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Daylite Travel

Daylite Travel
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Daylite Travel Pack on Body
Amulet Purple
Petrol Blue
Black Front
Black Back
Amulet Purple Side Back
Petrol Blue Side Back
Black Side Back
Side compression straps
Zippered scratch-free sunglasses and electronics pocket
Stretch mesh side pockets
Zippered expansion
RFID blocking security pocket
Padded laptop and tablet sleeve

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£60.00

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Daylite Travel

Everyday organised. The Daylite Travel is a daypack with a difference. Perfect for exploring your destination, it features travel organisation pockets for documents and passports and a secure tamper-proof construction.

As well as an internal laptop and tablet sleeve, the travel-ready organisation pocket is equipped with RFID blocking security fabrics that ensure your contactless devices are safe.

Daylite travel is also compatible with several larger travel packs as an attachable daypack.

Key Features

  • RFID blocking liner for added security
  • Padded laptop and tablet sleeve with direct zip access
  • Zippered expansion adds 6L
  • Zippered scratch-free sunglasses and electronics pocket
  • Internal key attachment clip
  • Sternum strap with emergency whistle
FULL FEATURE LIST
Volume: 18-24L
Weight: 0.59 kg
Maximum Dimensions (cm): 45 (l) x 31 (w) x 25 (d)
Main Fabric: 210D Nylon Double Diamond Ripstop

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Customer Reviews

4.2
Based on 11 reviews
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Krzysztof
Good
All is ok but you should be added to this backpack rain cover.
Jo
Presque parfait!
Très contente en général. Joli design, pratique. Toutefois, pour une utilisation idéale au quotidien et non seulement en vadrouille, une poche supplémentaire pour tous les petits objets transportés chaque jours serait la bienvenue. De même qu'une bandelette pour accrocher ses bics/stylos
. Tout le reste est nickel.
Mark S
Good travel backpack, but not the most comfortable
Overall very nice backpack, especially considering the price. It's light, looks amazing and it's surprisingly spacious. I especially like the fact the backpack is expandable and that it has a laptop sleeve. The only downside I can think of is the fact that it's not the most comfortable backpack Osprey has to offer. My shoulders get pretty sore after a long day of carrying this thing around.
Tam
Brilliant but not black?
So I have bought this bag twice, originally purple and was legit the perfect bag for day to day use, hourish strolls in all kinds of weather and easy to store.

My brothers fave colour is purple so he ended up having my bag and I purchased the black one as I enjoyed Ospreys bag so much, it was definitely not the awesome jet black it portrays in the picture above which a shame. However as a bag it’s 10/10.
Ludo M
Awesome
Awesome product. Really comfortable and reliable. I reccomend it.
Chris M
From the Himalayas to University, this pack has it all
I bought this pack because it could strap into my Porter 45 as I backpacked around the world, and I couldn't have asked for anything better. Strapping it on was both easy and secure, and made traveling with a carry-on and personal item easy.

The Daylite has a great design and was able to hold over 20 lbs without great discomfort or pain. I took it hiking for four days in the Himalayas and it held up incredibly well. Its design was also ideal for traveling through the streets of New Delhi, with a secure pocket for my passport. Now I use the backpack for school. I love the expandable factor as it lets me have a sleek and easy backpack most of the time, while still having the option of expending it on days that I need to carry more. I'd recommend it to anyone!
Nima
Almost great
I have been using the bag for more than a week now on a travel trip. Carrying a water bottle, a camera, an iPad and many small items (chargers, cables, etc.).

The bag is pretty good, lightweight and has some pockets. The front pocket is a bit bigger than what I thought. It can fit my Fujifilm XT30 with a 23mm lens.

There is nothing much to add from what you see on the pictures. The downsides I find is that the straps are not the most comfortable, the handle on the top makes it a bit weird sometime (I’m average size). I wish there was slightly more pockets or compartiments to separate small items. The 2 compartiment inside are good, but could definitely be better designed for things like cables, chargers or smaller items. I have another incase bag that does this pretty well.

Overall for the price and the weight it’s pretty good but could definitely be brought to the next level in my opinion.
Philip
Not as good as it could be
This pack could be so go but is not.
I have a day pack from my Farpoint 70 that I really like and thought I would buy what seems as the same pack but just a little bigger.

