This Dorr Medium Travel Backpack, is a brilliant design, as it can be carried on the back using the shoulder straps, or put on the floor and pulled along using the detachable wheels.
Sometimes carrying a rucksack can be tiring, especially if delayed in airports, so the detachable wheels are a good design, as once they have been removed, they fit into the rucksack. The wheels are rubberised so give smooth, easy rolling and the tilt protection trolly, means that it can stand on its own, without the worry of it falling over. The comfortable padded shoulder straps are designed for long hours of carrying and the durable D600 Nylon material that the bag is made from, stands the toughest environments.
The bag can be locked and the raincover can be used to protect the bag from the worst of the weather. The bag incorporates a tripod bag and loop for easy carrying and there is a compartment which will take a 15 inch laptop. Access is excellent, as the front cover unzips around three sides of the backpack and ensures quick access to the inner compartment.
The internal dividers can be removed and placed in the optimum position for the equipment requiring carrying and as they are padded and made from soft material, they keep the expensive equipment inside clean and scratch free. The bag will take up to 7 lenses, a couple of bodies (camera of course not human) and accessories such as flashguns, cards and converters etc and is perfect for keen photographers who need to take all their equipment with them when travelling.
D600 Nylon and Ripstop Nylon D400
|External Dimensions Backpack:||
32 x 46 x 30cm approx
|External Dimensions Inc Trolly:||
39.5 x 51 x 30cm approx
|Internal Dimensions Photo Compartment:||
29 x 42 x 18cm approx
|Laptop Compartment Dimensions:||
|Weight With Trolly:||
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