"5.11" – tactische schoudertas – laptopvak – duurzaam – waterdicht – modulaire opslag – volume 12 l – antislip riem – model Rush Delivery Lima
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : Nee
- Productafmetingen : 8 x 37 x 52 cm; 120 gram
- Datum eerste beschikbaarheid : 24 juli 2020
- Fabrikant : 5.11 Tactical
- ASIN : B00FD7YP56
- Modelnummer item : 56177-236
- Land van herkomst : Vietnam
- Afdeling : Uniseks.
"Rush Delivery Lima 5.11 Tactical. Het ultieme modulaire opbergvak met de Rush Delivery Lima biedt alle benodigde opberg- en organisatiefuncties voor een hoogwaardige tactische tas. Met gevoerde laptop- en tabletvakken, kruisband en vak voor snelle toegang. Eigenschappen: • Ontwerp met beide handen • Duurzaam en waterdicht • Compatibel met MOLLE, Slickstick en Back-Up Belt System • Administratievak met snelle toegang • Gewatteerd laptopvak: 26 x 41 x 4 cm • 2 zijzakken met riemen • Antislip riem • Nylon 1050D, Duraflex en YKK-ritssluiting • Patch buitenmaten: 2000 x 20 cm. 8 x 43 x 10 cm. • Inhoud: 12 liter.
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First - and I can't believe I'm saying this - it has too many pockets and compartments. 16, not including the 4 pen / card holders. I've yet to successfully find the thing I'm looking for. I'm a fan of organisation, and often lament bags that don't have enough pockets, but this is too much.
There's also some questionable choices around how these pockets are secured - the rear compartment for example has both a zip AND a full width velcro fastening. Most internal pockets, including the main compartment, are not secured at all (I'd really like to have seen a zip on that at least).
The bag is HUGE (I have the LIMA, which means Large). This isn't a problem, just be aware of it - I can easily fit two laptops and all the associated wires and connectors - in there. BUT, it doesn't seem to hold as much as you might think - try and squeeze a t-shirt and some socks into the middle compartment too, and it just doesn't swallow 'stuff' like other messenger bags do.
As others have mentioned, it's also quite heavy. This is purely because it's so robust, but with that and the size of it, you're going to know you're carrying it when full (though it's very comfortable to do so).
I don't regret buying this bag at all, nor do I regret the price of it - it's worth every penny and it is now my daily drive...I might consider the smaller version though, in the future. And just be aware that it will take you a long time before you've sorted your optimal pocket layout.
5.11 has a rightly deserved reputation as a quality brand. The Lima bag does not let it down.
Quality materials and construction as always from 5.11.
I intend to use this bag as a laptop bag for work, as I’m fed up with issued one being too big and clunky.
The Lima bag is big enough for the kit I carry, but when I arrive at a location, people don’t think that I’m moving house.
With what my company pays in bags per year, this bag has paid for itself already.
I have had this bag for just over a month now. Very happy with its performance. Seems very durable, still as good as new.
Carry handle, I am surprised how often I use it. Very nice feature which many messenger style bags dont use.
Strap is comfortable. Not used the waist strap. I use gorilla tape to keep all the excess strappage neatly tied away.
My one complaint and its so minor that is why I have not deducted any stars... For a 'tactical' bag (Though I dont actually use it for any 'tactical' situation).. the velcro is very loud when opening. Sometimes I use the rear zip compartment to slip things in if I dont want to open up the entire bag for the world to see, but the internal velcro announces to all that my bag is being opened.
For future development it would also be nice for a zip to be in place where by you can access the main compartment without opening the main lid. I think some Maxpedition bags have this feature. Id certainly use it.
If you are thinking of buying this bag, do not hesitate. I have the Lima. For my uses, the perfect size. (Can hold A4 no problem with plenty of room to spare. Also holds a 15 inch laptop)
After much research and watching many YouTube reviews, I decided upon the 5.11 Rush messenger bag, opting for the Lima size. It is smaller than my Crumpler which was designed to accommodate a 17” laptop, the Lima can cope with a 14” model. My only real point of concern was that the bag may not have enough padding, compared to the Crumpler. It doesn't have as much but what it does have is more than adequate for my needs. If you felt the need for reassurance, a neoprene sleeve would provide additional protection.
There are a huge number of pockets on this bag, possibly too many, so you best be organised if you intend to employ the majority of them. The handle on the top of the case is really useful and something not found on my Crumpler. I found adjusting the shoulder strap to be easy, as was removing the waste band strap, I'd never use it. The material appears durable and the presence of all that Velcro on the front means the world of morale patches has opened up to me.
All in all this is a great bag, tough, useful and I think well priced.
Lima size is ideal for me, swallows all my gear easily and looks good even in more formal settings. I have a gray one, which is very nice, but I think the black one is more versatile.
Expensive but worth the money, especially conskdwring its durability.