Best Travel Packs: Nomatic Travel Pack (Backpack) Review

The Nomatic Travel Pack is one of the bags I have been most excited to try out. The original Nomatic travel bag set the bar super high and I have to say that the newest bag did not disappoint. This bag has so many great features and is very unique in that it works very well as both a day bag and a travel backpack that can hold up to a week’s worth of clothing. Let me know what you think in the comments below! Does the Nomatic Travel Pack look like a bag you want to try out?

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MacBook Pro Retina (13 inch, Touchbar):

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Powerbot USB Hub:

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Gene Rolland says:

Great Review! I love your channel! I purchased this bag through kick starter last year and just received it recently. I absolutely love this bag! I use it as a daily carry (not expanded), primarily a tech bag. I use a couple of Cocoon Grit-It organizers in the main part of my bag to organize my tech gear. I found a larger sized Grid-it, that nicely covers the bottom (Horizontal) section of the main compartment. Then I also have a smaller Grid-It which I use for cables, which sits on top of the larger one. I use one of the side pockets for Aukey 30,000 mAh Power Bank. I have cables from that running into the top compartment. For charging either an iPhone or Android phone. You can charge the Aukey with both a USB Micro source and a Lighten source at the same time. So I found a small portable Upwade travel power strip and surge protector which sits at that bottom of the bag. It has 2 universal (100-240V) outlets and 4 Smart USB charger ports. So I have the Aukey power bank & a smaller Samsung power bank plugged into that. So when I need to charge them and other electronics, I just plug in the power strip. The power strip has a 5 foot skinny extension Chord that you can coil around it, when not in use. I completely agree with you on how well this bag is organized and thoughtful pocket layout! My only criticism of the bag is that it doesn’t have a power pass through option in EVERY compartment of the bag as advertised. They have it from the main compartment to the top compartment. I would have like having it to the front compartment and the Laptop compartment (when not expanded). Thank You again for all of your reviews! Gene

Mohamed Khair Shishani says:

Thanks for the in depth review, very informative video as usual. I have ordered the Backpack and should be delivered soon, i wish they had included the ability to add a shoulder straps as i will be using it daily for office

Daniel Buzalski says:

Really really well done video, mate! I would definitely be keen for a daily use video. I’m considering getting this as a second carry on bag for an international trip. We have a roller bag that will have all the clothes, this will be for stuff we want to access throughout the flight – laptop, headphones, travel pillow etc… Do you think this will be too big (if left unexpanded) to sit underneath the seat in front of me?

Peregrination says:

Great video! The packing cube is a nice feature!

Daniel Rose says:

Thanks for the video, I have been waiting to see a proper, in depth review on it for ages. I’m definitely keen to hear your daily use review.

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