Thule Perspektiv Review, Pros and Cons

Thule Perspektiv is rated 3.58 based on 75 reviews

Feature Summary

Thule Perspektiv TPDP-101 SLR Daypack
  • Cloudburst construction with welded and taped critical seams, water-repellant fabric and YKK RCPU zippers provides a first line of weather defense
  • Removable SafeZone pod system for camera provides advanced protection for fragile gear and a modular option that easily fits into a hotel safe
  • Fits up to prosumer DSLR body with attached ultra-wide-angle lens. Customizable storage (2-4 lenses, flash)
  • Overall dimensions: 19.7*10.6*8.9 inches. Inner dimensions: 11.4*9.5*5.9 inches. Weight: 2.86 lbs
  • Ergonomic chassis system provides the perfect balance of support, cushioning, and breathability to ensure comfortable carrying configurations

Reviews Summary

Here’s what the reviewers think about the Thule Perspektiv:

Reviewers like these things about the Thule Perspektiv

  • Many users thought it has enough space for a camera and accessories plus extra space for other personal items.
  • Others find the blue contrast lining and zipper tabs are a nice touch.
  • Some users find the top zipper compartment was great for tickets, Fastpasses, and ART shuttle passes.
  • A number of reviewers thought the tricot lining of the SLR compartment is very soft and the supplied dividers are firm enough to have the configuration hold it’s shape.
  • Some reviewers thought the elastic side pouch works great for a beverage, and park maps.
  • Others find the top crush resistant area perfect for storing cell phones, sunglasses, chapstick etc.
  • A number of users said the shoulder and sternum straps are well padded, comfortable, and configurable to most people.
  • Some users find it very compact and sturdy.
  • Others thought the stitching all around is very strong and weather sealed.
  • Many users like how it stands up solidly on its own when set down.
  • Some reviewers said the bag feels and looks like very detailed.
  • Other users find the shoulder straps well padded and wide enough.
  • Many owners find the included weather cover a very nice touch and hides away easily.
  • A lot of users thought it’s perfect for adventure trips with DSLR, a couple of lenses and gopro gear.
  • Many owners are happy that it provides excellent protection for camera and lens.
  • Other reviewers find the padding and finishing of the bag exceptional.

Reviewers don’t like these things

  • Some users thought the waistbelt is useless unless they’re mountain biking.
  • Others find the shoulder straps a little stiff.

Selected Reviews

Bike Radar

This pack isn’t specifically designed for cycling, but it’s comfortable and has the construction, protective features and superb foul-weather resistance to keep your gear safe.

Posted 28 October 2014 by David Rome – Read full review

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