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LBX TACTICAL TITAN 2.0

LBX TACTICAL TITAN 2.0


Hello and welcome to ePIG. We show you new stuff if we can. But sometimes we show you older products When we think there is no good video yet. As for the LBX Titan 2.0 I eyeballed the LBX Titan 2.0 for a while now. I already use it for some time. LBX is a sub company of London Bridge Tradingl. They have a whole range, of modular tactical gear. Plate carrier, weapon pouches or like here backpacks. Titan 2.0 – as 2.0 says, You get the backpack in several variations. The 2.0 is the actual model. While I was looking for this specific backpack, I didn’t find much about it. There is a exhibition video, a french video and thats it. I had to collect all informations the hard way, so I thought let’s make one today. So you get all information at first hand and in German with English subtitles. Lets start from top to bottom, from front to back. At the front you have this small insert pouch. Perfect for documents, it’s approximately that deep. Above is a huge hook&loop area It fits very very large patches. At the bottom is this cover. It is ment for the other panels that LBX offers. Like the ones for the chestrigs or plate carriers, with magazine panel, utility panel, or whatever else you can mount at the front. If you don’t want to use that, I remove the cover. Then you have this gigantic hook&loop field. So you can place en enormous amout of patches. For Exhibition or other usecases. What I found out on excident, maybe interesting for some of you. When you insert the panels here. Here are Fastex buckels hidden under the flap. They perfectly fit for the FIrst Spear E+R You can hook the waistpack perfectly in. so you have the possibility to add volume at the front. Neat story, I think you haven’t seen this in other videos. Side features. On both sides you have an slot pocket with zipper, Unfortunataly not as deep as I wish it should be. You can slide the whole hand in. But that’s it. The zipper isn’t that wide as well as I show now. I seeked long time if a powerbank for trade Shows will fit here The zipper has only 12cm (4,7″) in width. And the pocket is only, let’s see, 20cm (7,9″) deep. You have to watch out if you have large powerbanks, with high capacity they wont fit maybe. At the bottom classic 3 rows MOLLE. With 4 loops each. At the top is a loop as well. If you put on large objects you can mount them to the molle and fix them with bundge cord at the top Lets get to the top before we look at the carry system. Here you have two different pockets. A mesh pocket at the top, which can be opened from both sides. You can grab completly through. I have my mouse inside, but will be perfect for sunglasses as well. Below is a big compartment, that fits a small rain jacket, or a smaller piece of cloth, or other equipment. That’s not a small compartment. Now we can show you the suspension system. Three big mesh pads. 2 on the shoulder area, on at the hips. Space in between for air ventilation. How is the word? Circulation! So the air can ventilate. Uhm circulate. So the air can circulate. As well mesh on the shoulderpads. For sure there is a chest strap and D-rings. loops for hydration hoses. Unneeded strap material is stored away with hook&loop Fastex buckels for the straps as well. There is no hip belt and no attachment for it. You should be aware of, even the backpack is that large. I would guess it has easily 30-35L (1830-2135cui). Even the backpack is that large it has no hip belt, Be aware that it all the weight is on your shoulders. That is the big minus on this backpack. Maybe you saw this zipper, behind the main compartment. There is one on both sides. It is good that it is that way. There are lots of discussions on the web, what size of laptop fits in. LBX says 15″ But I say, it fits 17″. But it just barely fits. As you see the zipper allows it just hardly. So a 17″ notbook fits, but the compartment is that deep. In theory you can fit a larger device if you can get it in. But with 17″ I am pretty at the limit. Whn you use smaller devices, there is hook&loop and a divider. So you can adjust it to the size of your laptop. Or fit a handgun, if you want to. Well long story short, let’s go to the main compartment. I will bombard you with sizes, as there will be a lot questions Let us start with the flap. Hook&loop at the top. Two mesh pockets below. That are usefull for flat objects. The main compartment is rectangular. Like the outer shape, it is build like a satchel. Not like a TT where you can fold down the front. You open the lid att he top and everything that is inside stays inside. When the backpack lays flat. You have a deep pocket that doesn’t open towards the front But juste a cave. Here are some additional pouches installed. They are made by LBX. Usually These are not included There is nothing. So you can see what fits inside. Two big LBX pouches fit on the backside. Mesh pocket large. The sidewalls fit two medium, LBX mesh pouches. They fit at the front and the back, so you can place 4 in total. At the side there are the long panels. They fit the Arcteryx Khard as well. There are two big pockets, it fits one on each side. Let’s messure it so you have the sizes. Very important, as this is what I promissed you. To provide you the nesseccary information. It is about, if you break that edge. 45cm (17,7″) in height. Inner dimension. The width is 27cm (10,6″) And in depth, with hook&loop it is approximately, 17cm (6,7″). You see a lot of space to store pouches inside. I think we answered all your questions to the Titan 2.0. If not write it in the comments and we will cath it up. How do we like it? I like it a lot, except it looks recangular. It isn’t a beauty. But in its function, in its suitability it is very very cool. It is everything that I need for exhibitions, as EDC pack, as organizer. At the moment you get it only at Hexatec in france. Link in the description. 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