[Competition] What's in your Razer Backpack?

Discussion in 'Razer Gear' started by njbmartin, Jan 11, 2016.


Which bag would you recommend?






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  1. njbmartin

    njbmartin Developer of Awesome

    So I'm in the market for a new backpack, and I'd love to know what you guys can fit into your backpacks on a daily basis and why you chose it over the others.

    In return for posting your pictures, I'd like to send one of you a little care package!

    Important update
    @Razer|Technokat has joined in offering a prize to a second person who posts a picture of their backpack and contents.
    So, let's see what's in your backpacks! Here's an example picture (I don't expect you to number and list everything, just a picture):


    Bonus points for posting the utility backpack as I'm leaning towards that at the moment.
    Last edited: Feb 11, 2016
  2. Lafar

    Lafar Well-Known Member

    I don't have a Razer backpack (yet)...
    But here's the stuff I shove into my backpack
    1. Lenovo Y50
    2. LG V10 (using LG V10 to take picture, so it's showing a OnePlus One)
    3. Charger brick
    4. Pen + paper for coding
    5. OnePlus micro USB cable
    6. Kraken Pro 2012
    7. Backpack (High Sierra Elite, butterfly zipper) (Here's something very similar)
    8. Team Razer cap
    9. Vespula
    10. BlackWidow Ultimate 2014 (broken... ;()

    Some things I didn't include:
    DeathAdder Chroma
    (working)BlackWidow Ultimate 2014
    Power strip (for LAN parties, or tight situations)
    Snacks (ate them all... sorry)
    Adaro IEMs (I usually bring either Krakens or Adaros)
    I used to bring a DAC (Behringer UCA 202) with me since the laptop's onboard audio was horrific. But now that I have the LG V10, I just use it as my primary music player (its DAC is real purty).

    Who can name both instruments? :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

    I chose my backpack mainly because it has a dedicated laptop sleeve with extra padding at the bottom, butterfly zipper for easier TSA (airport security) checking, very sturdy handle, and its ability to "fit" a BlackWidow. Recently had to remove the bottom padding against the lumbar since it was pilling my clothing...

    I'd get the Mercenary backpack, but it is a tidbit small, and I'm not sure if it'll fit my 15.6" laptop... The Tactical Pro backpack has wayy more space, so I might end up getting that one instead. Linus' review is quite nice.
    Last edited: Jan 12, 2016
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  3. Alto Saxophone and Bassoon?

    Although I don't have a Razer Tactical backpack, I have seen someone at my school use one. I assume he carries all his textbooks, papers, binder, etc. in there (I'm a high school student).

    Backpack I use (for anyone interested): The North Face Jester
  4. R3neg4deDav3

    R3neg4deDav3 Member

    Razer Tactical Backpack of a college student

    1. Lenovo Y40-80
    2. Shield Tablet
    3. Razer Kraken Pro
    4. Arc Touch mouse
    5. Torch Flash Light
    6. High powered laser pointer
    7. A deck of cards
    8. Various tools and bike lube
    plus other miscellaneous items pictures

    Item in back pack, but not pictured:
    Laptop charger
    2-3 books and a 3 ring binder
    Plus there's still open space

    Highly Recommend it!
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  5. mike89conde

    mike89conde Member

    I have both the tactical pro backpack and the utility backpack for gaming and work, respectively.


    I can fit my razer blade 14 within the main compartment which can hold up to a 17" notebook. My blade is housed within its armored carry case which is then sheltered by my coolermaster u2 laptop cooling pad and its carrying strap. The second compartment contains my kraken pro around the provided headset mount which works well together. Beneath that, I am able to hold one sabertooth controller in its case as well as the ammo bag on top of that which holds my blade's compact charger. In that same compartment's divider, I can store my goliathus mousepad and extra mousepads. In the front compartment, I just have some usb drives and I do use the keyholder for my house keys. I'm hoping to get an NVidia shield k1 to fill that missing spot for the tablet compartment. On the pouches that flank the sides of my tactical pro, I store my orbweaver in one and my ferox on the opposite. I bought two more molle pouches to have on top of the two that come with the tactical pro and store my naga, my orochi, the removable cooling fans that go with my coolermaster u2, and miscellaneous items like hdmi cables and chargers for my cell phone.
    My utility backpack holds my necessary gear for my workplace: a stethoscope, penlight, multiple pens, markers, highlighters, trauma shears, notebook, clipboard, and an extra pair of scrubs just in case.
    I highly recommend both bags as they are incredibly durable, stylish, and spacious. The tactical pro has many compartments, moreso than the other backpacks offered on razerzone. The other main reason that I chose it is because of its simplicity. It does not attract too much attention yet it feels appropriate for an adult. The utility backpack has a dedicated spot to carry a notebook or tablet but I wanted to use it for when I go camping or hiking and for general all-purpose usage. It opens up to a sizeable amount for my intentions and I chose it because it's also one of the least expensive backpacks available.

