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Snugpak Response Pak

Snugpak Response Pak



When travelling light it pays to have all your essentials in one place and the handy Response Pak has a place for just about anything. With multiple inside and outside pockets it carries a wide range of items, from cameras to first aid kits, it will also easily accommodate all your essentials and will always be ready when you are. (Maximum waist size 46inch)


Limited Edition: No
Brand: Snugpak
Dimensions (cm) Non Config: 36cm x 14cm x 22cm
Materials: 600D Polyester
Product Weight (g): 440g


  1. I've had 3 of these from different sources - buy one nowReview by
    These make the perfect "Emergency Bag" - I could give you a list of everything I've managed to pack in one of these but....
    A. You wouldn't believe me
    B. The list would take a whole page!!

    Just buy it. Now.
    (Posted on )
  2. ExcellentReview by
    I wanted a bag that I could carry around that wasn’t the size of a rucksack and this fitted my needs perfectly.
    The material is hardwearing; the stitching is very neat and strong. There is a strap that clips around the bag that has the carry handle on it, which you unclip to access the main pockets and it also has an adjustable shoulder strap that neatly tucks away in Velcro side pockets when you are not using it.
    The shoulder strap isn’t the longest, but on full length i can put it over my neck diagonal and the bag will sit just under my arm pit on the other side so i can swing it onto my back or chest easily.
    It has the following pockets:
    One main pocket that’s a good size with a mesh pocket built into one side.
    One front pocket with a build in pocket which has 2 smaller pockets on the front of that.
    Two side pockets.
    All the exterior pockets have double zips with small lanyards on them.
    There are Molle compatible fittings all around.
    Even though it isn’t a massive bag it fits a lot more than I thought it would in it.
    Overall a useful, well-made bag. Suitable for anything from daily EDC, bug out bag, fishing, or just a day out.
    (Posted on )
  3. tardis tough toolboxReview by
    stowed under drivers seat,crammed full of diy tools for work.used and abused daily for last 2 years.tough material loose screwdrivers chisels etc no nicks or tears.carrys twice what you would think.compression straps keep contents secure.use for fishing whilst wading molle loops handy too.excellent quality kit (Posted on )
  4. Declutterisation starts here. Review by
    I wrote a review in 2013 and since then it's been used constantly with but one minor stitching issue, The top seam of the divider in the front pocket has frayed. It appears to have been stitched too low to grip the folded-over fabric which is now emitting threads. External stitching is all still good but admittedly it doesn't get carried outside that often.
    It's a good minimalist's tool to whittle away extraneous kit to a core system of the most essential ie. oft-used pieces. My original review was titled "All your s**t in one basket" and for me this is now a fact, to my immense satisfaction and convenience.
    Kindle/phone/charger/shave kit/clippers/shoeshine/documents/pen/torch/keys/knife/glasses/watch /lighter and a few other bits and bobs.
    (Posted on )
  5. Just greatReview by
    In my mind a 'bum-bag' shouldn't cost more than this. I'm from a generation where they were cheap and cheerful because no-one wanted one (maybe still the case to some extent!?). Anyway, I use this for work with a lot of clambering about. I can pack cereal bars and a small bottle of water, a thin jumper or pac-a-Mac, a camera, wire saw, keys, tissues and still have a bit of room. I even use the webbing on the side for a tape measure. There is no fear of losing equipment and its stood up well with two weeks hard abuse. I can't see it breaking as the quality seems brill, just use common sense and don't stuff it until it's bulging.
    The Zips had cord pulls on already and seem quiet to me. The belt is widely adjustable and has a couple of tangs to slot excess away neatly. Carry handle is probably over engineered but good for grabbing this from the car boot.
    I wouldn't pay more and can't see why some brands would charge more. It's a bum-bag, they're probably all made in the same place and all from nylon. Just because things are expensive doesn't make them better. If you need a bag like this...get this one.
    Wicked fast service from HH as usual and I know I'm getting authentic kit. Thanks.
    (Posted on )
  6. Poor Quality Control-Failed StichingReview by
    This is an update to my previous review on the Snugpak Response Pak. Now that i have used this several times in the field i have a more informed opinion. Both mine and a friends Pak have failed, with mine stitching came away causing a fail in the left hand side pouch. My friends pak park failed due to stitching giving way from the main pouch/compartment. This has been highlighted by other reviews so there appears to be a quality control issue with Snugpaks version. Neither of the mentioned Packs have been abused with load or climate conditions. Whilst it first appears to be and fare peace of kit for the price the cost could have been much greater if we had lost essential kit due to failure or even our car keys. With hindsight i would rather pay a great deal more for a similar pack on the market knowing it would not fail me. (Posted on )
  7. Great! Review by
    "Can't fault it'" Simply a Brilliant little pak that holds more than you think. It's a steel at that Price. Cheers HH for your fast as usual Service. (Posted on )
  8. Fantastic little pack!Review by
    Wasn't expecting much for £15 but boy was i surprised!
    Very sturdy and well put together bit of kit,seems like it will last a good long while.
    It's amazing how much you can actually fit in this little pack.
    Absolute bargain,and fantastic service from Heinnie as always.
    (Posted on )
  9. Great Piece of Kit for Bushcraft, Survival & General Acitivites in the FieldReview by
    First and foremost astonishing delivery service from HH yet again, ordered day 1, delivered day 2.

