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Garrett Detecting Daypack Black

Garrett Detecting Daypack Black

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Garrett Metal Detecting Daypack Black

Garrett Detecting Daypack Black details:

Garrett Metal Detecting Daypack Black


  • Narrow Profile -- Allows more freedom to move in rough terrain or dense brush than a full-size backpack
  • Ample Storage -- Two large zippered compartments will hold your spare searchcoil, extra pinpointer, snacks, gloves, and various field necessities. Large enough to hold an electronic tablet or laptop (up to 13" size).
  • Additional Storage -- Two small side zipper pouches to hold finds and other small items; one 9-inch-deep zippered accessory pocket to keep important items close at hand; two internal pouches (one zippered) to keep items separated; and one padded divider pouch for notebooks or important papers.
  • Exterior Webbing -- MOLLE-type webbing grid can be used to attach accessories and carabiners to secure other items.
  • Side Pockets -- Ideal to hold water bottles or your finds.
  • Side Straps -- Use to cinch up your pack when you are carrying a light load, or secure your jacket and/or rain gear.
  • Adjustable Fit -- Shoulder straps, hip belt, and sternum strap can be adjusted to provide greater comfort for your load.
  • Padded Back -- Provides additional comfort for heavier loads. Includes luggage sleeve that allows daypack to easily attach to rolling luggage handles.
  • Hideaway Hipbelt -- Waist belt helps keep pack properly positioned during long hikes. The belt can be hidden away with Velcro flap on the back of the pack when not in use.
  • Specialized Features -- Internal sunglasses pouch at top of inner compartment; reinforced carrying handle; internal hook for attaching car key ring.
  • Dimensions:
    • Interior height: Approx. 14" (35.5cm)
    • Width: 11.5" (29cm)
  • Material: Nylon, weather resistant

Additional Information •• Garrett Detecting Daypack Black

Product Code 4GDPBLK
mpn 1626800
Manufacturer Garrett
Size 19” interior height x 13.5” width

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293/10/2015 18:26
User review of this accessory.
Once in a while a piece of ancillary equipment comes onto the metal detecting market that makes you wonder how you managed without it; and that’s exactly how it is with Garrett’s beautifully engineered backpack. It’s a well thought piece of kit; a fact that becomes evident on closer inspection.

Made from waterproof, heavy-duty ‘cammo’ pattern nylon, measuring 19” x 13.5,” it sports two main zipped compartments with three internal pockets along with an internal spring-clip for safe storage of one’s car keys. The backpack is comfortably padded at the pressure points where it comes into contact with the body and the weight distribution and balance are perfect.

To increase carrying comfort, the adjustable shoulder straps are well padded, and there’s a sternum chest strap with a quick release buckle. The waist strap can easily accommodate a finds pouch, Pro-Pointer, trowel holster, and there’s a utility pouch for a spectacle case or mobile phone. On either side of the backpack are two exterior mesh pockets for drinks bottles. Delving into both zipped main compartments you’ll discover lots of internal pockets and nooks and crannies; some zipped.

The outside of the backpack sports MOLLE-type webbing grid to which ancillary coils (connected to their lower stems) can be are easily and conveniently attached. Lower down, two quick-release straps enable an extra jacket or rain-wear/cape to be carried. Usefully, there is a ‘D’-ring on each shoulder strap to which a bungee cord (supplied) for right or left handed users can be clipped to offset the weight of one’s metal detector.

It’s worth remembering that even on the coldest days in winter, cold food is as nutritious as hot food, though nowhere near as morale boosting. To this end, especially if I’m doing a remote coastal spot, I carry an ultra-lightweight butane gas stove and a small aluminium backpackers’ kettle and a litre of water. Believe me, a mug of hot tea/coffee/Bovril on a bitter winter day is one life’s greatest pleasures…well, almost. I try to limit my all-up weight in the backpack to 71/2-lbs including water, a litre of which weighs one kilogram or 2.2-lbs. Unlike a vacuum flask, water becomes lighter the more it’s used and this is one of the reasons I stay well clear of those stainless steel flasks.

Food usually takes the form of an apple, 4-ozs of cheese, a flapjack bar, and boiled fruit sweets, along with an unbreakable plastic drinking mug inside which, in resealable plastic food bags are a few tea bags, dried milk powder and plastic spoon. I have at times substituted these for one of those packs of self-heating food packs (chilli and rice, curry and rice).

Inside the backpack I carry a basic First Aid kit, penknife, mobile phone (with camera facility), spare ultra-lightweight Garrett ‘Treasure Sound’ headphones, one of those waterproof capes that folds to the size of cigarette pack, toilet paper, spare battery pack, small torch, mini-binoculars, and a tide table.

The £59.95 price tag well reflects the backpack’s high-quality construction and materials.


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