expired Osprey Porter 46 Backpack $116.95 Shipped (Usually $159.95) @ Downunderoutdoorstores eBay Store

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Osprey Porter 46 Backpack $116.95 Shipped (Usually $159.95) @ Downunderoutdoorstores eBay StoreAffiliate
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Great bag for carry on luggage as it is the maximum legal size. Available in green or red for this price (black is $10 more).

Red: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/OSPREY-PORTER-46-TREKKING-GEAR-HA...

Approved airline max carry-on size. The Porter series provides basic gear hauling ability in a stylish and organized backpack. With our StraightJacket compression WING system and padded foam walls all your gear stays organized and protected. The Porter provides gear hauling in a stylish backpack or duffle configuration.The Porter travel pack is Osprey Accessory compatible with D-rings for easy attachment. You can wear your Porter like a pack, using the easy-stow harness and fabric wing hipbelt or outfit it with our optional shoulder strap for over-the-shoulder carry

Weighs only 1.5kg

Dimensions: 56 x 36 x 24

RRP is $179.95 - http://www.ospreypacks.com/au/en/product/porter-46-PORTER46....

Wildearth sells this for $159.95 - http://www.wildearth.com.au/buy/osprey-porter-46l-carry-on-u...

Video review - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncSEA4y97iU

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Comments

      • +1 vote

        I have the model above this (55L, 40 + 15L backpack), and recently went on tiger flight with just the 40L one and they said nothing at all to me. Didn't fill it to the brink though, lots of room, but still nothing was said, and this is Tiger we are talking about. Hopefully I wont have any issue in Europe mid year.

        Definitely an amazing price though, a friend has this bag, and I was somewhat jealous when I saw it lol.

        • +1 vote

          My travel buddy has this backpack (in the pictured green colour) and it is a great bag. Packed to its fullest however, it may be over the limits for some airlines.

          The biggest thing for many airlines isn't the dimensions (where they may turn a blind eye to bags on the cusp) but weight. Its very easy to pack a bag that is over 11kg

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          I regularly travelled on Tiger with slightly too big backpacks. Virtually no airline on the planet measures backpacks that look the right size - doesn't make them a "legal" size though.

  • +7 votes

    Great bag, used it myself for a 6 month overseas trip, can fit a surprisingly large amount inside.

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    Yeah can vouch for it, used it during my 2 month asia trip brilliant sturdy bag never had any problems using it carryon.

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    I bought one at last ebay sale for 120, and it's pretty good. note that if you fill it you'll be over the limit for sure.

  • +1 vote

    Did 9 weeks around Europe with this, great bag.

  • +9 votes

    I can get it for $109.95 with code "THANKS20". Not sure if that coupon is targeted or not, but saves a few extra $$$s.

  • +3 votes

    If you are in the market for a max-size carry-on backpack you may also want to consider the 45L HIGH SIERRA AT8 Convertible Carry On - currently $95.40 at MYER http://www.myer.com.au/shop/mystore/backpacks-casual-luggage...

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    Own one of these. They are well padded if you are carrying laptop,it can easily hold few days of clothes along with shoes and thongs. It has reasonable compartments. It can also be compressed to probably half its size for storage when not in use. Nifty bag.

  • +9 votes

    I can't vouch for this bag, but as an owner of 6 Osprey bags of various styles and sizes, I can vouch for the strength and durability of their products. As a bonus, Osprey offer a lifetime repair policy if your item gets damaged (lifetime of the product). Over the years I've lost sternum straps and broken buckles etc……I just email the Australian agent and they send me out the new bits at no cost!

  • +1 vote

    This is a nice deal, I've been looking out for the Farpoint 40 but with the THANKS20 coupon this becomes pretty tempting… Hopefully you can all buy one so I don't have to deal with the paradox of choice :P

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      I have this bag and I highly recommend it. Useful for backpacking around other countries and also just as a bag to bring along on road trips around Australia, where you might not need a backpack (because it has additional straps and handles to carry it around like a duffel bag).

      • +1 vote

        Yes I have heard nothing but good things about this bag, my understanding is that this is good for taking on planes and just generally hauling stuff whilst the farpoint (though slightly smaller) has a better harness system for if you intend to walk long periods. The porter will be great for a lot of people but I think the latter sounds more like me.

        • +3 votes

          Was about to post this. The Farpoint has a proper harness. If you're going to be doing any walking (even from hostel to hostel, etc) I'd get that instead.

        • +1 vote

          Sorry, I meant I have the Farpoint 40, I can't comment on the Porter, though I imagine it to be pretty good since it was recommended to me by a friend who had it and my experience with Osprey has been nothing but positive.

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      I bought a Farpoint 40 rather than this one. This one is a bit more stiff and luggage like and also slightly larger. The Farpoint 40 actually does fit in carry on measuring cage/box thing where as the 46 will not (I've never had an airline force me to check though).