    Perfect size for bushcraft / survival kit with plenty of webbing to add versatility. Appears robust although not used and abused enough to have a fully informed opinion. Great price
    (Posted on )
  10. Excellent for travelReview by
    Brilliant bit of kit for travel. Used for the first time on recent Ryanair flights to/from Italy as the "second" (small) bag you are now allowed, and its cavernous! It was a bit too big for walking around Rome ( a standard bum bag was all I really needed) but for travelling it was superb. The numerous compartments were extremely useful, and coming back I was able to fit 200 cigarettes into the main compartment as well as the travel bits already in it. Highly recommended. (Posted on )
  11. Very good Review by
    Mine accompanies me in the back of the Fire Engine with my other kit. Got sick of things flying around the cab. As an example of how much you can fit in here's what s in mine:
    Spare t-shirt and socks, emergency food, spork, spare dust masks, rubber gloves, spare knife, pens and china graph pencils, small rag, screws, blue tack, zinc oxide tape and small sun cream . Even room for sunglasses and phone.
    Really good quality bag for hikers, medics, car emergency bag and nerds like me.
    (Posted on )
  12. Cracking bit of kitReview by
    This is small bag, not a great deal bigger than a large wash bag. It makes an excellent 'go-bag' for keeping useful things in. I currently keep mine in my car. The two side pockets are just a bit bigger than a small camera case. The front pocket is very useful and has a divider with two small pockets on it. There are 'MOLLE' attachments all around the bag. The main compartment is quite spacious and it is surprising the amount of gear that you can cram into it. In all a brilliant little bag and of course excellent service by HH, 5*. (Posted on )
  13. Cracking bit of kitReview by
    This is small bag, not a great deal bigger than a large wash bag. It makes an excellent 'go-bag' for keeping useful things in. I currently keep mine in my car. The two side pockets are just a bit bigger than a small camera case. The front pocket is very useful and has a divider with two small pockets on it. There are 'MOLLE' attachments all around the bag. The main compartment is quite spacious and it is surprising the amount of gear that you can cram into it. In all a brilliant little bag and of course excellent service by HH, 5*. (Posted on )
  14. Great!Review by
    Great product and amazing value. I take mine clay pigeon shooting. It fits about 85 12 ga cartridges in the main compartment, and still lots of space on the end pockets for earplugs, pens, pocket knife etc. (Posted on )
  15. Still going strong 7 years onReview by
    Bought 2006. Replaced zip pulls with paracord, added ABS keeper loops to belt and Grimlocs to Molle. Has previously swallowed H&K USP and 2x spare mags. Currently holds CAT, Quikclot, other First Aid, shears, tools, 2x mobile phones, sandwiches, Rite-in-Rain pad, Sharkie, torch, whistle, sunglasses etc on motorbike. Replaces rucsac. Perfect. Will buy another if it ever wears out but no sign yet. (Posted on )
  16. All your s**t in one basketReview by
    A birthday gift, a bit small I thought BUT - Wave, Fenix, keyring with many gadgets plus mobile and charger in one side pocket - tight squeeze. Shaving kit plus baccy tin in other - room to spare. Side pocket holds wallet, cards, pens, passport, notebook etc again with room for more, which leaves main pocket for whatever you like - example of available volume is 10x50 binoculars, Esbit solid fuel stove, first aid kit and paperback book OR 58 pattern bottle/mug instead of the binocs. Construction is sturdy and the waist-band is long enough to act as a shoulder strap. External attachment points for tarp, knife etc for light camping, fishing etc. Excellent product at a very reasonable price. Delighted.

