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Occasionally I see some interesting travel related products being crowd funded that I think you guys might be interested in.  We’ve talked about the Tropic travel shoe, the Cleansebot bacteria killing robot, and the Hypercube charger, among others. Here’s a few of the travel related crowd funded projects that I’ve seen

Travel related Kickstarters:

Today I wanted to talk a bit about the Jay daypack, which bills itself as a backpack that gives your body a break.

It is on Kickstarter only through this WEDNESDAY (January 16th) at 2PM EST. All Kickstarter links in this post may pay me a commission if you boost the project through my link.

Jay daypack features

Here are a few pictures of the Jay daypack. It comes either in water-resistant Kodra fabric or in leather. The Koala company which makes the Jay daypack originally made a larger backpack called “Joey”, and the Jay daypack is their answer for the situations when you need something a bit smaller.

a close-up of a backpack a man with a backpack walking in a street

a green backpack with straps

Jay daypack video

Here’s a video showing off some of the different options and features of the Jay daypack

And here’s a video of some of the testimonials of its sister product, the Joey backpack

Jay daypack backing levels and cost

The Jay daypack is on Kickstarter and has currently raised over $138,000 from a $20,000 goal. Here are a few of the levels that you can back the project at

  • $139 for 1 Jay Kodra daypack
  • $179 for 1 Jay leather daypack
  • $249 for 2 Jay Kodra daypacks
  • $299 for 2 daypacks – 1 leather and 1 Kodra

Again, here is the link to back the Jay daypack kickstarter – you have only until Wednesday January 16th at 2:00 p.m. EST to back the project, and the Jay daypack is currently scheduled to ship in June 2019

What do you think of this daypack?  Planning on backing this?  Leave your experience in the comments!

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