Bag Bundle 3.0

547 USD 638 USD
Color: Vancouver Grey
Quantity:
  • Both bags protect up to 16" laptops in their shock-proof DeviceNest™
  • Compliant with both US and European airline carry-on limits
  • Each bag includes a free custom-sized Rain Cover (worth 49 USD each)
  • Covered by Minaal's Lifetime Warranty

_______________

The Bag Bundle includes a Carry-on 3.0 and a Daily 3.0 — the ultimate travel combo. Pack everything you need for longer trips into the Carry-on, and pull out the Daily for shorter bursts — while staying productive and efficient in all environments.

CARRY-ON 3.0

The Carry-on 3.0 is the long-awaited successor to the 2.0 — and we’re seriously excited about it. The tech compartment now opens flat. Rugged new zippers and pull tabs also make it even easier to open/close, even when it’s tightly packed. The bottle holder is elasticated to open wider, fitting a wider variety of bottle shapes and sizes.

DAILY 3.0

The release of the Daily 3.0 means it’s never been easier to hustle between the train, the gym, and the office: a new snap system for hiding the shoulder straps means you can instantly switch between regular backpack mode and ultra-professional briefcase mode.

BOTH BAGS

Both bags have the new Unified Harness, built from the inside out, meaning they’re more comfortable to carry. And our new Picton fabric withstands the harshest elements — whether you’re dealing with rocks and rain in Colorado (it’s 22% more resistant to tearing), or fluff and dust in your ancient Istanbul hotel (yep, we heard you on that one).

We’ve made dozens of other improvements, too, which you can read about in detail here. Years of testing and thoughtful user feedback have contributed to a revamped design that makes your travels easier, faster, and more enjoyable than ever before.

Customer Reviews

Based on 26 reviews
96%
(25)
4%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
M
Max D. (Toronto, CA)
Thoughtful review

Love the bags, especially the larger one.
Don't love the "flappy" side cables, and I think a medium sized bag might be more practical, because visual of the giant bag draws attention, and asian airlines have a 15lb limit that you'll hit even with the daily. It would be nice to have something more low-key.

The lightweight packing cubes are real smart. Not only are the margins prolly fantastic, but its a genuinely great way to save on weight. Truthfully though I find using the inner pockets as cubes to be more practical.

Nitpicky stuff: the sizing dimensions under the straps are not accurate unless its packed out very specifically - prolly a good selling point but not actually useful. The "briefcase mode" straps hiding again is prolly a selling point but in reality it seems pretty useless, the bags never going to be weighted correctly to hold sideways, id rather do away with the zippers and just have it be a backpack.

As an internet marketer I appreciate a lot of the things I don't "love" as being prolly great for business. But as a bag, there is a lot I really like about this bag (especially the carry-on.) So overall thanks for a sweet product.

My dream idea ramble: Carry-on-esque bag, but sized in the middle of the 2. In the laptop compartment, a protective/padded sleeve/"tech case" (passport, cash, etc.), so if you do get weight checked at the gate you can just pull that out and check the bag. I know you can do that already with the daily, but I find a crossover bag to be much more useful to me than the daily is. But again, that's me. I find the Northface Surge to be an (almost) perfect daily carry bag, so a minaal take on this (lightweight design, minimal but useful "built in packing cubes" (the mesh pockets), clamshell opening.. I'd buy this in a heartbeat.

Hope that was more constructive than criticism. I'm a bag nerd like anyone else filing out this survey so feel free to ask if you want any elaboration.

C
Chris L. (Portland, US)
Almost... ALMOST everything I want in a comfortable, minimalist bag set!

If there were a way that I could fine-tune my review between 4 and 5 stars, I would, because I would say that for 95% of what I want, Minaal has made an excellent product pairing. As a parent and someone who hates juggling things around, I want to get down to traveling with one bag, and the smallest bag possible.

