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Re: Edit Approval: Owner Review - Osprey Hornet 46 - Lyon

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  • richardglyon
    Thanks, Ray I think it s OK to review beta gear so long as it s disclosed, which I did. After all, pack and other gear models change somewhat from time to
    Message 1 of 4 , Jun 5, 2011
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      Thanks, Ray

      I think it's OK to review beta gear so long as it's disclosed, which I did. After all, pack and other gear models change somewhat from time to time. But I'll hold off uploading until I get clarification.

      Cheers, Richard

      --- In BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com, "Ray" <rayestrella@...> wrote:
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      > Hi Richard,
      >
      > Another nice review. Just a couple of edits.
      >
      > I too beta tested the Hornet (for Osprey, not through BPL). It is a nice pack. You may want to ask about the rules for reviewing beta gear. I am not sure that the beta packs are the same as the retail models being sold. Mine went back to the techs for evaluation.
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      > If it is a go you may place it at:
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      > Reviews > Packs > Internal and External Framed Backpacks > Osprey Hornet 46
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      > Ray
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      >
      > ***This feature, called by Osprey the "external hydration pocket," is clever design work, allowing a bladder to seat outside the pack bag to avoid drips or worse on the pack's contents.
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      > Comment: it makes refilling while in the middle of your hike much easier too.
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      > *** After probably thirty or more days in the field, I've had mishaps of any kind.
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      > EDIT: and what kind were they? ;-) I think you mean "no" mishaps
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      > *** Comfortable, lightweight yet fully featured, and tough, theHornet 46 is an exceptionally versatile pack.
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      > EDIT: need a space at "the Hornet"
      > .
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