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    Last edited: Jan 13, 2016
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    SEAWEEEEDA Active Member

    i'm a university student and my backpack costs me like $10 USD, free ordinary wired mouse and headphones, basic laptop 4 years ago boohooo! jealous much.
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  7. njbmartin

    njbmartin Developer of Awesome

    Nice! No.4 makes complete sense, coding the old fashioned way!

    Interesting selection! I see a pattern of Lenovo, which is worrying... do you keep everything in the main compartment or do you keep everything organised into the separate pockets?

    Wow, that's a lot of Razer gear, and that Utility bag really is a utility bag for you! I'm actually leaning more towards one of those...

    Keep 'em coming guys and gals!
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  8. R3neg4deDav3

    R3neg4deDav3 Member

    I keep most of it organized, but when it comes to textbooks and larger things it has to go in the big pocket. The laptop does stay in its own pocket so that's not a concern.
  9. R3neg4deDav3

    R3neg4deDav3 Member

    I know the struggle. The only way I was able to go with this option was working two full time jobs through the summer. Worth it though.
  10. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    I'm not willing to do the whole photo thing right now, because what would be put in my backpack is currently set up and being used. lol

    However, I have the Razer Tactical Pro Backpack and I fill it with the following:

    MSI GT70 laptop in the laptop pocket

    Razer Naga Mouse - Razer Megasoma mouse mat -Razer Hammerhead Pro headphones (in case) - power cord/brick for laptop inside my Razer Ammo Pack at the bottom of the large pocket. Note book, papers, etc on the top of the large pocket along with a sweatshirt (if I'm not already wearing it).

    The front pocket carries my tablet, phone, pens, medication, wallet, keys, game authenticating key-fobs and a few other smaller bits.

    One of the larger side pockets holds my water bottle, the other larger side pocket holds my sunglasses case and extra contact case/solution.

    One of the smaller front pouches holds my hand lotion, lip gloss, nail file, clippers, dental floss and whatever other personal items I choose to toss in. The other front pouch doesn't have a set purpose and what goes in it depends on where I'm going and what else feels necessary for the trip.

    As for the uses for my backpack: not being a student I use it when I stay overnight at my daughter's house, for LAN parties and ComicCon while shopping. (though, I don't shop with my laptop and stuff, I use all the space to carry my goodies) I've also packed up extra clothes, sweatshirt, a book to read, tablet, phone, personal items, drinks, etc for when I attend my son's family day with the Marine Corps and I know we'll be outdoors all day.

    I've gotten very good use of the backpack and it's large size. It's one of my favorite Razer purchases thus far.
  11. Clickophobia

    Clickophobia Member


    Sorry for the low quality. Phone is pretty old.

    I use a Razer Tactical Pro.
    Currently am a Sophomore IS Student.
    Inside I can fit a:

    Razer Blade Pro 2015 and it's sleek charger
    Razer Blade Kraken
    Razer Mamba TE
    Dragon Wars Mousepad
    Yellow Pad
    A white boxed folder
    A medium-sized one touch umbrella
    A bunch of hard disks in the inner compartment as well
    Some extra clothes like jackets and such.

    I've also brought my Blackwidow Chroma once before although it didn't entirely.

    Overall this bag is just wonderful and veeery comfortable to use. Would definitely recommend it!
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  12. KillStealzzz

    KillStealzzz Active Member

  13. mdaly001

    mdaly001 Active Member

    Does anybody have any experience with a blackwidow TE with carrying case. Want to make sure it fits comfortably before buying
  14. xkisu

    xkisu Member

    I got the Razer Tactical Pro a few months ago, and both times I've filled it up so far I was able to fit:
    • My laptop (17 inch MSI Apache Pro)
    • My Firefly (fits in the laptop pouch with a laptop nicely)
    • Mamaba TE
    • Razer Kraken
    • 3 medium sized boxes of electronics equipment and a multimeter (If I had left out a couple boxes I could have fit my BW if I wanted to)
    • My video camera (Sony handycam), and my other small camera (Samsung PL20)
    • A couple USB drives
    • My 1TB WD Passport drive I use for the majority of my storage
    • 7" Android Tablet
    • My Kindle
    • Cables for everything
    With a enough room left over to say fit some clothes if I was going on a trip and only bringing that backpack. I've found it to be extremely comfortable both times I've used it so far, the straps and padding made it so I didn't feel much weight
  15. njbmartin

    njbmartin Developer of Awesome

    Let me see! :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
  16. xkisu

    xkisu Member

    Unfortunately I'm using everything, so I can't really easily take a photo :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye_:
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  17. njbmartin

    njbmartin Developer of Awesome

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  18. mdaly001

    mdaly001 Active Member

    Just ordered the tactical pro! thx for the post, it helped in the decision
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  19. jaywhojaycee

    jaywhojaycee Active Member

    I will have to upload whats in my bag when I have some free time
    Last edited: Feb 24, 2016
  20. Alhaza

    Alhaza New Member

    The tactical feels a bit small, but then again I only put my laptop, charger, Naga, and some change inside.
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