- Dimensiones del producto: 33 x 29 x 48 cm ; 699 g
- Número de modelo del producto: TVL87ZB
- ASIN: B004SU7LYQ
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 14 de marzo de 2012
- Valoración media de los clientes: 2 opiniones de clientes
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº278.524 en Zapatos y complementos (Ver el Top 100 en Zapatos y complementos)
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Descripción del producto
Marca: Jansport Dimensiones (LxAnxAl): 33 cm x 29 cm x 48 cm Notebook Bag tipo: Mochilas compartimento de portátil: Sí Dimensiones compartimento para portátil (LxWxH): 40 cm x 29 cm x 4 cm Peso en kg: 0,70 kg Capacidad en litros: aprox 41 Organizador de - 50 Material: Poliéster características adicionales: portabolígrafos, mango, incluye: bolsillo interior (S), bolsillo exterior (S), forro, espalda acolchada, compartimento para una fina archivador de palanca soporte para teléfono móvil, compartimento con cremallera, Tipo de cierre: cremallera
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Soy estudiante y llevo tres años usándola diariamente y está como nueva.
Excelente material. La relación calidad / precio ha resultado increible.
Las cremalleras son de excelente calidad, al igual que el material de la mochila.
Opiniones de clientes más útiles en Amazon.com
This backpack is great if you are looking to cram it full of stuff. I routinely carry my xbox 360, gym clothes, and a few snacks for work and there is still plenty of room for more. Seriously, you can fill this bag up and it'll look like you are preparing for a camping trip!
There are 2 large main pockets one of which has a divider pouch that you can easily fit a book or possibly a laptop snugly into. Then of course there are the two smaller pockets in the front. The top one (w/ logo on it) unfortunately is just a basic pocket which can be a bit too large for some items, allowing them to bounce a bit much. The lower pocket is a lot more useful as there is little compartments there. Also there is the convenient bottle holder on the side.
I've had this for roughly 2 months and use it almost daily. So far no issues with it at all. Over my last backpack I can tell this one will last quite a bit longer. The material is much more supportive all around. My past backpacks seem to be kind of deceptive to the bottom wearing out, it looks this one is a bit more durable here due to the fabric used.
I just have one small issue, I hate how the zippers are a bit hidden thanks to the lip like guard around them. A lot of times it is annoying to grab/dig for the zipper. Minor complaint on a otherwise great product.
Only problem is that this advert specifically said there was a "v-loft pocket", and there definitely is not. Even the picture has the v-loft pocket, but mine didn't come with one.
It may seem I'm overreacting, but it's the whole reason I bought the bag, thinking the pocket would be there (it's perfect to hold a phone, wallet, and a couple of pens and have really simple access).
I was just disappointed it wasn't honest and accurate.
I purchased this thinking back to the old days of college where JanSport was the prominent bag to own. I needed a low cost, light weight bag. This fits the profile and serves well in that regard. However, don't expect to get high-end features at this price level. I wore the bag for a city excursion for about 8 hours and here are my findings.
1 - The back has no padding and due to the warmer temps I wished I had some kind of breathable mesh to keep me cooler. Also, no padding meant lumpy materials in the pack can press into your spine. Again, not the fault of the bag.
2 - The sewing quality is somewhat poor. I didn't check it over when I first got it, but during my walk I opened and closed the bag several times only to find the zippers catching on too many loose threads. Over time the bag would unravel, in my opinion. Good thing I caught it early and was able to use a bic lighter to melt some of the threads. I hope that's the end of that problem, at least for now.
3 - The lack of sternum straps across the chest makes the bag very uncomfortable for the shoulders. I only had 5 pounds in the bag. Poor design.
So given the above, I now know this is not suitable as a hiking bag. I guess it is time to spend about $100 for a more suitable day hike model from Kelty, North Face, REI, or EMS, etc.
I recently used the bag as an overnighter. I packed three days worth of clothes and a 15-inch laptop in this thing. It came in at 25 pounds or so. I was ok walking from the train station to the hotel and back for the return trip. Maybe 15-30 minutes walking. The bag held up. Not the most comfortable bag on your back for 20-25 pounds, for sure, but doable.