A thoughtful product that can be put into your travel luggage. I use it to carry my bridge camera and binoculars, on my nature trips away from home. All of them, along with my clothes will fit into one piece of luggage for travel. This foldable backpack will only be used when I leave behind my luggage in the lodge and set out with my binoculars and camera.
The foldable design. The water-resistant material.
None that I can think of.
I had it for one month before I lost it. Its compact and I used it mainly to pick milk as well vegetable on route after an hr of morning cycling. Im not finding the grey one In online store though its plenty in shop for which I have to find time
it is a waterproof bag but it tore from multiple places and the seams also came off. and i was just carying one camera.
the bag tore from multipe places
Hello Anket Mohanty,
Thank you for your feedback on the Arpenaz 20 Ultra Compact bag.
Just to reiterate on the usage of the backpack, it is designed mainly to carry light things around the camp site or as a small additional backpack. They are not ideal to carry cameras as the lens might poke the seams and could rip them apart when under pressure. I would suggest you also to refer to the camera bag by Quechua if you are looking for one.
If you believe the above stated is not the case, All Decathlon products come with a minimum warranty of 2 years on manufacturing faults and defects and you are entitled for an exchange if the product is faulty.
Please email me with details of your order number and contact details so I can assist you further.
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First I thought I was wrong about buying this bag coz it was light in weight & I thought it wouldn't carry much weight but after using it I really like it. worth buying it
Can be folded and kept as a small bag
I bought this rucksack for its compact size which is genuinely pocketable and so can be taken anywhere. The material is thin and lightweight but appears quite tough. To test its claim to be waterproof I filled the sack with crumpled paper and rolled and clipped the top as recommended, I then gave it a good dousing from a hosepipe. I was surprised to see the water just roll of and after a good shake opened it up to discover the contents to be dry though care should be taken when unrolling the top as water can gather here. So yes it is waterproof provided the roll top is fastened correctly but due to its light weight I doubt whether it would remain so if submerged though I have not tested this. Overall I am very impressed with this sack which is comfortable to wear due to the close spacing of the shoulder straps (unlike some rival products which are also much more expensive) I can't comment on durability as I have not had the sack long but as an occasional sack I feel sure that it will meet all expectations. For the price this offers excellent value. Well done Quechua.
Compact, waterproof, comfortable.
Would benefit with an external drinks pocket