- Real Name
- Miguel Tejada-Flores
Yes, Andrew, I still am using it - and I think overall, it's become my favorite small daypack which works for both a few cameras and all kinds of other things, too. The main compartment easily houses one or two smallish cameras and a lens or two. It came with a nifty and customizable insert but (confession follows) I stuck the insert in a drawer and just sort of shove whatever camera or lens (or lenses, plural) I'm taking with me into the main compartment. There are a number of other tiny little compartments which I find useful for all kinds of things - including extra batteries, chargers, plugs, and whatnot. There's even a tiny section which is perfect for wallets and what not.I was just wondering if you were still using the Wandrd Prvke and how you have found it? Also, do you use a camera insert with it?
I have heard the material can be easily marked. Has this been your experience?
Thanks in advance
The case also has a padded sleeve into which, if necessary, I can slide my 13" MacBook Air, which surprises me since the case almost doesn't seen big enough to hold a tiny laptop. It also has room to stash extra gloves, cap, a shirt or sweater for layering in the cold, etc. The laptop sleeve also works wonderfully for bringing along a book, as well as my never-leave-home-without-it e-Book aka my Amazon Kindle.
I wouldn't exactly say that I've abused it but I have used it quite a bit and hadn't really noticed that the material is easily marked. Though, on second thought, it's possible it may not be quite as pristine as it was when I originally purchased it. But overall, the best parts are its functionality - its surprising capacity for such a smallish pack - and its comfort: it is a seriously comfortable (and adjustable) day pack.
I may have to re-explore using my photo insert one of these days, but, honestly, just having one space to chuck in a camera or two or a lens or two works for me. It's more or less the same tactic I've used for various shoulder bags that I've had which have doubled as camera bags.
Overall, it's been a fine bit of gear - and I have used it far, far more than I ever expected.
Hope this answers some of your questions. If you've got more, fire away!