Booq Daypack Review

Booq Daypack Review

Booq isn’t a company I have had a lot of experince with, but I am in love withe their latest offering the Booq Daypack. This backpack is perfect for a commuter with space for a laptop and other tech, a nice selection of pockets, and a pretty nifty safety feature.

I was impressed by the initial look of the Booq Daypack, I had been sent the clay canvas colour, and it looked cool and professional. It’s a very sleek bag, but when you open it up, I was amazed to see how much space was inside. They are 2 padded pockets for laptops or tablets, a mesh net I use for headphones, and a zip for secure parts. There is then enough space inside for my lunch and a water bottle.

There are two side pockets and a front zipped part. The front pocket, has a clip to be used with keys, with a nifty quick release clip, so I can put my keys inside and can clip them off when needed. The back also features a pretty big additon a barcode. This links with the Terralinq Lost-and-Found service included with the bag. This bag is equipped with a Terralinq serial number, a service operated by booq designed to help you recover your lost bag. Once registered, it may help you recover a lost and found bag. See Terralinq for more details.

The comfort level of the Booq Daypack is excellent and the tight woven material is really comfy. Even full to the brim the bag takes the weight and distbutes it evenly, so never feels too heavy.


    • Water-repellent canvas exterior
    • YKK zippers
    • Convenient expandable snap-button side pockets
    • Contoured shoulder strap design fits all
    • Fits 12-15″ Mac, 15.6″ PC
    • Exterior 420 x 310 x 152 mm, 16.5 x 12.2 x 6 in
    • Interior 380 x 280 x 38 mm, 15 x 11 x 1.5 in
    • Weight 0.75 kg, 1.6 lbs
    • Exterior Cotton canvas
    • Interior Polyester



At £75, the Booq Daypack isn’t cheap. But its not a huge investment into what I think is a great gadget bag. This could easily fit a laptop and a couple of days worth of clothes. Overall I recommend this for the professional commuter, who is travelling a lot, and carries a couple of different tech devices.



Owner of a rooted One and Nexus 7. Mostly write reviews of apps and any hardware I can get my hands on. I frequent Google+ and XDA-Developers.

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