Jorge

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Jorge

Jorge wrote a review of on January 22, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Light weight and comfortable. I also have a Camelbak Hawg and Mule and keep reaching for the Volt for Mtn. Biking and hiking. The straps twist on you while putting it on and I wish they had a bit more padding. Once on there is no shifting around like other bags especially when riding downhill. Spacious like the Hawg and very light!

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Jorge

Jorge wrote a review of on January 22, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Very spacious and surprisingly quiet. We have used it over 20 times for several days of use. Easily handles 4 snowboards and 4 carry on size suitcases and a couple of backpacks. Sold the snowboard rack and no more stuffing the cargo area! Easy on and off and we keep it in the rafters when not in use. Solid purchase perfect size for our family!

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Jorge wrote a review of on February 22, 2013

4 5

Works as advertised some of the recording modes are overkill for novices like me. At this price level the WiFi remote should at least come with a wrist strapand additional mounts. The battery life sucks on the black edition compared to the white and silver! Be prepared to spend more than $400.00. Got 2 batteries car/wall charger for $25.00 and those last longer than the OEM's. Purchased a velcro watch strap from Target for about $8.00. Also need the head strap and additional mounts another $40.00. Protective camera case to carry everything together $30.00.The camera is great just be patient and take your time to learn how to use it and the editing software you end up using. Four stars only because I shouldn't have to spend so much more for battery life or basic accessories when you are buying the top of the line product.

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