Stealth Labs Speaker Backpack; Hi-Fi Sound in a 12-l Pack

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5 Stars


Hello everyone. I'm back again with another review and today I have something I think is truly unique. Today I'm taking a look at the Stealth Labs Speaker Backpack. This backpack can hold up to 12 liters of space, with a main compartment big enough to hold a 15-inch laptop, a change of clothes and all your other essentials and a little more. The zippers are hidden out of the way to discourage thieves, and the bag also has a built-in speaker that doesn't sound half bad as well as a power bank to charge up your phone while you're on the go. I saw a Youtube review several months ago, and ordered this through Indiegogo. I just got this in the mail yesterday and even though it's only been 24 hours, I am in love with this backpack.
So I will attempt to describe what it looks like. The best thing I can think of to say is, it's a turtle shell. I wore it when I went to dinner last night and the office today and people told me I looked like one of the ninja turtles with it on. Either that or it looked like the sort of bag Batman might wear so that tells me it's definitely stylish and a head-turner.
Now, let's talk about some of the questions you will undoubtedly have. How good does the speaker sound? Honestly, not bad at all. If you're on the go somewhere with your friends and you want to bump some tunes, you're in luck. If your phone's battery gets low while you're out, never fear. The bag's battery has you covered. You can charge up to two phones simeltaneously, an iPhone, and if one of your friends is a traitor using Android, or you yourself are a traitor using Android, there's a USB-C charging cable as well. The speaker will last anywhere from 5-6 hours, then all you have to do is charge the bag again.
The way you turn the Bluetooth speaker on is a little bit weird. It took me a few minutes after opening the bag to find it, but there is a dial on the bottom of the backpack that clicks on. When playing music, I'd advise turning the dial all the way up, then controlling the volume from your phone.
So with all this praise, is there anything that I don't like?
If I find more as I use this bag on a daily basis I'll update you, but for now there's really only one thing that I don't like, and it's not really a deal breaker for me. The battery on the bag does not quick charge your phone. As much space as this bag has and as many little secret pockets as there are I'd highly recommend finding yourself a decent portable battery charger and carrying it, but in a pinch, the backpack's charger will do. Plug in your phone, put it into the pouch and you're good to go.
For those of you who want to carry around your laptop, all your cables and accessories and not have to have a separate bag for your laptop and another one for your other electronics, I'd recommend this bag. Wehn it goes on retail it's listed price is $199, but for the price, to me anyway, it's so worth it.
Thanks for reading this review.
I'm looking forward to bringing you more devices in the future. Till next time, bye!!!

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Submitted by KE7ZUM on Thursday, July 11, 2019

I'm a trader, actually I use both ios and android. Do you mean the USB cord is in the bag already? I was a bit confused wit that sentence, and how about the lightening cord, or do you supply your own.

Submitted by HoldenM on Thursday, July 11, 2019

The cables, both the Android, lightning and power chargers to charge the bag's battery, are all included.