Berghaus Unisex TwentyFourSeven Rucksack 15L, 20L, 25L, 30L
- Durable quality construction and long-lasting materials mean this rucksack is built to last for miles, and then some
- complete convenience thoughtful internal pockets and external carabineer mean you can have everything you need at your fingertips
- Extra comfort stay cool and dry with the vented foam and air mesh back system
- Keep drinks handy in the side bottle pocket
- Never lose your keys thanks to a handy key clip
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Durable quality construction and long-lasting materials mean this rucksack is built to last for miles. And then some. complete convenience thoughtful internal pockets and external carabineer mean you can have everything you need at your fingertips. Extra comfort stay cool and dry with the vented foam and air mesh back system.
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Cons: Internal 'laptop' sleeve goes all the way to the bottom of the bag. This meas if you have a laptop in it and 'drop' the bag on the ground, you will hear the clunk of the device hitting the ground. Small pockets within the 'front' compartment are seal via elastic. This means that small items within these areas will end up all over this section as this elasticated borders does not seal the objects within them. More zipperd pockets would be greatly appreciated.
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It's not exactly as advertised, which seems to describe the 20L+ models, so I've provided photos. Specifically there's no chest strap and no compression strap, but that's ok for our needs so not sending it back.
If you are carrying heavier things (maybe cameras or books) the good news is the back and shoulder straps are padded (see photos), but again it doesn't have a chest strap.
Build quality and material seem good, as you'd expect from Berghaus.
Overall we're happy with this bag, especially at the sale price.
Review for the last bag I received (25L):
This is absolutely not the bag in the picture. It doesn't have two big zippered pockets, like the 30L one I already have, and as shown in the picture, but only one main zippered compartment and an open front pocket.
I don't even have the time to send it back. I've thrown away money for nothing. Very disappointed as I was happy with my previous purchase from Berghaus and thought they were a serious company.
Review for the first bag I received (30L):
I can confirm that they use YKK zippers (see pic). I struggled to find this information previous to the purchase and wanted to leave this review for anyone looking for this piece of info in the future.
Also see pic for the actual measurements.
Dimensions: Approximately 52cm (H) x 28cm (W) x 22cm (D)
Weight: Approximately 535g
My electronic scale agreed with the weight.
Looks pretty spacious, I am going to Thailand for 28 days next year and I needed a bag like this (I'll update this review after my trip, if I remember to do it). Now, I'm trying to transform my life according to healthy and relaxed principles of a balanced minimalism, so I really needed a bag that is strong, light and versatile and can be a good carry on.
I just unpacked it so I can't vouch for its durability, but it does look pretty sturdy. Initially I was going for the Osprey Farpoint 40, which is obviously a bit larger than this one, but is WAY TOO HEAVY = 1.41kg! AND it costs three times this bag.
Carry on weight limits are sometimes as low as 7kg (that's the actual maximum for my Eva Air flight to Bangkok), and the Osprey Farpoint 40 right away removes 1.41kg from that limit. That's 20% of the maximum weight I can carry, way too much. This bag will allow me to carry about 900g more which is huge.
I could slide a 15.4 inch Dell XPS in the pocket in the main compartment, and there's some space left. You can definitely fit a 17 inch in it as well.
The most important factor for me is that the advertised 30l capacity is almost entirely taken up by one big useful section. It’s not split into 2/3/4 annoyingly small sections you often find in other backpacks. The fabric is very durable and the zips are good quality. They started quite stiff but they are running more smoothly now. The smaller front pocket is partitioned in a sensible manner.
Due to the shape and strap position, the pack naturally sits high on your back, which is very good for comfort and maintaining good posture during extended use.
A great value pack
Unfortunately the back bends- I find it really important that backpacks have a firm back so they are comfortable to carry and don’t cause back injuries.
I didn’t find the backpack particularly well organised. Lots of little flaps but the pockets are not well thought through and secure. The key holder is behind two zips, which doesn’t make it very easy to get to your key.
It’s perfect for my commuting and gym lifestyle - the large front bag holds work and personal phone, wallet, train ticket holder, over ear headphones and iPad.
Internally to main section there’s the laptop section at the back and although it’s less depth than the previous model it comfortably fits Tupperware for lunch at bottom, gym and work kit and whatever else I may need.
Side pockets are great for my cycling shoes or coffee flask and I’ve added to the carabiner with a couple more, for various items as this version doesn’t have the clips that previous model did .
Seems to have a longer narrower dimension to it with a strong shape, which also works for me as a runner and cyclist as it is in line with my profile so I can see behind me.
Certainly for people like me it seems like feedback (that others!) have provided has been taken on board.
Very happy with purchase and a couple people in the office have got the 20/30 l
It is a great size and fits a lot. I can get a pair a tracksuit, pair of boxing gloves, skipping rope inside no problem.
It also has side pockets for a water bottle with clever elastic cross straps to hold in taller bottles.
The bag itself is lightweight and wipeable. The carabiners pictured are plastic which is a real shame as they will snap if you have anything heavy on them. I may very well replace these with lightweight aluminium ones that I have bought which will enable me to hang other items off the bag.
An new update on this item , as we have had some lovely weather that has now changed I can confirm that this rucksack is not waterproof like my other berghaus rucksacks! My uniform got wet inside but as I was on my way home I wont be using it on my way to work as this would be inconvenient.
It’s also my favourite colour, I would recommend this backpack.
There are different live Berghaus TwentyFourSeven listings on Amazon going back to at least model year 2014. I am unconvinced that the "more recent models" represent a more useful product. In particular easily accessible front pockets vary. What I don't know is what model year product is fulfilled for each listing.
And i cannot stress enough, it's also extremely sweat inducing due to the material, you may as well strap a plastic bag to your back.
The shape is also a little odd so instead of being more roomy it actually narrows the ability to fill the bag to it's fullest potential.
All in all not great for the price
This Berghaus (25L) has now replaced both. I like its neutral look. For the working week, it carries my 15inch laptop with no problem and has space for any necessary paperwork. A side pocket to carry a brolly, a side pocket for bottle of water. There's also a separate pocket sized compartment, useful for wallet or keys. At weekends, it's a small unobtrusive bag that carries what you need for a day. Space for a jumper, newspaper/magazines/book. Also a useful size for a small grocery shop. For me, perfect!