Reviews by Topic

Our analysis shows how reviewers feel about different topics. Please note these are not full reviews.

Hiking

Thinktank Rotation 180 34L Backpack

(1/1)

Like most camera-specific hiking bags, there really is no way to organize your gear this way and maintain the easy access. So, there is a trade-off for the rotational quick access. There are a lot of ways to attach and configure gear to the outside of the bag, which does help to move some of the heavier bits to better locations.  You can break the bag down into three main sections: the ROTATION 180° 10L waist pack, the main 40L compartment, and the external pockets and attachment points

Positive
21 days ago

Wandrd Prvke

(1/1)

The bag itself is on the heavy side but has been comfortable on casual hikes and the standard camera cube can hold a decent sized travel kit. I’ve used it as my photography first one bag several times, and have found it small enough to be my daypack as well.

Positive
cowboy-poet
1 year ago

Comfort

Thinktank Rotation 180 34L Backpack

(1/1)

You can also use the pouch on the left side of the bag. There is a strap on the side to secure the top of the tripod, lashing it to the side of the bag. Heavier tripods may skew weight distribution, though. Wide shoulder straps distribute the back weight and a padded, breathable back make the Rotation 34L Backpack comfortable

Positive
21 days ago

Wandrd Prvke

(1/2)

The thickness of the shoulder padding is simply dwarfed by what’s on the back panel. The amount of padding here is enough to make some bus seats blush; thus, a good amount of the credit for the carrying comfort of the PRVKE 21L is owed to the back panel. The only downside is that because of how thick the foam panels are, the luggage pass-through is a bit tight to use, especially when the backpack’s fully packed.

Positive
2 months ago
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Strap

Compartment

Wandrd Prvke

(1/2)

WANDRD PRVKE 21L | The water bottle pocket folds flat, though the front pocket also shares that trait.

Positive
2 months ago
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