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Caribee Rhine

Caribee Rhine

4.5 from 2 reviews

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brian

brian

  • 273 reviews
  • 59 likes

pretty good backpack

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I bought a military grade caribee 50 litres backpack from Aussie Disposals in wollongong and found out to be great as it is strong material and has good stitching so I use for different reasons though I mainly use to bring my caribee backpack to bring the items back from the shop with little hassles and it even has a day pack / the only thing I don't like about is the straps probably need adjustment often though that isn't that hard to do / I recommend caribee backpacks to anyone who needs a reasonable and reliable backpacks that need plenty of room


Ooga

Ooga

  • 15 reviews
  • 13 likes

The Highest Quality

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I have owned two Caribee bags. I only threw the first one away because it looked old - it was still in working condition. I'd had it for about 10 years. I then went and bought a competitor's backpack...has a logo of a guy with an afro. Terrible quality...started to fall apart after a few months. Was completely unusable after six months. I then purchased the Caribee Rhine, which I've had for about 5 years. It's still in perfect condition. These bags LAST!!!
Durable - last forever, practical, lots of compartments, pockets
Minor niggle - flap over zip can be a bit annoying. Hardly worth mentioning, though

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Ooga
Ooga

Actually, I DIDN'T throw the first one away. I use it for storage of tools. It looks old, but as durable as ever.

Ooga
Ooga

I bought their more recent Caribee Rhine and it's just not the same - too small. Seems durable, but doesn't cut mustard in my opinion.

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CategoryBackpacks / Rucksacks
Price (RRP)$59.95

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