OnePlus Backpack Review

From day one of the backpack arriving, I was stoked to use it. Unfortunately, and fortunately, school had not started yet. Therefore, I couldn't use it on a regular basis, but I could start to use it on the first day of school. About the second day though, I noticed a couple of problems with it.
Now, before I get started on the negative, I want to focus on the positive. This backpack was made of a great quality fiber. I'm not sure what exactly it is made out of, as all of the specifications are in Chinese. What it does say though is that it is made of Nylon, but it also says that they accessories are Polyester. So, I'm not quite sure which one it is, or if it's both, but it does seem like a very nice fabric.

It does have pockets for literally everything. Inside of its 41X30X10 cm shell, it has pockets that can fit a OnePlus Two, a OnePlus Powerbank, two OnePlus Pens, and a OnePlus Wallet. Really, you could put anything in there that fits the form factor. Props to OnePlus for that.

Another thing I did like is the hidden zipper look. As you can see from the picture above, there are no zippers, just the fabric pull strings. This pulls off a really nice look, and you actually never see the zippers if it is zipped up.

Which brings me to the bad news, because it correlates with the hidden zippers. What I find ineffective is the fabric above the zipper on the big portion of the backpack. You know, the one that holds the majority of the stuff. This is one of the only two things that I can find wrong with this backpack. When I am zipping up the big portion, the fabric gets caught in the zipper. I notices this 9/10 times I try to zip up the backpack. I have to then drop whatever is in my other hand (if there is anything in my other hand), and pull the zipper free of the fabric, then hold the fabric while I continue to zip up the backpack. This may seem like a small issue, but can be really cumbersome after even just a week of use. But, I've had problems with that with all of the backpacks that I have owned, and the problem diminishes every day, so it shouldn't be a problem by the end of the month.

Now, back to the positive. I do like the material that this is made of. It is made of some nylon-polyester-contraption-combination . . . thing. I have no idea what it is made of, but it is something to do with those two fabrics. It is a really nice combination of fabrics though. Nothing that irritates the skin when wearing this backpack, and still, it manages to be light.

This backpack, though small, still manages to hold everything I need throughout my day, without having any extra bulges. I don't carry a lot of stuff, granted, but I do carry stuff that a normal person may carry. But, let it be acknowledged that with great weight, comes great heat. I think that is how that one US President put it. Anyway, the more stuff that is in this backpack, the more it weighs (duh). The more it weighs though, the less the airy pads on the back work. It is becoming hotter and hotter throughout my day. It should keep my back somewhat warm during the colder days, but those haven't happened yet, so I haven't had the chance to test that. But as for right now, I do not recommend wearing a jacket or heavy shirt during a semi-hot day. Like 80° semi-hot. Other than that, I can't find anything wrong with it.

All in all, I really like this backpack. It is made of pristine quality, just like the phones that they make, I highly recommend buying one if you are in the need of a new backpack, as it is very highly functional. If you want to see the video review of the backpack, go ahead and view the video at the end of this post. Photos are coming soon. I just have to compile them into a Google Photos album.

It appears that the OnePlus backpack happens to eat your things. If you experience this problem, please comment below. For me, it has eaten an SD card adapter and Micro SD card, as well as the Anker extended battery for my phone. I have not been able to find them after putting them in my backpack. Something is up. Maybe, if you feed it other plastics, it won't eat your stuff. Has anybody tried that?


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