    (Posted on )
  17. GrabagtasticReview by
    Bigger than it looks. I keep putting things in and it seems to fit it all. Not good enough for military use. But would be a handy thing for a mini survival kit in the car boot etc. (Posted on )
  18. snugpak v viperReview by
    I like this pack. I agree it's a bit fussy but aren't we all?! To be honest though I much prefer the very similar viper version of this pack for its superior strength and versatility. (Posted on )
  19. Improved!Review by
    I already had one of these for a couple of years and it's been great so I thought I'd get one for the car. I had previously replaced all the zip fasteners with cord as it was very jingley jangley but the new one I've just received has already got cord with rubber grips - looks like those snugpack guys have been listening to feedback! It's now pretty much perfect out of the packet. Unrivalled service from Heinnie as usual. (Posted on )
  20. I bought this…Review by
    I bought this bag to hold all my gear for my work as a surveyor/permissioner for a utility arboriculture company which includes a laser distance finder, pda, camera, binoculars, first aid kit, gloves, safety glasses and a pruning saw fastened to the outside. Great bag and great service. Will definitely be using Heinnie Haynes again. (Posted on )
  21. Great BagReview by
    I've had this bag for over a year now. I use it as an EDC to my larger hiking kit; all my essentials and a poncho strapped on for good measure.

    I love this bag, but did get tired of the busy straps. I removed the waist strap and the handle/compression strap. I just have a bit of cord over it to make a satchel and some shock cord to keep it all compressed.

    With these MOD's it's perfect for me.
    (Posted on )
  22. It's the Doctors Tardis...Review by
    What a great grab bag. It's amazing what you can fit in it.
    Below is the long and boring list of things I managed to fit into it, with lots of room left over:

    Bahco Laplander Saw in Sheath.
    Mora Companion Knife.
    Tin of Kindal mint cake.
    Lifesystems first aid kit.
    Zippo hand warmer.
    Fire steel.
    Imco Triplex petrol lighter in sheath.
    4 compressed towels.
    100ft of 550 paracord.
    Knife, Fork & Spoon.
    Bottle of new skin.
    Bottle of Anti bacterial hand gel.
    Sewing kit.
    2 rolls of magnesium.

    In my opinion this really is a must buy piece of kit...
    (Posted on )
  23. man bagReview by
    Must say brilliant bit off kit to help empty my pockets and other things. Great little pack bargain for the price where was this when i was in the forces, got to say as well to Heinnie Hayes 1st class service that's why I just keep coming back.
    (Posted on )
  24. It's way too…Review by
    It's way too fussy. The internal dividers are only suitable for paper, anything thicker & they deform into the pocket.

    The loops on the outside aren't much use unless you're going to buy some pouches, which'd make it unwieldy. I tried using them to strap to my rucksack but the positioning means the bag seesaws.

    My 1st main complaint is the zip to the main compartment,it'd be better if it went around the edges like a camera bags rather than straight across the middle,so I've struggled putting some things in that once in rattle around.

    The 2nd is the grab handle.I've no idea what the idea of the overstrap is. To get anything out of the bag,you've got to undo those straps first,which isn't very convenient or you can leave them dangling.I eventually cut them off & sewed the handle back onto itself.

    The built in bumbag strap works okay for me & I've not had a problem with the build quality like some.I'll find some use for it I'm sure, but on the whole, I've seen better options.
    (Posted on )
  25. Top bit of…Review by
    Top bit of kit - use mine for carrying all my spare tools, batteries, torch in the fire service. It has lasted a few years being thrown about on the back of a fire engine - also used one as my "crash" bag when deployed to Herrick - hoofing bit of kit. (Posted on )
  26. grab bagReview by
    These bags are great value and hard wearing material, I use one as a grab bag and another for walking kit. Would however like to see these produced in some camo colours, i.e. realtree, advantage, mossy oak, etc. Would be a great addition. (Posted on )
  27. A year onReview by
    I have now had my 2 bags over a year and have to say I am still delighted with them. One lives in the car as a traveling emergency kit and the other goes with me on every walk, hike, trip and no it has never failed ..... and my two have absolutely NO manufacturing problems. Excellent kit. (Posted on )
  28. Sewing quality not greatReview by
    Had the same issues as Mark from Cheshire, after first wasn't packed heavily, however I was running with it for the entire day and probably that caused the strap to loose all the stitching, anyway got it replaced by Heinnie [again you're great!]straight away.

