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Miss the last Peak Design Kickstarter? It's now on Indiegogo

 
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Sep 11, 2016 14:05 |  #1

If you missed out on the Peak Design backpacks and totes last week on Kickstarter, they now just launched the same campaign on Indiegogo here. (external link)



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Sep 20, 2016 08:08 |  #2

I received the Everyday Tote in Ash for review. Comparison is with my charcoal Everyday Messenger

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I'll be receiving the charcoal version for color comparison along with the Sling and backpacks.

And if anyone misses out on the Indiegogo or decide to get it at a later date, I have a 10% coupon code on my site.

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Sep 20, 2016 11:02 |  #3

I went for the backpack this time around. Excited to check them out in person next month at Photo Plus Expo.



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Sep 20, 2016 11:49 |  #4

1KIND wrote in post #18134110 (external link)
I received the Everyday Tote in Ash for review. Comparison is with my charcoal Everyday Messenger

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I'll be receiving the charcoal version for color comparison along with the Sling and backpacks.

And if anyone misses out on the Indiegogo or decide to get it at a later date, I have a 10% coupon code on my site.

Will you be getting both 20 and 30L sizes of the backpacks to review?


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Sep 21, 2016 13:34 |  #5

Snydremark wrote in post #18134333 (external link)
Will you be getting both 20 and 30L sizes of the backpacks to review?

Yes, I'll be receiving the 20L and 30L for review. Unfortunately, due to the demand and popularity of the bags, it will take me a little longer as the media samples are limited. Once I get them, I'll start reviewing it and giving comparison. Definitely follow me if you haven't already for updates and when reviews are posted.


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Sep 21, 2016 13:36 |  #6

ow does that work, you get a media sample and then have to send them back after review? Or do they let you keep them?



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Sep 21, 2016 13:37 |  #7

1KIND wrote in post #18135661 (external link)
Yes, I'll be receiving the 20L and 30L for review. Unfortunately, due to the demand and popularity of the bags, it will take me a little longer as the media samples are limited. Once I get them, I'll start reviewing it and giving comparison. Definitely follow me if you haven't already for updates and when reviews are posted.

Thanks; I'll be keeping an eye. I sprung for the 30L during the KS campaign, but I'm always interested in seeing other thoughts before mine ships :) BTW, have you looked at their most updated capture clip at all?


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Sep 21, 2016 13:48 |  #8

PhotogNY wrote in post #18134292 (external link)
I went for the backpack this time around. Excited to check them out in person next month at Photo Plus Expo.

I'll be there this year. I usually stop by their booth and say hi.

PhotogNY wrote in post #18135665 (external link)
ow does that work, you get a media sample and then have to send them back after review? Or do they let you keep them?

The media samples are not final products. So there will be minor flaws but near final production. There's loose threading and what not. Usually when it comes to reviews in general, I hold on to them in the event people have questions and I need to refer back to the product to answer.

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Thanks; I'll be keeping an eye. I sprung for the 30L during the KS campaign, but I'm always interested in seeing other thoughts before mine ships :) BTW, have you looked at their most updated capture clip at all?

I pretty much reviewed all of Peak Design products. From what I know, there is no "new" or updated Capture clip. They did change out the plate on the PRO version. Otherwise, the clip itself remains the same.

Were you referring to the CaptureLENS?

I backed their campaign as well. I like their products and Art (designer) has a great vision but the products are pricey. The only thing I'm currently not using of theirs is the Clutch. It's a nice product but it has been replaced with the SpiderPro Holster. That thing is sooo nice.


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Sep 21, 2016 15:22 |  #9

1KIND wrote in post #18135683 (external link)
I'll be there this year. I usually stop by their booth and say hi.

The media samples are not final products. So there will be minor flaws but near final production. There's loose threading and what not. Usually when it comes to reviews in general, I hold on to them in the event people have questions and I need to refer back to the product to answer.

I pretty much reviewed all of Peak Design products. From what I know, there is no "new" or updated Capture clip. They did change out the plate on the PRO version. Otherwise, the clip itself remains the same.

Were you referring to the CaptureLENS?

I backed their campaign as well. I like their products and Art (designer) has a great vision but the products are pricey. The only thing I'm currently not using of theirs is the Clutch. It's a nice product but it has been replaced with the SpiderPro Holster. That thing is sooo nice.

No, but I'll pull it to PMs if you don't mind.


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Sep 21, 2016 15:37 |  #10

Snydremark wrote in post #18135803 (external link)
No, but I'll pull it to PMs if you don't mind.

Don't mind at all. Already responded to your PM.


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