A few months ago I was preparing for a work trip and was deciding between the Minaal Carry 3.0 and the Peak Design Travel Backpack 45L for a single-bag, one week work setup. I ended up going with Peak because of the larger volume size and because of the roomier laptop sleeve (I have a 17" laptop that's also a little thick), and was mostly impressed with its features, minus the fact that I of course immediately lost two small pieces of hardware going through TSA. With the 45L I also discovered the upper limit to my personal tradeoff between the bulk of a single bag vs. conceding to using two bags.

Fast-forward to a few weeks ago, I had another one-week work trip and I saw this bundle for both the Carry 3.0 and the Daily 3.0, and thought I would go ahead and revisit this option for a direct comparison. I ended up using both bags for the trip, and I was surprised at how comfortable of an experience this was, given my irrational hatred of traveling with greater than one bag. What really won me over were a few major things. Both 3.0 bags are super versatile for different carrying scenarios (backpack or suitcase style). I ended up putting my clothes in the Carry, and my computer and office gear in the Daily, and swapped between having one as a backpack, one as a suitcase, and they were both extremely comfortable to carry in either configuration. The handles for the suitcase feel really soft but durable, and I love how you can really hide the backpack straps in suitcase mode for either bag instead of dangling them around. I found pocket and sleeve selection to easily meet my organizational needs. With the two bags in tandem, I never felt like I had to overpack one versus the other, and I could clearly categorize one type of thing to put in one bag vs. the other.

I unfortunately did not have the optional shoulder strap or the waist pads so I couldn't test out how those add-ons would have aided comfort (I will definitely find this out in a few months though), but honestly, I did not find any obvious deficiencies in comfort without them. At the end of the day, these were just great to use, and the combined value of the two used together is more than the sum of its parts.

What stops me from giving this review 5 stars are a few things, many of which I'm sure the Minaal community can all agree on:

- I really wish the laptop sleeve were JUST a bit larger on both. My personal is a 13" that will easily fit in those sleeves, but my work computer is a 17" with enough thickness that I can't use the sleeves and just kind of put my computer in that zipper section without. That's going to always be a consideration when go on work trips, but for personal trips, it'll hands down be the Minaal.

- That bottle sleeve on the Carry just feels on the edge of being secure. I use the elastic loop to tie in my bottle, but I still don't feel 100% secure with it.

- It is definitely a dust magnet (I have the Aoraki Black), but I hear it's better than the 2.0.

- I really wish that the shoulder straps and/or waist pads weren't separate add on purchases, and that I at least had the option of one, especially if I'm buying a set like this. I ended up buying them separately in anticipation of more travel this year, but paying an extra $70-90 for this feels a little tacky.

Overall, the Minaal Bag Bundle is a meticulously crafted minimalist product that really aligns with my travel needs, and even as a one-bag minimalist, with this specific set, I am more than happy to go up to two bags given the high level of comfort I had with that configuration on my last trip. I would say that if Minaal could accommodate just SLIGHTLY larger sized laptops, I would easily overlook all of the other flaws as personal nits and push this to a 5 star rating. That's really the only blocker between me making the Minaal Bag Bundle a no-brainer decision on work trips, vs. continuing to use the Peak Travel Backpack 45 L. I *am* planning a family trip at the end of summer I'm super stoked about because I'll use the Minaal for myself and pass along the Peak to my son, so regardless, I'll get to see both of those products in action for my personal use in the future!

G
GERALD G. (Valencia, ES)
Best gear I could wish for

The bag bundle is perfect for my permanent travel. Perfect size, perfect features, perfect look, perfect quality. It's always a pleasure to use it. I feel like I will be using it for decades.

X
Xavier (Heilsbronn, DE)
Minaal made it happen!

I'm a big fan of my Minaal 2.0 bags (have both, and use them extensively), so when I got the chance to order the 3.0, it was pretty much a no-brainer to me.

But then when it came to delivery, it somehow got stuck in German customs. At some point, I didn't follow up and considered it a lost cause.

After more than a year, Minaal took initiative, reached out and fixed the situation for me! I received my 3.0 bag bundle this week, and it's awesome! Can't wait to take it out on the road.
I don't know if any other company would have done the same. Everyone involved was super nice and helpful to me, and I have the feeling that they truly care about each and every one of their customers.