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      Farpoint 40 is $131.25 using THANKS20 from another seller

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    Good bag but not very comfortable as a backpack

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    i also have one of these and absolutely recommend it for light-on air travel. only complaint id have about it is the lack of compartments. i also have a caribee sky master 40 but it is clearly less well built and less robust than the osprey (but i tend to travel with it more often purely because it has more compartments and is a bit more versatile).

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    Sorry Broden this isn't 46 backpacks

  • +2 votes

    Can also vouch for this one. Has done 10+ trips around the world as my main bag and hasn't failed at being a bag for any of it. :)

  • +2 votes

    Don't hesitate to buy this bag. Best ~$140 I've ever spent.

    Used backpacking several times, but bag straps fold in which make you seem less backpackerish on work trips. Hell can even carry-on to Rex flights!

    Versatile for just about any purpose or length of trip.

  • +1 vote

    I have Tortuga Backpack, it's quite expensive but it's worth it :)

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    Is this good for hiking?

    • +2 votes

      The harness isn't as good as a hiking pack as the Osprey Farpoint 40. This is more a travel bag that you can carry on your back rather than a hiking pack you can carry on as luggage. Have a look at the Farpoint 40 if you want to hike.

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    Anyone have a link to the black one for $10 more? I can't seem to find it.

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    You can't go wrong with Osprey packs!

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    How do airlines even enforce carry-on size limits? There isn't really a stage where they check that. I just travelled on AirAsia with a rather large sports bag that most definitely exceeded the maximum dimensions, but no one said anything. It fit in the overhead compartments so I guess it wasn't a huge issue. I am hoping to continue using the bag in the future, should I be concerned at all with airlines not allowing me on board with it? Or they don't care too much?

    • +1 vote

      Jetstar in Sydney were 100% checking carry on at the counter and giving them tags if they complied. They were keeping an eye out as we boarded the plane and mentioned that if it did not comply there was no guarantee it would be on the plane at all. Was a bit weird no I think about it. (xmas time)

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      Jetstar makes you weigh just before you get your boarding pass scanned to go through the gate to the plane. Been caught once now. They charge you fifty bucks and check it in.

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      Either at the check in desk or at the gate. If your bag is obviously way too big you will most likely eventually be caught and told to pay to check it in - sometimes at an exorbitant cost.

  • +1 vote

    thanks got the red one..was just in the market for a backpack as I was getting tired of wheeling around my big luggage

    used the $20 thanks20 voucher which I wasnt planning to use until i saw this!

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    Agree great backpack.

    Using one currently while travelling the middle east for a month. Used it a few times already on other trips last year.

  • +4 votes

    Just bought a great backpack which I didn't know I needed a few minutes ago… Thanks OP

  • +4 votes

    Ozbargained? Out of stock 😭

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    Osprey Fairpoint 40 is a very back pack for carry on with reasonable price, Kathmandu 38 Litehaul is good too but expensive unless you can pick it up on sale for $99 :)

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      Been using the Porter 46, but don't find it comfortable. Want to pick up either the farpoint 40 or litehaul 38. Cheapest for both is 150 but ospreys lifetime warranty makes it a better buy.

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    Thanks OP.

    Currently using the Kelty Redwing 44, and considering if this is preferable for AirAsia flights?

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    This item is out of stock.

    :(. It looks like a decent back pack as well. Was going to get one for interstate trips.

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    Lucky my GoLite Ion is still going strong.

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    I had the farpoint 40 and it is the best backpack I ever had, took it with me backpacking Europe and USA

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    Thanks OP!

    I missed out on this backpack, but it prompted me to check to see if the Sojourn 60L was on sale (I already have one, but wanting to get one for my partner) and I came across this little bargain: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/182186690465 - pick Grey and it's only $265.96 - I then used the THANKS20 that Puff Braddy mentioned and got it for only $245.96! RRP is $379.95. There's only 3 left so get in quick!

    It's an awesome wheeled backpack that I used on a 4 month euro-trip and many other trips since. Osprey bags are such good quality, and the best feature of this bag are the straps that let you tighten the bag for when you haven't packed as much.

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    They have a few more.

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    These guys have the Black for the same price - http://m.ebay.com.au/itm/OSPREY-PORTER-46-Black-/27251294212...

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    It is back guys, 5 left, i managed to grab one and to use the 20$ coupon from ebay.

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    I bought the smaller one (30 litre), as I am planning to travel lighter. Even lighter.
    http://m.ebay.com.au/itm/OSPREY-PORTER-30-TREKKING-GEAR-HAUL... $119.95, less discount.

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    Bag just came. Very happy with it

    Looks like it can store a lot of stuff. Perfect for my upcoming Vietnam trip!

  • +1 vote

    They're back in stock guys, great time to use the thanks20 targeted voucher.

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