The daylite travel has a few big flaws as far as I am concerned.

1 there are no lock rings on the zipper. The Farpoint 70 day pack does have this. Important feature for time I want to leave it at a hotel luggage area or check in for a filght.

2 the mesh used on the back support is very hard and much harder than other Osprey packs. A day of use with only a T shirt on in warm weather will have the pack rubbing the skin off your back.

3 the inner zipped pocket is in the wrong place. If you put anything like a bunch of keys in there and are carrying a laptop the laptop will push the keys into your back making things uncomfortable.

4 the joined together shoulder straps where they sew into the pack means you need to wear the pack low on your back otherwise the this part presses into the back of your neck. Even low down it pulls the straps too close together which is not good.

One good thing with the pack is it has the loops that allow it to fit to the back of the Farpoint 40 and other Osprey travel packs with the compression straps.
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi Philip,

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

I'm sorry to hear that you were not fully satisfied with this pack. The decision was made not to include lockable zippers on this daypack, as we found from user feedback, that most travelers will either carry their valuables in the daypack whilst they are on daily excursions, or they will keep valuables locked away in their main luggage, such as the Farpoint.

The mesh and back system on the Daylite Travel does differ slightly from the Daylite and Daylite Plus. As the Daylite Travel is designed specifically for travel, we wanted to make this pack more robust to account for the pack being handled by baggage handlers at the airport and also any other travel activities that tend to be more strenuous on an everyday pack. However, we did also want to ensure that this pack would still be comfortable.

The zippered pocket you are referring to is the RFID blocking pocket which is designed for flat items such as, Passports, IDs and bank cards. This pack also has a separate zippered scratch-free sunglasses and electronics pocket on the front of the pack that includes a key clip, if you use this pocket for your keys instead, you will not experience any discomfort.

I will ensure that all of your feedback is passed on to our Design Team. 

Regards,

Osprey Customer Service

Himalayas? No Problem
Fantastic pack surprisingly good at carrying weight
I got this because it strapped onto my Porter 46 and have been shocked at how great it is on its own. The expandable feature is perfect for a day out when you don't want a big bag the whole day but end up bringing home more than you planned. Furthermore, a friend and I took this and my Porter 46 on a 4-day trek through the Himalayas and the pack did fantastically. Because it's design held the weight close to my back, I hardly felt the weight and we ended up loading it up with all of our water, food, and heavy material since it was so adept at holding the weight. After 4 days of 20km per day, my friend and I were fighting over who got to have the pack, even though it was heavier. Furthermore, the quality of the material is unparalleled and it still looks like new even after being thrown around and covered in mud.

I wouldn't recommend this as a pure backcountry daypack, as it's missing features like a sleeve for water and a stretchy front, but it's a perfect hybrid that does excellent while in cities/airports without sacrificing too much utility on a trek. Ideal for anyone backpacking the world (the secret pocket is the perfect size for a passport) or even just someone who travels often for work.
STEVE
Perfect for its intended use
I bought this for home to work walking commute. Seems pretty much spot on for this to me. Room for a laptop, lunch, backup drives, kindle, umbrella, etc etc. No hip belts to get in the way and to be honest, for a pack of this capacity not really necessary. Great size pouch for glasses and keys. No, there is no bladder sleeve, but again not needed in a pack of this type. Very capacious and deep mesh sleeves at the sides more than compensate. This is not really intended as a hiking pack I think and Osprey do several more capable packs for this, but it can be used for light walks happily.
The expandable feature is really worth having too.

Only addition I would make is a stretchy pocket on the front as many other Osprey packs have, but this would add to the cost which is very reasonable I think.

Overall I am really pleased with this and was a very good buy.
Ben
Looks good but has less features then the Daylite Plus at a higher price.
I’ve just bought this in blue and it looks great, but now I’m wondering if I’ve made the right decision. I’m after a bag I can use for work so the ability to store a laptop is great, but I also do anything from 10 - 14 mile country side treks on a weekend, so the ability to store gear for that and plenty of fluid is important.

