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Able carry max Review Analysis

Based on 37 reviews from ablecarry.com and blogs.

Review Summary (AI-Written)

  • Great for daily use
  • Intelligent design
  • Calming capabilities
  • Hardest core™©
  • Rugged and techy

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Reviews by Topic

Our analysis shows how reviewers feel about different topics. Please note these are not full reviews.

Carry-on

(1/4)

"Able Carry Max Backpack | An air channel keeps things cool while housing a luggage pass-through"

Positive
packhacker.com

Strap

(1/3)

"But we weren’t completely sold on it since you need to push it in to unbuckle. Once you’ve got the strap tightened towards your chest, pushing inward isn’t an ideal action, so we’d still take a traditional side-release buckle over this magnetic one."

Neutral
packhacker.com

Zipper

(1/3)

"Before we can get into the main compartment, we do have to point out that there’s a fair bit of resistance to the zippers, so you can’t just recklessly pull on the front flap and expect the Max Backpack to cooperate and fully open up its main compartment. You’ll have to go with a more gentle but firm approach for this one."

Negative
packhacker.com

Compartment

(1/3)

"Before we can get into the main compartment, we do have to point out that there’s a fair bit of resistance to the zippers, so you can’t just recklessly pull on the front flap and expect the Max Backpack to cooperate and fully open up its main compartment. You’ll have to go with a more gentle but firm approach for this one."

Neutral
packhacker.com

Comfort

(1/3)

"The Max is a touch heavier than some of its competition, but for me, the comfortable carry outweighs the. . .weight"

Positive
Mike N.
ablecarry.com

Hiking

(1/2)

"I've used it to hike at Nevada's Valley of Fire State Park and it's held up well with camera gear and water and such. I had to add a hip belt because it became heavy with all my hiking and tech gear. So if Able Carry would release a belt attachment, I would definitely buy."

Positive
Julius R.
ablecarry.com

Laptop

(1/1)

"The only drawback to the laptop pocket is that it doesn’t have a top vertical strap to hold the laptop in place. Gravity will do that 99% of the time, but if you tipped the pack upside down, the laptop can slide a few inches toward the top of the pack, which isn’t padded. This would only be an issue with a small laptop in a pack that’s not particularly loaded with gear. The gear in a loaded pack creates side pressure and friction to keep things in place"

Neutral
manmakesfire.com

Commute

(1/1)

"I didn't need much, I admit. I wanted simple, compact, user friendly organization of everyday items for commuting around Chicago. Most of the packs I tested tried to do too much. Too many pockets, etc"

Neutral
Mike
ablecarry.com

Size

(1/1)

"The front side of the main compartment also serves a similar purpose. I can partially open the zipper and access the front top pocket. The idea is great but I wish the pocket was slightly larger. My Sony XM4 headphones do not fit into that pocket even when folded"

Negative
theperfectpack.com

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