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Daylite Plus

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Daylite Plus Front - Tahoe Blue
Daylite Plus Back Side - Tahoe Blue
Daylite Plus Back - Tahoe Blue
Padded laptop and tablet sleeve
Sternum strap with emergency whistle
Side compression straps
Internal key attachment clip
Stretch mesh side pockets
Front panel organiser pocket
Removable webbing hipbelt

Daylite Plus

The Daylite Plus is lightweight and versatile, but also offers a stretch front pocket providing extra space for clothing or daily essentials on your shopping trips or outdoor excursions. This pack features a padded laptop and tablet sleeve, which offers that extra protection for your valuables. The external hydration sleeve means you can store a Hydraulics™ reservoir and Hydraulics™ LT reservoir. The ventilated spacermesh backpanel has a removable webbing hipbelt. The body of the pack comes with twin side mesh pockets and quick release side compression straps. The outside of the pack has zipped access to a secure front pocket including a key clip. Designed to quickly attach onto an Aether AG, Ariel AG, Farpoint 80 or Sojourn, this pack is a convenient partner for your longer adventures.

Key Features

  • Stretch front pocket
  • Padded laptop and tablet sleeve
  • Internal hydration sleeve
  • Compatible with Hydraulics™ and Hydraulics™ LT Reservoir
  • Stretch mesh side pocket
  • Removable webbing hipbelt
FULL FEATURE LIST
Volume: 20L
Weight: 0.54 kg
Maximum Dimensions (cm): 46 (l) x 26 (w) x 24 (d)
Main Fabric: 210D Nylon Oxford

Customer Reviews

3.85
Based on 7 reviews
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Peter
I have this pack for app 9 month now. Its either used in addition to my Porter 46 or if a smaller pack is needed, to as substitute to my Comet 30L.
In general I like this pack.

The main compartment is big enough for most occasions, day trips, shopping, office etc.. The build in sleeve holds my MacBook Pro 15 with a build in DVD drive.
Any other laptop that is thicker, could be problem.
The zipper on the other hand gets easily caught in the rain flap very often. This is annoying, especially if the pack is not fully loaded.
The front organisation pocket is roomy enough for a sun glass hard case, wallet etc and the two mesh pockets are convenient as well, hence I would like to see a the elastic is a bit tighter as items tend to slip out if the pack is not standing vertical.
One or two pen slots would be a nice addition.
The vertical zipper pocket on top of the kangaroo pouch is useful for smaller items - nice.

Not sure why, and I had noticed that on my Comet 30 and Momentum 32 as well, especially in winter if you wear gloves, why the zip puller have two different sizes? The puller for the main compartment are larger than the puller for secondary compartments are smaller.
Keep them one size, the bigger one.

The side mesh pockets, as mentioned by other reviewers, are pretty useless. Nothing really stays in there. Understand the pack come with the option for a water bladder, but this is not always an option if you like to place something else in there - umbrella for example.
The top elastic is way too loose and there are not singe straps to tighten it up.
If I use it, its only for items I don’t mind if I loose them, tissues etc.

The front kangaroo pouch is the second short fall of this pack - its very small not much fit in there, definitely not the second layer as shown in the product video on Osprey’s website and items can’t be secured and risk of falling out.
Again, this pouch is hardly used…..if then for empty packaging etc.
With the compression strap closed, and they need to be closed otherwise the kangaroo pouch is tangling loosely, the opening of the main compartment is limited.
To comfortable get into the main compartment at least one compression strap need to be open.

In addition, it would be nice to just have a webbing loop to hang the pack and internal zip pocket for a wallet.
The materials had been proven durable and despite some of design flaws, this pack will not be replaced soon.
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi Peter,

Thank you for taking the time to write a review for the Daylite Plus.

You have made some great points and we will make sure these are sent over to our design team to consider. Suggested improvements to our products are always welcome.

