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BuzyG

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Re: Day Pack
« Reply #15 on: 21:21:52, 06/02/18 »

My son and I both have these as day packs. Very comfortable and well made sack. O0

https://www.regatta.com/blackfell-ii-35-litre-rucksack-oxford-blue/

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RogerA

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Re: Day Pack
« Reply #17 on: 16:39:36, 08/02/18 »
I've now purchased a Lowe Alpine Airzone Pro + 35:45
Took it out for a 10 mile night walk last night and loved it.
Completely overspecced for what I need but I've very pleased.

Thanks for all your help and advice guys!
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sussamb

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Re: Day Pack
« Reply #18 on: 16:44:50, 08/02/18 »
Great choice.  What did you have to pay for it in the end?
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RogerA

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Re: Day Pack
« Reply #19 on: 16:48:49, 08/02/18 »
Great choice.  What did you have to pay for it in the end?

75  - found in GoOutdoors for 99 and persuaded them to price match an online price - there was an online at 65 they wouldnt match as it was a different colour. Funnily enough it was in saying no to the 65 that the shop assistant found the 75 deal they would match for me - some good service there.
I could probably have got a bit cheaper if I'd waited or spent more time shopping around but I'm happy with what I paid.
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sussamb

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Re: Day Pack
« Reply #20 on: 17:01:04, 08/02/18 »
Not bad. Glad you like it  O0
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