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Mindshift Gear Rotation 180 Reviews and Buyer's Guide (Jan 2019)

This bag has very few reviews, so we haven't ranked it.

Mindshift Gear Rotation 180

Reviews Summary

Here's what the reviewers think about the Mindshift Gear Rotation 180:

Reviewers like these things about the Mindshift Gear Rotation 180

  • A lot of users have mentioned that the Mindshift Gear Rotation 180 backpack has been featured as the best photo backpack for mountain biking, mostly because of its smaller 16L size.
  • Others said that it has a hydration bladder pocket that will fit a 2-3L bladder.
  • Several reviewers thought that its Panorama Insert neatly holds three lenses side-by-side.
  • Users found that it has some good daisy-chain nylon on the front for attaching other accessories.
  • According to some users, its belt pack has an internal pocket that fits a tablet.
  • Users lauded the presence of a tripod cup and strap system on the front of the bag that tucks away when not in use.
  • Another reviewer thought that it has a small mesh pocket that’s suitable for batteries or a memory card holder.
  • Testers found that the bag's Tripod Suspension System spreads the weight of the tripod evenly through the should straps of the pack.
  • Other testers noted that it is the only one of the packs to be designed with sizing for a pro body in the belt pack.
  • They also noticed that fact that it is the only one of the packs to be designed with sizing for a pro body in the belt pack.
  • Many wrote that it has a near-full-width zipper with an easy-to-use single pull at the very top.
  • They also said that a hook-and-loop-closed pocket lies under the zippered pocket and is accessed from the front of the pack.
  • Several of those who have tried the bag said that its padded insert is sized ideally for the top section of the pack, provided padded-divider storage similar to what is found in standard photo backpacks, allowing the full size of the pack to be used for photo gear storage.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • A reviewer thought that its tapered shape makes it a bit awkward to use with a camera.
  • Another user found that its belt pack section can be a bit of a tight squeeze with larger DSLRs.

Selected Reviews

Backpack Gear Test

It is a very functional pack for anyone who will use it as a daypack. It can carry all stuff and gear for a whole day hiking.

Posted 8 August 2015 by Jamie DeBenedetto - Read full review

Backpack Gear Test

Reviewer found that the pack is very comfortable and easy to use. The beltpack access is an added advantage.

Posted 6 August 2015 by Andrea Murland - Read full review

Bushwalking Blog

I only have one tiny complaint about this backpack and that concerns the hydration bladder compartment

Posted 5 June 2014 by Neil - Read full review

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Last updated on January 12, 2019