 7 de octubre de 2016
Por Griff - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Camelbak Urban Assault .75L Classic

This might be the BEST Backpack I have ever used. I carry my pack daily to both of my jobs. I work on a ambulance and in a prison. My bag has seen a lot of tossing around and it holds up to the abuse. The Camelbak brand is Awesome. The only couple of things that would make it better is Molle loops on the front, concealed weapons pocket standard on all Assault bags, and inside water bladder bag. There is more than enough pockets on the inside to store your stuff. I can carry my 17.3" laptop in the weather proof pocket. This bag is not cheap but I will say it is worth it. I have went through several backpacks in the last couple of years but I think that will stop now after getting this bag.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas smaller than it looks 28 de marzo de 2017
Por sam - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This will work fine for a GHB ( get back home) / 2 day hike keep in your truck bag. It is very well made but I have other bags at half the cost that are just as well made. Some of the videos on utube show a belt system to mount a holster - maybe the earlier ones had this , but not mine. I had plans on putting my Zenith rs with a side folder inside but it might not be big enough - waiting on the folder to come it and then will see.
Pros:
well made

Cons:
Black is the only color - wish colors were available so it would not stand out so much
price
buckles are small and look like they will break easily
no lumbar support on waist belt

This is what I used while day hiking in Hawaii - outdoors products - sorry but no model name and I could not find one like it on line. But check out ebags and look at high serria line and outdoor products line. I should have done that my self but relied or recommendations from friends and went with this .
2 de 2 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas This is always my go to over competition like the Rush 24 and the Covrt 18 23 de agosto de 2014
Por Jake - Publicado en Amazon.com
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One of the sturdiest bags I've ever used. I'm kind of a bag-aholic. This is always my go to over competition like the Rush 24 and the Covrt 18. The laptop pouch is awesome, and I love that it's separate from the main compartment.

My only complaint, which isn't much of a complaint at all, is that when you load down the admin compartment as I do, the bag starts to fold over on itself. It still stands up unassisted and is still the best bag I've ever used.

I highly recommend it.