Regards,

Osprey Customer Service

 

Mr Spudz
The Pros: extremely lightweight, comfortable to run in, inside compartment can be used for loose documents/paper without being creased, I like how my 13" macbook fits into the hydration bladder section!

The Cons: The mesh pockets on the side are near useless, for water bottles/small umbrella and in one instance a can of soft drink! I understand there is a back panel for a hydration bladder, but it baffles me as to why the side pockets were not made from the stretchy material found in my other Osprey bags.

Overal: A good back prevented from being an excellent one.
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi,

Thank you for taking the time to write a review on the Daylite Plus.

We are glad you have been making use of all the features of your pack, and you have found it to be lightweight and comfortable.

I will ensure your feedback on the side pockets is passed on, as we are constantly looking at ways to improve our packs.

Regards,

Osprey Customer Service

IBIS
Agree with other reviewer regarding mesh pockets.
I first used my bag for a week of skiing. Very comfortable, although needed the chest strap to keep it on my shoulders - possibly due to bulky ski jacket?
I put a health bar in one side mesh pocket. Getting up from a seat someone handed me the health bar - it had dropped out!
When home, I put a 500ml bottle of water in the mesh pocket. When I got off my bike - there was the bottle in my back basket!
Rang Osprey and it was suggested to go back to Ultimate Outdoors.
They swapped the bag - but it seems that all packs have the same very slack elastic on the top of the mesh pockets. The elastic has hardly any stretch in it whatsoever! Very disappointing.
UO are returning it to Osprey to show them that the elastic means that the mesh pockets are not fit for purpose.
I suggested to Osprey that I might thread some stronger elastic through the existing useless elastic.
Osprey thought this might help. I'll give it a go...... but it shouldn't be necessary.
Natalie
I borrowed it from a friend. It's a really nice pack. I like the size and that you can attach it to the bigger backpacks. But the side pockets won't hold water bottles. They keep falling out. For me that really is a problem. I would have bought an own one, but the side pockets are a problem.
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi Natalie,

Thank you for taking the time to write a review on the Osprey Daylite Plus. The Daylite Plus will carry a water bottle in the side pockets and the compression straps help to hold these in place, however, they can't accommodate all size bottles. The Daylite Plus does have a hydration sleeve so we recommend using a reservoir for easy access to water instead. If you have any further enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact care@ospreyeurope.com.

Kind regards,

Osprey Customer Service

Naomi
Everything I could ask for plus I love the whistle!
Pere
La millor de totes, per qualitat i aspecte.
  • External hydration access
  • Internal document sleeve
  • Internal key attachment clip
  • Padded laptop and tablet sleeve
  • Removable webbing hipbelt
  • Side compression straps
  • Sternum strap with emergency whistle
  • Stretch mesh side pockets
  • Zippered panel access

Reviews (7)

Customer Reviews

3.85
Based on 7 reviews
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Write Your Own Review

You're reviewing: Daylite Plus

Peter
I have this pack for app 9 month now. Its either used in addition to my Porter 46 or if a smaller pack is needed, to as substitute to my Comet 30L.
In general I like this pack.

The main compartment is big enough for most occasions, day trips, shopping, office etc.. The build in sleeve holds my MacBook Pro 15 with a build in DVD drive.
Any other laptop that is thicker, could be problem.
The zipper on the other hand gets easily caught in the rain flap very often. This is annoying, especially if the pack is not fully loaded.
The front organisation pocket is roomy enough for a sun glass hard case, wallet etc and the two mesh pockets are convenient as well, hence I would like to see a the elastic is a bit tighter as items tend to slip out if the pack is not standing vertical.
One or two pen slots would be a nice addition.
The vertical zipper pocket on top of the kangaroo pouch is useful for smaller items - nice.

Not sure why, and I had noticed that on my Comet 30 and Momentum 32 as well, especially in winter if you wear gloves, why the zip puller have two different sizes? The puller for the main compartment are larger than the puller for secondary compartments are smaller.
Keep them one size, the bigger one.

