Thule Covert DSLR Backpack



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Key specs

Model bag
Backpack
Compatible with product type
Lenses, Mirrorless cameras, Single-lens reflex cameras, Tripods
Extra compartments
Accessory compartment, Tablet compartment
Material
Fabric

Pros and cons

According to our camera bag expert
  • The double compartment allows you to use the bag as a daypack.
  • At 2.26kg, the backpack is heavier than similar bags.

Description

The Thule Covert DSLR Backpack TCDK-101 is suitable for use as a daypack. The bottom compartment has room for an SLR camera with 2 lenses. The side zipper gives you access to your camera while the bag is hanging on one shoulder. The top compartment offers room for personal items, such as your lunch or items of clothing. The top compartment has room for personal items, such as memory cards and lens filters. The bag is made of durable and waterproof material, so your belongings are stored safely in any situation.

The Thule Covert DSLR Backpack TCDK-101 is suitable for use as a daypack. The bottom compartment has room for an SLR camera with 2 lenses. The side zipper gives you access to your camera while the bag is hanging on one shoulder. The top compartment offers room for personal items, such as your lunch or items of clothing. The top compartment has room for personal items, such as memory cards and lens filters. The bag is made of durable and waterproof material, so your belongings are stored safely in any situation.

Key specs

Model bag
Backpack
Compatible with product type
Lenses, Mirrorless cameras, Single-lens reflex cameras, Tripods
Extra compartments
Accessory compartment, Tablet compartment
Material
Fabric

Rating

Rating per section

User friendliness
8
Weight
6
Price-quality ratio
10
Wearing comfort
8
Size
10

Most helpful reviews

Most helpful reviews

4 / 5 stars
8,4/10
"Recommended"

Richard | 1 March 2020

  • Pros:
    Durable, strong
  • Pros:
    Actually very comfortable, very good back support
  • Pros:
    A plenty of space
  • Pros:
    Camera separator included as standard
  • Pros:
    Size comparable to airline's carry-on bags
  • Con:
    Quite heavy compared to other backpacks (empty weight ~2.3kg)
  • Con:
    No small-easy access pockets - unless you release a little bit straps for the front cover you can get access to front "velcro" pocket, which is ok.

No one said you have to use it just for DSLR cameras :-) , therefore side pocket for access to internal main compartment is very useful, especially if you keep that seperator there. Laptop has it's own compartment. Not the smallest one for daily backpack, but if you need to carry 2x laptops (power bricks, lunch, 1.5L water bottle - there is plenty of space for everything.
This might be win-win situation for air travelling with one bag (if you do not like roller carry-on bags). As this bag can take a lot - keep an eye on total weight.
Compared to cometitors (e.g. Wandrd Prvke - even the separate camera compartment is not supplied as standard) Thule is cheaper and looks very sturdy (zippers, material...) and should endure for several years. Thule knows what they are doing.

Recommended

4 / 5 stars
8,4
  • Pros:
    Durable, strong
  • Pros:
    Actually very comfortable, very good back support
  • Pros:
    A plenty of space
  • Pros:
    Camera separator included as standard
  • Pros:
    Size comparable to airline's carry-on bags
  • Con:
    Quite heavy compared to other backpacks (empty weight ~2.3kg)
  • Con:
    No small-easy access pockets - unless you release a little bit straps for the front cover you can get access to front "velcro" pocket, which is ok.

No one said you have to use it just for DSLR cameras :-) , therefore side pocket for access to internal main compartment is very useful, especially if you keep that seperator there. Laptop has it's own compartment. Not the smallest one for daily backpack, but if you need to carry 2x laptops (power bricks, lunch, 1.5L water bottle - there is plenty of space for everything.
This might be win-win situation for air travelling with one bag (if you do not like roller carry-on bags). As this bag can take a lot - keep an eye on total weight.
Compared to cometitors (e.g. Wandrd Prvke - even the separate camera compartment is not supplied as standard) Thule is cheaper and looks very sturdy (zippers, material...) and should endure for several years. Thule knows what they are doing.

Richard | 1 March 2020

Most helpful reviews

Most helpful reviews

4 / 5 stars
8,4/10
"Recommended"

Richard | 1 March 2020

  • Pros:
    Durable, strong
  • Pros:
    Actually very comfortable, very good back support
  • Pros:
    A plenty of space
  • Pros:
    Camera separator included as standard
  • Pros:
    Size comparable to airline's carry-on bags
  • Con:
    Quite heavy compared to other backpacks (empty weight ~2.3kg)
  • Con:
    No small-easy access pockets - unless you release a little bit straps for the front cover you can get access to front "velcro" pocket, which is ok.

No one said you have to use it just for DSLR cameras :-) , therefore side pocket for access to internal main compartment is very useful, especially if you keep that seperator there. Laptop has it's own compartment. Not the smallest one for daily backpack, but if you need to carry 2x laptops (power bricks, lunch, 1.5L water bottle - there is plenty of space for everything.
This might be win-win situation for air travelling with one bag (if you do not like roller carry-on bags). As this bag can take a lot - keep an eye on total weight.
Compared to cometitors (e.g. Wandrd Prvke - even the separate camera compartment is not supplied as standard) Thule is cheaper and looks very sturdy (zippers, material...) and should endure for several years. Thule knows what they are doing.

Recommended

4 / 5 stars
8,4
  • Pros:
    Durable, strong
  • Pros:
    Actually very comfortable, very good back support
  • Pros:
    A plenty of space
  • Pros:
    Camera separator included as standard
  • Pros:
    Size comparable to airline's carry-on bags