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GoPro - Seeker Backpack

Slip your GoPro camera inside this GoPro Seeker backpack, and keep it safe on all your travels. The lined interior stores up to five cameras, protecting them from scratches and damage. With enough room to keep extra batteries and microSD cards on hand, this GoPro Seeker backpack is made for the modern adventurer.
$89.99

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    • GoPro Seeker Backpack

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    94% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (209 out of 222)

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    Features


    Batteries and SD memory card compartments

    Ensure safe storage of your belongings.

    Holds 5 camcorders

    For simple transport.

    Shoulder carrying straps

    Along with top carry handle for comfortable carrying options.

    Nylon material

    For a strong and durable design.

    Black color

    For complete color coordination.


    Customer rating

    Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 222 reviews

    94%
    would recommend to a friend

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Excellent pack for on the go like a pro

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      Shamul
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      After reading a few reviews, I was skeptical to say the least. However, I decided to check out the product in-store, and boy am I glad I did! I bought this backpack for a trip I was going on. I did a cruise from New Orleans to Mahogany Bay, Roatan, Belize, and Cozumel Mexico. We flew to New Orleans and had no issues with TSA or being able to carry it on a plane. The number of hidden gems on this pack make it a breeze to carry wherever you are. Understand, this pack is designed to hold the Karma Drone. If you aren't planning on carrying a drone, then you can comfortably carry multiple GoPro cameras, batteries, accessories (GoPole, Floatie, wrist strap, etc.). I also carried my Canon Rebel DSLR (broken down of course) with the standard and zoom lenses, filters, and fisheye lens in tow. As well as an iPad, which I placed in the hidden "camel pack holder" (*DISCLAIMER* CAMEL PACK NOT INCLUDED) just beneath the shoulder straps which slides the entire depth of the bag, just behind the back. I utilized every square inch of this backpack to load up my wallet, passport, and random souviners we picked up while in the different countries. After wearing this all day, you don't feel tired or worn out because the pack is light and limits how much you can put in it, to not overload yourself. I was able to climb the tallest Mayan Ruin in Belize without having to remove the pack. There is a clip on the shoulder strap which allows you to mount the camera for a side POV. There is also a chest strap that is only for the backpack, I utilized this once, but found the chesty more practical since the bag chesty prevents you from removing the lack without disassembling the pack chesty (just quick slide clips on the shoulder straps) I got a ton of compliments on the pack and even a few people wished they would have bought one, but didn't based on a few negative reviews. If you're wondering whether or not to get it, just do it. You'll be glad you did. It beats lugging around an old school backpack that just throws everything into a pile at the bottom of the bag or that "free" single strap DSLR bag that you probably got as a bundled package.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Poor interior design

      Posted
      BestbuyCustomer
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      I used this bag as my travel/camera bag while in Europe for 17 days straight. The interior design is horrible. I couldn't wait to return. Considering the fact that it was intended strictly for Go Pro here are the major issues: POCKET/OVER SHOULDER POV:I used the Go Pro Extension Pole with the pocket for the "Over-the-shoulder" POV but the major issue is the alignment. The Go Pro would often lean to the left due to the shape of the bookbag. Rather than being a perfect rectangle, the top is a tad bit wider than the bottom, causing for the pole to angle in at the bottom and protrude out at the top. Varying the length of the pole did not help. I ended up putting a water inside the pocket, between the pole and the book bag to compensate which helped but did not fix the issue. STRAP MOUNT: I used this with the go pro jaw clamp(without the clamp) and found that sometimes, you may swing the mount/go pro into someone when turning or in tight spaces such as inside of a museum. INTERIOR: The interior pockets are in the way. Whenever you have a full load, pulling things out from the bottom of the bag can catch onto the the interior, especially if those pockets are in use. The top zipper compartment for "multiple go pro's" also protrudes into the interior of the bag, taking away from any perceived space on the interior. BAG DESIGN: General bag design is stitched inward to give it a "slim" look which makes the bag BULGE when packed. Makes the bag look over packed even when it's not at max capacity.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Must have!