    Pros: if you don't like backpacks and sweat accumulation on your back and like to travel "light" this is for you.

    Cons: sewing quality is not that great and could easily be improved(for instance making the strap one piece inside the bag, instead of two pieces sewn into - how hard would that be?) so my advice is: don't pack anything heavy into it...

    I'll get mine "tuned" soon, thank god I know someone who is a sewer and can help me out:)

    Anyway, for the price don't expect miracles, it's a great product with some small flaws.

    (Posted on )
  29. perfect little bagReview by
    Ordered on Friday arrived Saturday morning. Excellent service, delivery and products. (Posted on )
  30. WOW! nuff saidReview by
    WOW! Fantastic service from HH less than 24 hours from order to delivery, as for the pack what an awesome piece of kit,
    load the pack strap a tarp on the bottom and I'm set for a 72 hour outing.
    (Posted on )
  31. wowReview by
    Have been using this for the last 3 months every day. I cannot explain how much of a MUST HAVE this product is. It is so versatile I can use it to carry anything. It looks so small when you take it out of the packet, but as soon as you get it anywhere near kit it just eats it all up. This is one amazing piece of kit that I always have with me. (Posted on )
  32. Back for moreReview by
    I bought one of these bags for my daughter; now I have one for myself and have been using it for a few months while out shooting. It holds spare ammo, monocular, small first aid kit, camo sheet for makeshift hide, fleece gloves, Mora knife, phone, para cord, multi-tool, diamond sharpening tool, black bin sacks, appropriate permission forms/maps, AAA cell LED torch, spare batteries for the gunlight and all the other small bits and pieces I find useful but don't want in my pockets. It seems that there is no end to the versatility of this cracking little bag and if Heinnie gets any faster, they'll be sending stuff out before I order it. Five stars. (Posted on )
  33. The other halfReview by
    Thanks Heinnie,As soon as i showed the other half it was gone not to be seen again. More space than the Tardis in Doctor Who (Posted on )
  34. brilliant!Review by
    Firstly, Hennie received my order at 4pm Thursday and I received the item the following day, phenomenal level of customer service in my mind. The pack looks tiny when you get it but I can't believe how much stuff you can fit into it!! It will happilly swallow everything I need and if it won't take any more then simply clip a carabiner on and stick it on the outside there's loads of points to fit one. The waist belt is solid and the clips don't feel flimsy. I agree with the other reviews about the zippers making loads of noise but thats an easy fix with some para cord. At this price grab two of them!! (Posted on )
  35. I'm sold on this one.Review by
    If you're into pockets, zips and molle compatability, then this is a little wet dream. If you can't get it in it, you can put it on it. Heinnie get 10/10 as well; ordered late afternoon, delivered 10.30am next day. (Posted on )
  36. Accurate description and…Review by
    Accurate description and I agree with previous reviewers facts. Multiple carry options and uses. A great bag for all that important stuff you want with you out of your main rucksack or luggage or, separated within your packs. So useful I have ordered an Olive Drab one in addition.

    Again as part of my first ever order I have no complaints with the process, price, service or goods ! Well done HH.
    (Posted on )
  37. TARDISReview by
    Amazing, absolutely amazing! The sheer amount of stuff I have been able to fit in this bag just beggars belief. Because it's essentially built along straight lines, you can pack stuff in like nobody's business. Even if you don't need one, buy one. At this price, once you've got one, you'll find stuff to stick inside it just so you can show the thing off! (Posted on )
  38. Tardis bagReview by
    This is a very strange bag, you just keep puttin stuff in it, and it all fits !! And if the internal space is not enough, there are ample places to hang extra pouches, knives, kitchen sinks, etc on the outside. When I unpacked it, was less than impressed.. then I started packing it, and it just swallows stuff ! Its got a stove and gas, towel, shaving kit, large SAK, emergency tent, bivi bag, torch, fire kit, trioxane tabs, compass, whistle....... the list goes on ! You are not going to beat this bag for the price. Top this off with the excellent service.... Its a win/win. (Posted on )
  39. Good BagReview by
    Great bag, loads of room inside and you can wear it as a bumbag without looking too odd because of it's tacticool style.

    It's a perfect in between size for when pockets are not enough and a daysack is too much.

    As well as a waistpack I've been clipping it to the strap of a messenger bag so essentials are right in front of you without having to rummage around a bigger bag.