This bag is 24L and can expand to 28L with the zipped expansion which is a really nice feature, but it looks like this bag (with more space) is more expensive then the Daylite Plus but with less features then the Daylite Plus.

Looks like the Daylite Travel doesn’t come with hip straps where as the Daylite Plus does.
The Daylight Plus has the feature of a pocket for a hydration bag, but this is not a feature of the Daylite Travel which is a real shame.

It looks like the Daylite plus is the more versatile product for working week and weekend travels, just with a bit less space.
  • Internal key attachment clip
  • Padded laptop and tablet sleeve
  • RFID blocking liner for added security
  • Sternum strap with emergency whistle
  • Zippered scratch-free sunglasses and electronics pocket

Reviews (11)

Customer Reviews

4.2
Based on 11 reviews
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Krzysztof
Good
All is ok but you should be added to this backpack rain cover.
Jo
Presque parfait!
Très contente en général. Joli design, pratique. Toutefois, pour une utilisation idéale au quotidien et non seulement en vadrouille, une poche supplémentaire pour tous les petits objets transportés chaque jours serait la bienvenue. De même qu'une bandelette pour accrocher ses bics/stylos
. Tout le reste est nickel.
Mark S
Good travel backpack, but not the most comfortable
Overall very nice backpack, especially considering the price. It's light, looks amazing and it's surprisingly spacious. I especially like the fact the backpack is expandable and that it has a laptop sleeve. The only downside I can think of is the fact that it's not the most comfortable backpack Osprey has to offer. My shoulders get pretty sore after a long day of carrying this thing around.
Tam
Brilliant but not black?
So I have bought this bag twice, originally purple and was legit the perfect bag for day to day use, hourish strolls in all kinds of weather and easy to store.

My brothers fave colour is purple so he ended up having my bag and I purchased the black one as I enjoyed Ospreys bag so much, it was definitely not the awesome jet black it portrays in the picture above which a shame. However as a bag it’s 10/10.
Ludo M
Awesome
Awesome product. Really comfortable and reliable. I reccomend it.
Chris M
From the Himalayas to University, this pack has it all
I bought this pack because it could strap into my Porter 45 as I backpacked around the world, and I couldn't have asked for anything better. Strapping it on was both easy and secure, and made traveling with a carry-on and personal item easy.

The Daylite has a great design and was able to hold over 20 lbs without great discomfort or pain. I took it hiking for four days in the Himalayas and it held up incredibly well. Its design was also ideal for traveling through the streets of New Delhi, with a secure pocket for my passport. Now I use the backpack for school. I love the expandable factor as it lets me have a sleek and easy backpack most of the time, while still having the option of expending it on days that I need to carry more. I'd recommend it to anyone!
Nima
Almost great
I have been using the bag for more than a week now on a travel trip. Carrying a water bottle, a camera, an iPad and many small items (chargers, cables, etc.).

The bag is pretty good, lightweight and has some pockets. The front pocket is a bit bigger than what I thought. It can fit my Fujifilm XT30 with a 23mm lens.

There is nothing much to add from what you see on the pictures. The downsides I find is that the straps are not the most comfortable, the handle on the top makes it a bit weird sometime (I’m average size). I wish there was slightly more pockets or compartiments to separate small items. The 2 compartiment inside are good, but could definitely be better designed for things like cables, chargers or smaller items. I have another incase bag that does this pretty well.

Overall for the price and the weight it’s pretty good but could definitely be brought to the next level in my opinion.
Philip
Not as good as it could be
This pack could be so go but is not.
I have a day pack from my Farpoint 70 that I really like and thought I would buy what seems as the same pack but just a little bigger.

The daylite travel has a few big flaws as far as I am concerned.

1 there are no lock rings on the zipper. The Farpoint 70 day pack does have this. Important feature for time I want to leave it at a hotel luggage area or check in for a filght.

2 the mesh used on the back support is very hard and much harder than other Osprey packs. A day of use with only a T shirt on in warm weather will have the pack rubbing the skin off your back.

3 the inner zipped pocket is in the wrong place. If you put anything like a bunch of keys in there and are carrying a laptop the laptop will push the keys into your back making things uncomfortable.

