National Geographic NG A5250 Small Rucksack
National Geographic NG A5250 Small Rucksack
Manufacturer : National Geographic
Amazon Price : $63.99
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Product Description
The Africa NG A5250 Small Rucksack / Shoulder Bag will carry all your essentials, keeping your pro gear, as well as a laptop, safe and secure and allowing ample room for personal effects. Multiple inside organizer pockets keep all your personal accessories neatly within the bag. The rear padded compartment will hold a laptop (15.4") or less. Two side pouches can be used to support a tripod or water bottle. This design lets you carry the bag as either as rucksack or shoulder bag by connecting the left shoulder strap differently. Two outer easy-access pockets allow you to keep the accessories you want close at hand.
Product Details
  • Color: Bronze
  • Brand: National Geographic
  • Model: NG A5250
  • Aspect ratio: Unknown
  • Dimensions: 16.73" h x 4.72" w x 12.20" l, 2.06 pounds
  • Product Features
  • Holds Pro or Amateur Camera Gear
  • Holds Laptop with a Screen up to 15.4"
  • Water Repellent 100% Cotton Exterior/Polyester Lining
  • Carrying Handles
  • Detachable Shoulder/Backpack Straps
  • Customer Reviews

    Most helpful customer reviews

    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
    4Nice bag, but NOT a camera bag.
    By Sarah
    It's a nice, practical laptop bag/backpack, but it is NOT A CAMERA BAG. Sure, you could put a camera in it, but it doesn't have the padding for it, as is. Unless I am missing something, it also can't hold a tripod or water bottle as the description claims ("Two side pouches can be used to support a tripod or water bottle."). Since I purchased it intending to use it as an inconspicuous camera bag, with simple modifications (adding of a few external loops to hold a monopod, a few pads from another camera bag inside to provide some divisions) I am still reasonably happy with it. It is quite thin though, so even with modification, it is unsuitable for large lenses or camera bodies. This is really a laptop bag (you can easily remove the laptop division though).

    Stiff zippers (that open half-way) and thick material make the bag feel safe for travel. It's not "slash-proof", but it's more secure than the average bag. The straps need padding added to be comfortable for backpacking. The water-proof cover is also a nice addition.

    0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
    5Nice backpack for students!
    By Wayne
    My friend has another National Geographic backpack which made me interested to this brand. I searched "National Geographic bags" on Amazon and this one really drew my eyes! It is designed excellently and has patent on its strip for shifting between backpack and single shoulder bag. I am not a photography fan so that I do not want to take camera everyday. I was curious about the inner space because I just want put my laptop and books in it ---- I do not need special space for keeping a camera. It really satisfies my requirements! It acts like a common backpack ,but with very very good inner spaces and nice quality. There is a flexible space for laptop which is pretty useful. Five stars recommend! (There is another version of this bag, bigger and with camera container inside:)

    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful.
    5Tastefully designed compact rucksack
    By Daryl
    Bought this rucksack for toting my laptop around. Description says it will fit a 15" laptop, but it also fits my 17" macbook pro (mid 2010 model) perfectly! Great if you are looking for something just big enough for your 17" MBP, but not too bulky to be a hassle. Plenty of space for one or two books, charger and other accessories. Sufficient padding all around with lots of compartments. Highly recommended.

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