These packs bring light into your life

    Let there be light in the university lecture halls: when uni starts again, our new Proton and Neuron packs could become your trusted companions.

    Both packs have one super practical feature in common: innovative LED lighting ensures that you stay visible and safe in the evening and at night too when you're out and about. In order to make your Study Buddy glow, simply connect it to a commercially available powerbank and you’ll have enough power for at least eight hours of light. And if you do happen to run out of juice, the pack's large reflectors will also do a good job of keeping you safe. During the day, by the way, the lighting unit is very discreet and can’t be seen.

    For every day: Neuron

    The Neuron is a versatile day pack with its own laptop and tablet compartment. The dense and PFC-free fabric is hard-wearing and durable. The main and side compartments make up a volume of 26 litres, and one feature stands out as being particularly cool: your wallet/purse will not only completely safe in the extra safety pocket on the back, but also very easy to reach.


    Proton: the sporty one

    The Proton makes for a perfect sporty companion. Weighing just 800 grams and featuring the ACS tight suspension system, it’s ideal if youtravel a lot by bike. The chest and waist strap ensure that the pack fits snugly and that you stay in control when you're on the go. Another outstanding feature is the fixing on the pack for a hydration system, meaning that you’ll always have your bottle to hand.


    Your journey to uni on dark autumn and winter days will be a lot safer with these packs, meaning that you won’t have anything to worry about when getting onto your bike. And if it happens to rain, you can simply put the practical rain cover on your pack, which is designed so that it doesn't cover the lighting unit. This way, you’ll be able to get home without any of your things from uni or work getting damaged – and you can quickly unwind and enjoy the pleasures that these darker months of the year bring.

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