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Vanguard The Heralder Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated July 3, 2019

3.91
based on 816 reviews


We have checked hundreds of reviews and found 18 reasons to buy the The Heralder - and 2 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.


92% of the reviewers give the Vanguard The Heralder a good or excellent rating!

Excellent (76%)
Good (16%)
Average (2%)
Poor (1%)
Bad (1%)





Reviews Summary


Here's what the reviewers think about the Vanguard The Heralder:

Reviewers like these things about the Vanguard The Heralder

  • Many reviewers said this is a well.
  • designed and well.
  • made bag.
  • A lot of users said that this is great for carrying plenty of kit.
  • A number of owners like that it's well made and comfortable over long periods.
  • Several users like that this bag gives the ability to use it to store camera gear, laptop, and accessories, all in the one bag.
  • Some users said they like that it's compact and lightweight.
  • A few users said this is a great, large shoulder bag to carry some serious kit in relative comfort.
  • Many owners said that its internal compartment can be entirely and be used as a messenger bag.
  • Several owners like that its bottom is a tough waterproof material, with fabric strap running across the middle for additional strength.
  • A lot of users said that it has an impressive shoulder strap with a curved design and gel filled cushioning attaches to the bag with strong metal clips.
  • A few users said that the bag will also attach to trolley handles, or other travelling suitcases with wheels and handles.
  • Others like that it has a rain cover is included in a back zipped section.
  • Some said that they like its magnetic flap keeps the zipper from moving when not use, a nice safety feature.
  • Other owners were surprised that this is indeed a multi.
  • purpose bag.
  • Several others said that it’s low maintenance and will surely take the abuse of everyday use just fine.
  • Few also thought that with its versatility, it can be configured as needed.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • A few users said they didn't like it very long strap.
  • Some users doubt about its durability.



Specs


Crowdsourced specs across all Vanguard The Heralder models and sizes:

Laptop iconLaptop SizeMax. 15 inches





Feature Summary


Many sources mention these Vanguard The Heralder features:
  • Raincover included

Actual features depends on the model, so check the features before you buy.


Rankings


vs Vanguard Bags

The Vanguard The Heralder ranks #5 compared with the other Vanguard bags.

3Vanguard Alta
4.09
Vanguard Alta
4Vanguard Havana
3.93
Vanguard Havana
5Vanguard The Heralder
3.91
Vanguard The Heralder
6Vanguard Adaptor
3.86
Vanguard Adaptor
7Vanguard 2Go
3.83
Vanguard 2Go

vs All Bags

The Vanguard The Heralder ranks #1545 compared with all the bags we have checked.

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3.91
Sakroots Camden
1544Vanguard The Heralder
3.91
Vanguard The Heralder
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3.90
Timbuk2 Blink
1546Camelbak Charm
3.90
Camelbak Charm
1547TYR Alliance
3.90
TYR Alliance



Selected Reviews


The Phoblographer

For my setup dealing with video, this bag took almost all of my gear. It’s low maintenance and will surely take the abuse of every day use just fine. You have the versatility to configure the bag, as you need it. Plus, you can extend it’s use beyond being a camera bag.

Posted 7 March 2012 by Chris Gampat - Read full review

ePHOTOzine

It seems to know what you want, and everything just falls into place intuitively, for example, you don't need to read any instructions to know how to use the bag, and opening the top zip gives quick access to what you want, most likely a fresh memory card, or a different lens.

Posted 1 September 2011 by Joshua - Read full review

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Last updated on July 03, 2019