The side mesh pockets, as mentioned by other reviewers, are pretty useless. Nothing really stays in there. Understand the pack come with the option for a water bladder, but this is not always an option if you like to place something else in there - umbrella for example.
The top elastic is way too loose and there are not singe straps to tighten it up.
If I use it, its only for items I don’t mind if I loose them, tissues etc.

The front kangaroo pouch is the second short fall of this pack - its very small not much fit in there, definitely not the second layer as shown in the product video on Osprey’s website and items can’t be secured and risk of falling out.
Again, this pouch is hardly used…..if then for empty packaging etc.
With the compression strap closed, and they need to be closed otherwise the kangaroo pouch is tangling loosely, the opening of the main compartment is limited.
To comfortable get into the main compartment at least one compression strap need to be open.

In addition, it would be nice to just have a webbing loop to hang the pack and internal zip pocket for a wallet.
The materials had been proven durable and despite some of design flaws, this pack will not be replaced soon.
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi Peter,

Thank you for taking the time to write a review for the Daylite Plus.

You have made some great points and we will make sure these are sent over to our design team to consider. Suggested improvements to our products are always welcome.

Regards,

Osprey Customer Service

 

Mr Spudz
The Pros: extremely lightweight, comfortable to run in, inside compartment can be used for loose documents/paper without being creased, I like how my 13" macbook fits into the hydration bladder section!

The Cons: The mesh pockets on the side are near useless, for water bottles/small umbrella and in one instance a can of soft drink! I understand there is a back panel for a hydration bladder, but it baffles me as to why the side pockets were not made from the stretchy material found in my other Osprey bags.

Overal: A good back prevented from being an excellent one.
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi,

Thank you for taking the time to write a review on the Daylite Plus.

We are glad you have been making use of all the features of your pack, and you have found it to be lightweight and comfortable.

I will ensure your feedback on the side pockets is passed on, as we are constantly looking at ways to improve our packs.

Regards,

Osprey Customer Service

IBIS
Agree with other reviewer regarding mesh pockets.
I first used my bag for a week of skiing. Very comfortable, although needed the chest strap to keep it on my shoulders - possibly due to bulky ski jacket?
I put a health bar in one side mesh pocket. Getting up from a seat someone handed me the health bar - it had dropped out!
When home, I put a 500ml bottle of water in the mesh pocket. When I got off my bike - there was the bottle in my back basket!
Rang Osprey and it was suggested to go back to Ultimate Outdoors.
They swapped the bag - but it seems that all packs have the same very slack elastic on the top of the mesh pockets. The elastic has hardly any stretch in it whatsoever! Very disappointing.
UO are returning it to Osprey to show them that the elastic means that the mesh pockets are not fit for purpose.
I suggested to Osprey that I might thread some stronger elastic through the existing useless elastic.
Osprey thought this might help. I'll give it a go...... but it shouldn't be necessary.
Natalie
I borrowed it from a friend. It's a really nice pack. I like the size and that you can attach it to the bigger backpacks. But the side pockets won't hold water bottles. They keep falling out. For me that really is a problem. I would have bought an own one, but the side pockets are a problem.
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi Natalie,

Thank you for taking the time to write a review on the Osprey Daylite Plus. The Daylite Plus will carry a water bottle in the side pockets and the compression straps help to hold these in place, however, they can't accommodate all size bottles. The Daylite Plus does have a hydration sleeve so we recommend using a reservoir for easy access to water instead. If you have any further enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact care@ospreyeurope.com.

Kind regards,

Osprey Customer Service

Naomi
Everything I could ask for plus I love the whistle!
Pere
La millor de totes, per qualitat i aspecte.

Features

  • External hydration access
  • Internal document sleeve
  • Internal key attachment clip
  • Padded laptop and tablet sleeve
  • Removable webbing hipbelt
  • Side compression straps
  • Sternum strap with emergency whistle
  • Stretch mesh side pockets
  • Zippered panel access