    A word of caution - as well as the zips there is a clip that secures over the zips. I bought one of these for my wife and she didn't secure the clips and she got her purse dipped while looking after our 2 year old. I'm sure everybody on here is streetwise enough not to make that mistake though.

    Oh yeah and it's so cheap. It's more difficult to find reasons not to buy than to buy.
    (Posted on )
  40. Just right!Review by
    Has an awful lot of space without being too big and can actually fit a lot in there.

    I have it set up for all the smaller gear that you would need in a mini camping set, including a full sized knife, a folding saw, paracord, mini medical kit, torch, cutlery set, multitool, an all in one compass/whistle/mirror/storage, firesteel, lighter, tinder & other fuel (gel plus solid), batteries, notepad, pen/pencil, glow sticks and still have more space.

    Plenty of loops to have things from, and I have, a mini folding spade and plan on filling up the other loops.

    Very good for its size!
    (Posted on )
  41. ExcellentReview by
    I bought it mainly for camping but I think I'll end up using it all the time.
    Not too big, not too small. And I'm surprised by how sturdy the fabric is.

    When a regular bum bag is not enough and a back pack would be too much, this is - in my opinion - the best.

    As a side note, the sliders on the zippers make an annoying sound so I removed them all and replaced them with paracord. Now it's perfect.
    (Posted on )
  42. All Things To All MenReview by
    My wife got this bag for me last year as a gift and I have to say it gets used all the time. Away for an overnight it takes a change of undies, shave & tooth kit, playbook, my meds (type 2 diabetic) wallet, phone, keys - it's awesome! Camping it takes all my emergency gear inc whistle, torch and 1st Aid in bum-bag mode. (Posted on )
  43. Great valueReview by
    I use this to carry my lures when I go pike fishing. Its handy because I can put it round my waist and wade out to where I want to fish. Having all my lures on me means I don't have to go back and forth to my tackle box everytime I want to change my lure which saves me alot of time. Pros: very cheap, roomy compartments and quality stitching/materials. Cons: not waterproof. (Posted on )
  44. Just the ticketReview by
    I have had none of the issues with the strap previously mentioned, this bag is in perfect nick! Great little bag with a nice amount of space. I have my essentials stored in it and have it molle strapped onto my rucksack when camping out. I then detach this little TARDIS and head out with only my basic kit if I need to roam around. With some creative packing you really can stuff this thing full! Easily recommend for the price. 5* product with Heinnie's 5* service. Every order I have placed (and thats quite a few!) has arrived the next day, impressed doesn't even come close. Keep it up guys. (Posted on )
  45. Snugpak response BagReview by
    1stly when you do a product search in googles froogle Heinnie are always in the top % for best price from a reputable online company.....2ndly I hate being ripped off for shipping and again Heinnie offer free shipping on all products. 3rdly Great communications with e-mail, I was told that my item was in stock and had been despatched and was expected to take 2-5 days, item arrived well packaged in 2 days !!! what an amazing service so well done and thank you for that. Now for the Snugpak review, well made, roomy, loads of pockets and compartments and different options for carrying styles absolute magic...and the best feature for me of all is the fact that worn on the waist as a bum bag it is very subtle and not in your face at all which I really like, always a bit self conscious of looking like a nutter when walking my dog...Lol
    (Posted on )
  46. Versatile carry-allReview by
    Bought this for a daughter to go hill walking with her bloke (who carries most of the kit). She said she feels a bit 'unprepared' so I've bought this bag for her to carry some emergency bits 'n' bobs - torch, knife, whistle, survival blanket etc. and there are more than enough pockets, pouches and straps to take all she'll need (and more)as well as offering a choice of ways to carry it. Build quality looks good, price is very good and Heinnie's service was very good, too. I'm happy and hope my daughter will be as well. Might even have one for myself yet. (Posted on )
  47. My new apocalypse bag.Review by
    I took this bag with me to V festival where I was working as security for the weekend, and it did not disappoint.
    I managed to store all my essential weekend/festival kit with no problems whatsoever.

    First Aid
    Change of underwear and socks
    Sun Cream
    Duct tape
    5 x Protein Bars
    Pocket Knife

    I've had no issues with build quality and would highly recommend this to anyone looking for a small and functional pack for their essential items.
    (Posted on )
  48. Far Below Expectations...Review by
    At first sight, this item seems like a great product but on closer inspection it falls down badly.

