Whew, thank goodness that's passed.
Nomatic prices are much, much higher than I want to spend on a backpack or suitcase.
Neither brand nor price is rarely the main driver around here. Features, quality, size, format. Fortunately, the one-day event has passed by us and those who were interested made their spontaneous decisions.
I saw the their 40 L are on sale at their website not too long ago. I
think the price was $173.
The Costco event price was significantly lower. The event also included dramatic reductions on many irresistable accessories.
Not a Costco member?
-No, I'm not.
You could be. Costco offers a long list of other benefits far beyond bulk groceries. If you own a business, perks are attractive.
I was intrigued with the wallet so bought two-
Heheh, wallets! I've got a dozen wallets! I had to stop looking at wallets!
bogiesan, I need other things than another travel pack, lol! Now
there's one more rabbithole for me
Glad to help. Hang onto your credit cards!
I don't know what it is about bags but I can get obsessed very easily.
I don't do that with shoes or clothing or jewelry - just bags. I
really wish we could post photos on this forum, because, you know, I
need to feed my obsession.
Searching for topics "one-bag travel" and "travel backpacks" will return dozens of review sites, user forums, discussion groups, spineless influencers, and literally hundreds of yootoob clips. It's a fascinating topic for me, seeing what different manufacturers think is important or marketable, and how such objects work in realworld situations. Luckily, my Tom Bihn Aeronauts, both 45 and 30 liters, satisfy my every need. And, each time I hit the skies, they surprise me with their utility and build quality.