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Eagle Creek Activate Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated May 12, 2019


We have checked a few reviews and found 11 reasons to buy the Activate - and 2 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.





Reviews Summary


Here's what the reviewers think about the Eagle Creek Activate:

Reviewers like these things about the Eagle Creek Activate

  • Users said that it is super easy to pack and unpack.
  • Most users said that the bag is a very good quality and lightweight.
  • Many users said that the front pocket is great for items you needed access to.
  • Reviewers said that it fit easily into the overhead of the plane and under their seat on a ferry.
  • Many buyers said that roomy interior allows for packing tons of gear and clothes.
  • Reviewers said that the durable wheel and handle system allows for a smooth ride even on the worst surfaces.
  • Most users said that it is easy to pack, compresses down small, light weight, durable and stylish.
  • Many reviewers said that the telescoping handle on the back retracts into a structured panel and the remaining three sides are completely soft.
  • Many buyers said that it’s durable wheel and handle system allows for a smooth ride even on the worst surfaces.
  • Users said that it has multiple grab handles at the top, bottom and side which give grab-n-go handling options.
  • Reviewers said that the telescoping handle on the back retracts into a structured panel and the remaining three sides are completely soft.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • Some reviewers complained that it is bottom heavy due to the wheels and its housing.
  • Some users said that this bag lacks two things, a large handle on the top for carrying and backpack straps.



Specs


Crowdsourced specs across all Eagle Creek Activate models and sizes:

Weight iconWeight7.3 oz (3.3 kg)
Length iconLength11 in (28 cm)
Width15 in (38 cm)
Height26 in (66 cm)



Bag ID 31728. Images from Amazon Product Advertising API and shop datafeeds.

Last updated on May 12, 2019