      Posted
      Gjayy
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      I'm a huge GoPro enthusiast and really love this bag. Got this as my adventure pack for my outdoor activities. Pros: 1. GoPro Mounts - These integrated Mounts come in handy when you're out hiking or walking around. Gives unique POV. 2. The GoPro Karma Drone DOES fit in the main compartment with propellers on and arms folded in. I was able to fit the charger and controller in as well. 3. Storage - There are many pockets to store any accessories you may need for the day. 4. I was able to fit my MacBook Pro 15" with a Thule hardcase inside the main compartment, however, I didn't use the dedicated laptop strap inside. Cons: 1. The pack is water resistant, however, the main pack zippers have be placed on either side. I like to keep them towards the top but it leaves a small gap where water was able to get in to. By placing them on the side it significantly reduces the amount of water that's able to get in. 2. Storage - there are many pockets, however, if you put anything bulky or oddly shaped, it may interfere in other areas. I tried putting the jaws clamp, but it sticks out. 3. I'm unable to fit my MacBook and drone in the main compartment together. I wish it was slightly larger so we can edit the footage on the go. I don't have a lot of memory on my phone so I need to utilize my laptop. Overall, this is perfect for a day out. I just recommend that it be slightly larger to accommodate a laptop and drone together.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Worst accessory till date from Go Pro

      Posted
      Deba
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      This backpack is suppossed to help me carry the Karma drone and it was a huge let down. I unscrewed the propellers and still the drone would barely fit in this 16 litre backpack. It has a nice storage for the cameras on top though. But thats the only thing you get for 100 bucks. it was $169 ...what was go pro thinking? i would recommend the seeker backpack from Dekasi for $69...makes much more sense....The other aspect of getting this backpack was that it has a shoulder mount and a chest mount inbuilt. That was not a letdown luckily... The shoulder mount is nice and is handy for mounting the karma grip or even the go pro with the case. The chest mount works well with the cameras for that FPOV. But the overall space is really cramped ...does not deserve the price tag...However if you swear by the brand name Go Pro and really need a shoulder mount for the karma grip for motorcycle rides or bike rides then this one is a better choice than the karma case as its too huge and boxy

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Awesome Bag Despite the Price

      Posted
      Grabes
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      Ok I will start by saying this bag is expensive and not for everyone. For the casual GoPro user who just needs a smaller light weight bag to carry around their camera and couple accessories there are cheaper alternative options. With that disclaimer out of the way lets really get into the review. It was initially very hard for me to justify spending $170 on a backpack but buy am I glad I did. The bag (like most GoPro accessories) is extremely well made and looks awesome. I had been searching far and wide for a bag that I could put my water bladder in and store my GoPro gear and it was almost as if the GoPro gods heard my pleas and answered with this gem. The bag has multiple built in mounts that make for awesome shots and can easily fit all my gear with no problem (believe me when I say I have a lot of accessories). I have taken this bag biking and hiking so far and can't wait to bring it on the mountain snowboarding. I highly recommend this bag to any serious GoPro users.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Awesome Backpack

      Posted
      epicninja95
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      Some critics might say that this backpack is small and I would agree - but the backpack functions well and is very versatile. GoPro was thinking of all the different possibilities that this bag can be used for. Mainly, I use this bag for my day hikes to capture footage over my shoulder and to carry other personal items. The chest mount (that is included) is pretty convenient if you want to capture videos in front of you without having to hold the camera. If you have the 3-way from GoPro (or any other selfie stick), this backpack has a spot for it. You can also carry a 2 liter water bladder in the back to stay hydrated! Overall, this bag has an ample amount of organization to keep all of those accessories organized for your trip and space for a 13" laptop to edit those videos afterwards. I wouldn't recommend using this backpack for school due to its small capacity, but I think it would work for any day trip in the city or wilderness!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Good pack for only some

      Posted
      NewChef
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      If you have a few gopro cameras and maybe even a karma drone or grip then this backpack will suit you well. Great feel with high quality materials begin to bring the high cost of this pack into reality. Some of the interior pockets are oddly placed. Also the size is very small which presents an odd look for taller or wider people. It sits great on the back if you are doing activities (biking, climbing, skiing) but can look and feel a bit tight when just walking around town. Good for very specific GoPro fans, but a likely pass for those looking for a more camera bag-type backpack.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Flaw design!

      Posted
      Unbelievable808
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      I bought this backpack because of the chest strap and mounting position on the shoulder strap. It felt good using it, but when I used it on a day hike that's when I knew it was not meant for me. The description says it can hold up to 2L of water. So I filled up my hydration bladder and I put it in. It looked perfectly find in the compartment. Beginning of the hike, my back was acting up. I couldn't figure it out until my military friend pointed out the flaw. The hydration bladder was pushing on my back. With its vertical round curvature, it was aggravating my back. I had to dump some water to make it the back a little flat. Wrong idea! 3/4 into the hike, I ran out of water. So it's a good bag, but I won't use it for a hydration system.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend



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