4 the joined together shoulder straps where they sew into the pack means you need to wear the pack low on your back otherwise the this part presses into the back of your neck. Even low down it pulls the straps too close together which is not good.

One good thing with the pack is it has the loops that allow it to fit to the back of the Farpoint 40 and other Osprey travel packs with the compression straps.
Osprey Customer Service, 

Hi Philip,

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

I'm sorry to hear that you were not fully satisfied with this pack. The decision was made not to include lockable zippers on this daypack, as we found from user feedback, that most travelers will either carry their valuables in the daypack whilst they are on daily excursions, or they will keep valuables locked away in their main luggage, such as the Farpoint.

The mesh and back system on the Daylite Travel does differ slightly from the Daylite and Daylite Plus. As the Daylite Travel is designed specifically for travel, we wanted to make this pack more robust to account for the pack being handled by baggage handlers at the airport and also any other travel activities that tend to be more strenuous on an everyday pack. However, we did also want to ensure that this pack would still be comfortable.

The zippered pocket you are referring to is the RFID blocking pocket which is designed for flat items such as, Passports, IDs and bank cards. This pack also has a separate zippered scratch-free sunglasses and electronics pocket on the front of the pack that includes a key clip, if you use this pocket for your keys instead, you will not experience any discomfort.

I will ensure that all of your feedback is passed on to our Design Team. 

Regards,

Osprey Customer Service

Himalayas? No Problem
Fantastic pack surprisingly good at carrying weight
I got this because it strapped onto my Porter 46 and have been shocked at how great it is on its own. The expandable feature is perfect for a day out when you don't want a big bag the whole day but end up bringing home more than you planned. Furthermore, a friend and I took this and my Porter 46 on a 4-day trek through the Himalayas and the pack did fantastically. Because it's design held the weight close to my back, I hardly felt the weight and we ended up loading it up with all of our water, food, and heavy material since it was so adept at holding the weight. After 4 days of 20km per day, my friend and I were fighting over who got to have the pack, even though it was heavier. Furthermore, the quality of the material is unparalleled and it still looks like new even after being thrown around and covered in mud.

I wouldn't recommend this as a pure backcountry daypack, as it's missing features like a sleeve for water and a stretchy front, but it's a perfect hybrid that does excellent while in cities/airports without sacrificing too much utility on a trek. Ideal for anyone backpacking the world (the secret pocket is the perfect size for a passport) or even just someone who travels often for work.
STEVE
Perfect for its intended use
I bought this for home to work walking commute. Seems pretty much spot on for this to me. Room for a laptop, lunch, backup drives, kindle, umbrella, etc etc. No hip belts to get in the way and to be honest, for a pack of this capacity not really necessary. Great size pouch for glasses and keys. No, there is no bladder sleeve, but again not needed in a pack of this type. Very capacious and deep mesh sleeves at the sides more than compensate. This is not really intended as a hiking pack I think and Osprey do several more capable packs for this, but it can be used for light walks happily.
The expandable feature is really worth having too.

Only addition I would make is a stretchy pocket on the front as many other Osprey packs have, but this would add to the cost which is very reasonable I think.

Overall I am really pleased with this and was a very good buy.
Ben
Looks good but has less features then the Daylite Plus at a higher price.
I’ve just bought this in blue and it looks great, but now I’m wondering if I’ve made the right decision. I’m after a bag I can use for work so the ability to store a laptop is great, but I also do anything from 10 - 14 mile country side treks on a weekend, so the ability to store gear for that and plenty of fluid is important.

This bag is 24L and can expand to 28L with the zipped expansion which is a really nice feature, but it looks like this bag (with more space) is more expensive then the Daylite Plus but with less features then the Daylite Plus.

Looks like the Daylite Travel doesn’t come with hip straps where as the Daylite Plus does.
The Daylight Plus has the feature of a pocket for a hydration bag, but this is not a feature of the Daylite Travel which is a real shame.

It looks like the Daylite plus is the more versatile product for working week and weekend travels, just with a bit less space.

Features

  • Internal key attachment clip
  • Padded laptop and tablet sleeve
  • RFID blocking liner for added security
  • Sternum strap with emergency whistle
  • Zippered scratch-free sunglasses and electronics pocket