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Mindshift Gear Rotation 180 Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated July 3, 2019

based on 1 review

We have checked a few reviews and found 13 reasons to buy the Rotation 180 - and 2 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.

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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 July 03, 2019