    Some of the stitching had already come apart before I even opened the packaging. Interesting that it has the same damage as "Mark from Cheshire" in his review, "Webbing strap on outer pocket pulled out of the seam it was stitched into."

    Pros: Super cheap and has lots of pockets/storage space.

    Cons: It's poor quality build.

    Overall: Knowing what I know now, in the future I'll invest in something higher spec; proof again that you get what you pay for. In one word - Cheap.

    (Posted on )
  49. very nice pack,…Review by
    very nice pack, perfect for day trips or very light over nighters. no problems with construction whatsoever [although zips are quite loud- will be replacing with paracord]
    brilliant service from heinnie: ordered Sunday evening and arrived Tuesday morning.
    (Posted on )
  50. snugpak response pak greenReview by
    Nicely made and very, very usefull. I bought this for use as a large bum-bag for our holiday. This waste-pack is perfect for my second use! Lure fishing the rock mark's of the Gower coast. I'm confident it will hold some food, a few lures/spinners, a spare spool, my mobile phone, head torch,camera, car keys, folding knife, sun tan lotion, shades, and plastic bag for the ones that didn't get away 8>)
    I would imagine it would be perfect for cyclists or runners too or any activity when a ruck sack or bag would be to restrictive.
    The price is pretty cheap for a named product too.
    (Posted on )
  51. Excellent piece of…Review by
    Excellent piece of kit. Well worth the money. I pack amongst other things, Carmera and cable-wallet-Travel documents-Sand goggles-sunglasses-Multitool-iridium-notebook & pen-GPS-Batteries-paracord. Thanks Heinnie (Posted on )
  52. Superb!

    Review by

    I packed in:

    Waterproof peaked mountain cap
    Pertex windshirt
    Fingerless gloves
    LifeSystems pocket first aid kit
    Emergency dental first aid kit
    Gerber full size multi-tool
    Micofibre towel
    Airline wash kit: (toothbrush,paste,facewash,razor etc,spare socks & pants)
    Small backplate compass
    Waterproof matchbox
    Notebook in cover with pens and pencil
    Army backlock knife with opener
    Safety pins and cable ties
    Highlander camp survival kit (fishing, wire saw, matches)
    MOD aircrew survival fire starter kit with tinder and water carrying condoms
    AA cell torch
    Spectacle repair kit and lens cloth
    Spectacle retainer strap
    Gerber multi scewdriver tool with LED torch.
    Painkillers and medication
    Whistle and lanyard
    Anti-bacterial hand gel
    several OXO cubes and boiled sweets
    Survival card tool
    Resucitation mask
    Various small "odds and sods"

    The above does not include what is hanging on the outside

    Beware of expensive imitations!
    (Posted on )
  53. Sadly dissapointedReview by
    Webbing strap on outer pocket pulled out of the seam it was stitched into.The item clipped onto it was lost (the reason for 1 star).Would only trust this pack with very light use.I use it mainly to protect my Jet boil cooker and a few odds and ends. (Posted on )
  54. How Much!Review by
    There seems to be pricing issue with this pack, there is way too much bag for the money.

    I use my Pak as a bail out bag and have managed to fit in a 24 hrs rat pack, survival blanket, first aid kit, hexi stove, compass, spork, firesteel, firetin, wipes, coffee sachets, lighter, paracord, sharpie and other essentials. The bag still isn't full. The MOLLE attachments are asking for a small fixed blade knife with kydex sheath to be attached (RAT Cutlery Izula maybe). The waist strap can be tucked away into a flap at the back of the pak which leaves a grab handle to be used.

    It sits comfortably on the waist either at the front or back and has the added ability to take something like a folding saw under the grab handle.

