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Travel Backpacks Amazon : AmazonBasics Carry-On Travel Backpack Review | Budget 40L One Bag Travel Pack From Amazon

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Travel Backpacks Amazon

AmazonBasics Carry-On Travel Backpack Review | Budget 40L One Bag Travel Pack From Amazon

AmazonBasics Carry-On Travel Backpack Review | Budget 40L One Bag Travel Pack From Amazon

While we can’t guarantee the AmazonBasics Carry-On Travel Backpack will be your lifelong travel companion, its price is hard to ignore for anyone on a budget. View Our Full Review: https://packhacker.com/travel-gear/amazonbasics/carry-on-travel-backpack/

0:40 – Material & Aesthetic
3:30 – External Components
6:30 – Inside the Pack
8:54 – Durability & Testing
10:20 – Pros & Cons
10:48 – The Verdict

On a budget? Then keep reading, because it doesn’t get much cheaper than the Amazon Basics Carry-On Travel Backpack.

We usually don’t pay much attention to brands that are considered “cheap,” but AmazonBasics has a pretty good track record of pumping out a ton of gear that gets the job done at a low price point. And let’s be honest, they’re not going away anytime soon.

After testing the AmazonBasics Packing Cubes for almost two years, we’ve been impressed with their durability, and as such, we’ve been curious to test out other AmazonBasics products. We are by no means expecting this to be the best travel backpack, but if you’re looking to save costs then this could be an interesting option… as long as it’s able to actually carry your gear, that is.

Considering it’s remarkably low price-point, the AmazonBasics Carry-On Travel Backpack is a pretty good pack. And for around , what more can you ask for? The materials are cheap and we’ve lost a zipper pull already, but the clamshell design is easy to pack and the dimensions are perfect for carry-on travel. While we can’t guarantee this pack will be your lifelong companion as you travel the world—or even survive more than one trip—the AmazonBasics Carry-On Travel Backpack is an option that’s hard to ignore for anyone traveling on a budget.

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In this video, Nathan Coverdale of Pack Hacker reviews the AmazonBasics Carry-On Travel Backpack, a budget 40L one bag travel pack from Amazon.

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15 Comments

  1. Thanks for the review of the Amazon Basics Carry-On Backpack. Unfortunately I have purchased and since returned the backpack for the same reasons mentioned in the video: bulky and poor quality workmanship, loose threads and weak seams. It also feels very heavy empty. But for $50 bucks what do you expect.?

    I am, however, a budget traveler and the idea of a "lifetime" backpack isn't high on my list of characteristics that I look for in a travel backpack. I am looking for something lightweight ( less than 3 pounds empty), 35 L and less than $125. A unicorn? Maybe? Maybe not?

    Rick Steve makes two backpacks. One is $80 and the other is $100. Do you have plans to review these bags? I haven't seen these bags reviewed on any other travel gear channel.

    Thanks for your very informative videos.

  2. Good to see different reviews, but I trust in this channel to get awesome finds – not cheap material, simple detailing, no frills bags or gear.

  3. I had a black one too.. And its lit.. I already used it to travel from saudi arabia to lebanon to qatar..

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