Today we’re going to be reviewing the Klik Belts line of EDC belts. Klikbelts is a new belt company specializing in function belts that feature a legit AustriAlpin Cobra buckle. The color choices are stylish – the belts are rigid and support the weight of a pistol no problem for your every day carriers. This is a high quality product.
I realize it doesn’t sound like I like my bag but I do. It’s not perfect, but it’s so easy to get what you need when you need it because everything is so organized – I really do use the bag all 4 possible ways it allows you access it. And 2 things I’m obsessed with: fun and efficiency.
Right now, this bag is my official tech travel pack and unless something comes out that suits my needs even more.
Here is a breakdown of some topics you impatient viewers :p, but I’d suggest you watch the whole thing, cuz you know you wanna.
01:19 Kickstarter Campaign for the Wandrd Duo
02:04 who is the bag made for?
03:14 specs, comfort & design
6:58 luggage pass through
08:28 how does it fit?
09:28 Peak Design Capture Clip, does it fit?
10:00 attachment points & accessory straps
18:06 pop up cube
19:26 all black interior & exterior possible issues
20:29 quick comparison with Peak Design Everyday Zip
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Dieses Video enthält ein Produkt, das durch den Hersteller kostenlos zum Testen zur Verfügung gestellt wurde.
This Video features a product that was provided by the maker (Bagsmart) for free for the purpose of testing it.
Backpack: Bagsmart Falco Commuter (Black)
Thanks to Bagsmart for giving me a chance to try this one out.
If you only care about what I carried, jump to 5:00
This Video is marked marked as Advertisment (“Werbung” in German) due to legal reasons. In the EU all videos that feature anything that has been provided by a company must be identifiable as advertisement. With that being said, all Bagsmart did was provide the backpack. There are no strings attached and I don’t make any money off of this, so I can be completely honest with my audience.
Nevertheless, this is not meant to be a review anyway. After having this backpack for two weeks I can say that I like it so far, but obviously this has not been enough time to find out, if this will hold up after months of daily abuse, so expect to see a followup review to this at some point in 2020.
Since there were just way too many items shown in this video I have most likely forgotten some in the list below. If you have any questions feel free to asks.
Fuji X-T30 + 10-24mm + 50-250mm Lenses
Fuji X100F (review coming soon)
Camera Insert – Matin M-6470
Camera Backpack – Thule TCDK101K
Backpack – GoRuck Rucker 2.0 (USA Made)
Sunglases – Ray Ban
Winter parka – Wellensteyn Kodiacs
Light winter jacket (the green one) – Patagonia Nano Puff
Rain jacket – Marmot Minimalist Jacket
Bottle – 720Dgree 500ml Milkybottle
Gloves – Leather Work Gloves by Marmot