When it comes to backpacks, the Peak Design Travel Backpack 30L stands tall as a shining example of form properly meeting function. I’ve had the privilege of testing a few backpacks in my day, and I can confidently say that this backpack has earned its place at the top of the pack for travelers.
Nomad’s cases have been my go-to cases for the past few years. They are well-designed, look sharp, and are highly protective. They’ve saved my phone from drops more often than I want to admit. Their new Nomad x Peak Design Rugged Case for iPhone 14 Pro is something different, and it’s quickly become my new favorite.
I’ve never used a car vent mount before, and I don’t think I’ll be using another after experiencing the Peak Design Mobile Charging Car Vent Mount. It’s so dang good that I can’t imagine using a different car mount ever again. Peak Design’s Car Vent Mount is so secure and so stable it’s a pleasure to use, and it retails starting at $64.95.
You might remember my review of Peak Design’s Everyday Backpack from 2018, in which I called it “The one bag to rule them all.” In 2019, somehow, Peak Design found a way to improve on an almost perfect backpack with their second version of the Everyday Backpack. Available in 20L and 30L sizes, you can get yours starting at $259.95.
If Frodo were equipped with the Peak Design Everyday Backpack, the journey to Mordor would have been much easier. Maybe the backpack wouldn’t have done anything to guard against Orcs, however, the endlessly configurable bag would have done wonders to carry the weight of Frodo’s responsibility. Starting at $259.95, the Everyday Backpack is worthy of all of life’s adventures.
When Judie and I were at CES 2014, I kept my camera handy at all times thanks to the Capture Clip from Peak Design. (Read the review.) The Capture Clip started as a Kickstarter Project and quickly became a favorite way for me to carry my camera. Now the company is back with their new Slide, Clutch and Anchor Links.