    An awesome little bail out / FAK / survival / manbag.
    (Posted on )
  55. Like a Tardis!Review by
    When this thing first arrived I didn't think it would be big enough. I bought it with the intention of making it a bug out bag, and so I was going to fill it with survival and camping gear and chuck it in my car boot. I was shocked how much stuff fits in this little thing, no way is this thing a 'bumbag' or 'fanny pack', it's great! (Posted on )
  56. very versatileReview by
    A very versatile piece of kit. Very comfortable even after a days mountain biking plenty of storage for its size and promises to be usefull in many situations. (Posted on )
  57. worth itReview by
    Using mine for a cycling pack, locks, tools, spares, and with the molle webbing everything else you could need can be fastened to it. Also very good quality and cheap for what you get. (Posted on )
  58. Really useful bag at a reasonable priceReview by
    This is a cheaper version of the maxpedition proteus. Offered at fraction of the price, still offers good and soft materials and good finishes.
    (Posted on )
  59. Handy packReview by
    Thanks Heinnie for getting this to me this is a very handy pack to have allot of compartments and allot of spaces to fill just now its because my contingency pack for the car with the weather. (Posted on )
  60. M B EvansReview by
    A brilliant bit of kit I managed to fit a poncho,survival tin and pouch, multi tool,first aid kit and knife with still lots of room for more also very comfortable to wear. (Posted on )
  61. belt kitReview by
    Very well made , and has several potential uses - two or three of these form a useful improvised belt kit.
    (survival kit,medical kit,gun kit,comms...)
    slotted into/thru each other - you want to stop the tomcat bell sound? (remove the paracord zip helpers untie them* - snip off the metal zip pulls - re-attache your paracord helpers - now you dont sound like a tomcat when you run with it on ;) ... they are so good i suspect they will sell out soon.
    (Posted on )
  62. A Real Pocket Rocket!Review by
    I was a little concerned when I unwrapped this - it seemed really small..Totally wrong - its like the Tardis - ideal for a day hike to pack your food, drink and EDC Gear. Brilliant and great service as usual from HH (Posted on )
  63. not bad at all !Review by
    Looks small when first opened , but really fills out when you start loading ! I have . Full size army basha , Laplander saw , Mora 2000 , Fire starting kit , Fishing and trapping kit , Torch , monocular , Medi kit and 15m of 7mm utility cord ! Strong robust and spacious BARGAIN ! " Reviews on youtube " (Posted on )
  64. Snugpak Response Pak - Lightning the load.Review by
    Assuming review space is ltd, so i`ll try to be concise.
    Im the type of person who carries the kitchen sink outdoors (Sabre 60-120 plus plce`s)
    With the Response Pak you can grab and go or clip it on and move fast and light, knowing you have everything on it /in it, to live.
    Critically, Snugpak offers quality, speed and most importantly `compact versitility`, and all at a price thats extremely hard to beat.
    You will not be dissapointed with this `deceivingly` small piece of kit.
    (Posted on )
  65. greatReview by
    I ran from Sheffield to bridlington over three days.
    this pack fitted well didn't rub and held:
    hammock,tarp,honey stove,ropes and pegs ,folding 1 liter water bottle
    a 5.11 folding water bottle holder attched held spork titanium cop and the days food.
    (Posted on )
  66. grab bag!!!Review by
    This pack is surprisingly larger than you would think! I have had mine for about 6 months now! What can I say apart from I am very happy with it! Fantastic quality and good construction! This pack has replaced my daysack on long walks as it is more than capable of carrying all of your essentials! (Posted on )
  67. MrReview by
    The Snugpak response Pak is tough and remarkably spacious. When I got the package and saw the Pak I was afraid it was going to be too small. Wrong! I have a digital camera, binoculars, medical kit, survival kit, torch, compass, tin of tobacco and a pipe in there, and I reckon I still have room for a Tarp, and water purifier. Great bag. (Posted on )
  68. Amazing pack for moneyReview by
    This is an EXACT copy of Maxpedition's Proteus. It does even have those two side pen holsters and Velcro closure to hide the waist strap in the back. Materials, stitching, zippers etc. are very good quality though not as good as Maxpedition uses.
    This one has built-in two MOLLE straps in the back so you can attach this pack to MOLLE gear, there is no need to buy extra clips.
    I have made some OD para cord pulls in place of those ugly metal ones and now the pack is perfect.
    (Posted on )
  69. Great bagReview by
    A great little bag for very little money, loads of pockets and plenty of room for all your knives, torch etc.
    What a bargain. Quick delivery as usual from HH.
    (Posted on )
  70. Great Emergency PackReview by
    This has got to be the best "grab and go" kit on the market.
    It's a bit like the "Tardis", you open it up and there's all this space. so far I've got my torch, leatherman, survival blanket, fire bowl, tinder, deluxe survival kit, paracord and a few other bits in it and I still have space for a small first aid kit and other bits and pieces.
    Truly a great piece of kit for anyone wanting to keep their essential tools together for fast deployment and all for less than ú15, amazing!
    (Posted on )
  71. Great BugOut / Grab bagReview by
    First off, this thing costs less than ú15! It carries the famous Snugpak name and with that comes reliability. It can be a stand alone grab bag, with essentials for whatever work you're in. Or it can fit in your holdall or rucksack etc to store smaller items for easy access.
    There are molle style loops for attaching/clipping things to the sack. This has to be not only one of the best small sized bugout bags on the market, but also the cheapest. You won't be disappointed with this, trust me.
    (Posted on )
  72. Good bag for…Review by
    Good bag for the price, not perfect but its under fifteen pounds, I like it for essential kit, sleep with it get up and run, have changed metal zip pulls to noisy. (Posted on )
  73. Useful but could be betterReview by
    A really handy sized bag slightly let down by a few design flaws. The belt should be longer and detachable, though it can be tucked behind the velcro'd flap. The zips should have double closures to enable them to be closed at the top and potentially locked together. The carrying handle should slide on the straps so it can sit centrally above the bag. Despite these issues it will still come with me on every shooting trip until I find something better. (Posted on )
  74. Fantastic for the…Review by
    Fantastic for the price. Can hold waterproof jacket survival pack and snacks as well as a jetboil stove and mug. Just needs a water bottle pouch an it would replace my day sack. (Posted on )
  75. Essential Kit At This Price!Review by
    Placed my order one day and it was here the next, so excellent service from HH as usual.

