Razer Utility Backpack

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  1. ReaperonYT

    ReaperonYT Active Member

    Hey all.

    I'm looking at getting a back to carry kit around but I also want to be able to use it as a regular backpack on occasions, like for going away for the weekend.

    The dimensions are already within the carry-on dimensions, but is there enough space inside for 2 days worth of clothing?

    Cheers
     
  2. Destrok

    Destrok Well-Known Member

    I would imagine so yes, it is a pretty large compartment. How much you can fit in there just depends on how well you can fold :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
     
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  3. ItsPixelz

    ItsPixelz Member

    Yeah, it's pretty large and as Destrok said, if you fold well, the clothing would definitely fit. :joy:
     
  4. ReaperonYT

    ReaperonYT Active Member

    Thanks, I'm just trying to justify the cost of not just using it for carrying kit and being able to use it for other stuff. :wink_:
     
  5. Destrok

    Destrok Well-Known Member

    From the materials they use it seems like it should be pretty durable and last you forever. Linus also did a review of the Tactical Bag that Min gave him when he was hiking around Asia. He was impressed.
     
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  6. junzx1998

    junzx1998 Member

    Tactical Pro Backpack is better overall.
     
  7. mike89conde

    mike89conde Member

    For day to day, I can honestly say the utility backpack should work for your intentions. it is spacious enough for me to put at least 2 days worth of clothing in it. I can carry an extra pair of scrubs, undergarments, and a light sweater along with my clipboard in its main compartment. I shove my work tools into the pockets. It's essentially a basic, no-frills backpack. Gotta have your two side pockets to hold beverages of course especially if you're out in the city, field, or gym. For gaming gear or misc electronics/school, I would suggest the tactical pro.
     
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  8. ReaperonYT

    ReaperonYT Active Member

    Cheers guys, I can't justify £130 for the Tactical Pro.. but the Utility is better.. or at least I can justify it to my missus.. LOL
     
  9. erato

    erato Active Member

    Well it also depends how mutch you carry around for two days :D I mean, it doesn't say much 2 days of clothing, at least for me. Check the real capacity in liters and compare it with a bag you own. It should give you a better capacity measurement.
     
  10. ReaperonYT

    ReaperonYT Active Member

    Thanks all for the help on this so far, OK so it's been 10days and like erato suggested, I've been trying to find the litre capacity of the bag, but I've hit a snag.

    Now I've tried the support team via email and they don't seem to be willing to give a definitive answer regardless of asking the same question repeatedly, they just dance around and not give an direct answer (worse than politicians)

    Now the Utility backpack (http://www.razerzone.com/gb-en/store/razer-utility-backpack) has the following dimensions..
    Width: 320mm / 12.6
    Height: 520mm / 20.4
    Depth: 70mm / 2.7”​

    Now comparing it to the Tactical Pro (http://www.razerzone.com/gb-en/store/razer-tactical-pro-backpack) has the following dimensions
    Width: 320mm / 12.608”
    Height: 470mm / 18.518”
    Depth: 190mm / 7.49"​

    Take a look at the Depth of both, surely the Utility BackPack isn't 70mm/2.7inches deep!?
    Looking at the images of the Utility Backpack, it must be at least 170mm/6.69inches.

    As said above the Support desk aren't giving a definite answer, no matter how I word the question, so I'm hoping maybe someone on here, maybe a community moderator (@Destrok), or even a member of Razer staff might be able to help.

    TiA
     
  11. HelldiverL9

    HelldiverL9 Active Member

    I believe the depth they are referring to is the thickness of the bag or something, the height is from top to bottom deep.

    I own the Utility backpack and it is pretty useful, its a big compartment with a divider for your laptop and a small zip compartment inside. It's pretty simple and straightforward, although no pockets means your stuff is rolling around everywhere inside.

    If you prefer more organization and a slightly more complex backpack, then you'll have the Tactical Pro, its got tons of pouches and a MOLLE system in which you can use to put other MOLLE pouches.

    They are essentially two different bags - so it is up to you what do you want
     
  12. ReaperonYT

    ReaperonYT Active Member

    Thanks for the info on that :big_grin_: could I be a pain and ask you to take a side on picture of the bag with a ruler next to it to show that size,like this:
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    I can then see that dimension size.

    This, basically, is where my query and argument lies, as they are saying that it's 2.7inches, which in comparison to what you are saying doesn't make sense.

    Cheers.
     
  13. HelldiverL9

    HelldiverL9 Active Member

    I strangely can't find my ruler right now, but I can assure you it is not 2 inches, its closer to 6 inches in depth/thickness when full expanded.
     
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  14. ReaperonYT

    ReaperonYT Active Member

    Perfect, thanks muchly.
     
  15. i am thinking about getting the utility bag fir a good price

    They really arent to expensive, (for razer

    Tho i wish the tactical was less,

    its pretty good

    and teh mercenary
     
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  16. HelldiverL9

    HelldiverL9 Active Member

    Macklemore1738, could you stop spamming all messages in different posts and put your sentences in ONE POST instead? Thanks
     
  17. ReaperonYT

    ReaperonYT Active Member

    One way to boost post counnt.. lol
     
  18. jefferywang

    jefferywang Active Member

    the unility backpack is better than others. no matter price or weight . 69$ only~
     
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  19. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    I fixed it for them, since those kind of one-liner posts aren't allowed anyway.

    Specifically why they are not allowed, actually. hehe
    Posts are supposed to contribute and have substance, otherwise action can be taken. :)
     
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  20. ReaperonYT

    ReaperonYT Active Member

    I'd like to thank all those that commented, I've now purchased the it.. just waiting for delivery :smile_:
     
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