    I was out overnight in the Scottish Highlands at the weekend and this little grab bag worked well in conjunction with the Molle straps on my rucksack. For trips out from base, it carried all I could need and was impervious to the bramble thorns.

    Everyone should have one of these at this price! Excellent
    (Posted on )
  76. Good quality and price!Review by
    This pack is compact but it can carry a lot of stuff: I use it to carry my cellphone, wallet, keys, mp3, mini-umbrella, knife, multitool, paracord, 2 torches, mini-medical kit, tissues, spare batteries, pens, block notes, usb, lighters and other things. The quality is very good, given the price. (Posted on )
  77. Excellent value for…Review by
    Excellent value for money, a well thought out pack. I can see me using this every day. Monday - Friday, ideal for my daily cycle to work, will take it cycling, running, hiking, shooting etc at weekend. Great for holiday to. (Posted on )
  78. Response packReview by
    Excellent bit of kit this. The price is outstanding for the quality. You can get an awful lot of stuff in them, Ideal as a grab bag if you have to move out quickly. (Posted on )
  79. Great little packReview by
    This is a great little pack, very well made and versatile, I think it provides excellent value for money. As other posters have noted, the zips are quite noisy, but the tags are easily removed, and there is even some paracord supplied to add 'tags'. Apart from that very small gripe, I really can't fault it, and it's already become an invaluable part of my kit. (Posted on )
  80. Ideal for stalking.Review by
    Found this bag ideal for carrying essentials when stalking. perfect solution to keep arms and shoulders free moving. Removed zipper tags and replaced with para-cord to stop rattling. Wide stomach strap keeps weight comfortable and stable. Able to carry morethan enough kit. (Posted on )
  81. Very usefulReview by
    This bag is better quality than you might expect for the price. I was impressed with the good thick materials, big zips and strong stitching. It holds a suprising amount of gear. The main compartment is large enough for a small camp axe, a folding saw and a fixed blade knife with room left for para cord and a torch. The side pockets will hold two small radios one side and a survival pack or first aid pack the other. The front pocket could hold an OS map and a snack. I'm very pleased with it. (Posted on )
  82. Good valueReview by
    I bought this for ops but use it a great deal at home. I have found the zips jangle when running but replaced the tags using the supplied paracord and it is now silent. It fits on the MOLLE section of my tactical rucsac and can be easily deployed. Much much better value than the Maxpedition alternative. (Posted on )
  83. Excellent kitReview by
    Excellent kit. I've used mine as a 'briefcase' to hold office essentials (PDA, mobile, pens etc) plus waterproofs commuting on a motorbike; and for concealed carry (H&K USP service pistol and 2x magazines fit with room to spare) (not in UK, obviously). MOLLE webbing adds flexibility. (Posted on )
  84. A good little Butt Pack for Hiking.Review by
    It seems to be a rather neat bit of kit for walking. Meant more as a Butt Pack, I find it suits me better as a front pouch to be worn at my waist. It's well ordered with useful compartments good for organising safety and survival kit, snacks, torch, mobile phone. I have found this to be my ideal kit organiser outdoors; putting whatever little bits of essential kit I might need within easy reach, whilst too always keeping them both safe and secure from accidental loss. (Posted on )

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