So 5/5 would buy again!

L
Laurent T. (Kain, BE)
Perfect bag for every use case

I've discovered Minaal thx to Youtube video showing marketing strategies that the company used for lauching the first bag.
When I've watched on the website, I was fan of the history of the founders.
I've stayed in New Zealand for 3 months on holiday and I love the fashion around digital nomad with this kind of bags.
I was worried about the price... Really expensive for my budget.
I pre-ordered the 3.0 and now... I'm really happy of it. With the time, I noticed I've used mostly the little one (bigger one is only for travelling a few days).
This bags are with me all the time and if I had to choose another bag, I'll buy Minaal again and again ! Even if I become one day an influencer, I'd like to work with this brand.
See you from Belgium

A
Anonymous (Shibuya, JP)
Bags are amazing - get them and enjoy!

Im not good with doing long paragraphs for reviews - so here’s what you need to know:

- the daily 3.0 is an actual daily bag - with actual good backpack straps (comfy foam).
- the rain cover is something you’ll never realised you needed until you use it - then you cant live without it
- the zips are top notch - no jams!
- pocket sizes make sense - you can fit glasses cases (multiple) no issues on the front plus pens.
- light!
- easy to open up to take laptops and tablet for scanning for customs/immigration

The carryon:
- one bag travel is 100% doable - I’ve done it for a week trip.
- also light.
- yes you can fit the daily into the carryon.

The bags are more expensive compared to others but they are far superior to what I’ve had before. They also last (i still have my daily 2.0 that is used by my relatives after 4 years of using it).

Get the bags, and you wont have to worry about traveling around :)

CARRY-ON 3.0

• Comes with our lifetime warranty against defects

• Net Weight: 1.41kg / 3.12lb

• LxWxH: 55cm x 35cm x 20cm / 21.6in x 13.7in x 7.87in (fully packed)

• Capacity: 35L – learn more

NEW 600D Picton™ fabric, made from recycled yarn, is even tougher and attracts less hair and fluff

NEW 1200D Picton™ fabric reinforces high-abrasion areas

NEW re-engineered Unified Harness™, built from the inside out for ultimate comfort

NEW integrated secret pocket, designed to keep your valuables or the Minaal RFID Travel Wallet safe, yet always within easy reach

• Our patented DeviceNest™ shock-proof double device sleeve, fits up to 16" laptops & 16 devices 

• Woojin & UTX alloy buckles

• Lie-flat clamshell scoop increases capacity and helps with faster packing and unpacking

• 4-point harness adjustment system for extra comfort and body-type adaptation

Works with our attachable Hip Pads, Packing Cubes, Shoulder Sling, Shirt Protector, Toolcases, RFID Travel Wallet, and Extender Straps.

• Compliant with both US and European airline carry-on limits

• Made with Triple Bottom Line business principles

DAILY 3.0

• Comes with our lifetime warranty against defects

• Net Weight: 0.98kg / 2.16lb

• LxWxH: 43 x 32 x 16cm / 16.9 x 12.6 x 6.3in (fully packed)

• Capacity: 21L – learn more

NEW 600D Picton™ fabric, made from recycled yarn, is even tougher and attracts less hair and fluff

NEW re-engineered Unified Harness™, built from the inside out for ultimate comfort

NEW integrated secret pocket, designed to keep your valuables or the Minaal RFID Travel Wallet safe, yet always within easy reach

NEW strap hide snap lets you instantly convert to briefcase-style business mode

• Our patented DeviceNest™ shock-proof double device sleeve, fits up to 16" laptops & 13" devices 

• Woojin & UTX buckles

Fits inside Minaal Carry-on 3.0 (and 2.0) when empty

• Compliant with both US and European airline carry-on limits

Works with our Packing Cubes, Shoulder Sling, Shirt Protector, Toolcases, and RFID Travel Wallet.

• Made with Triple Bottom Line business principles

We offer a lifetime guarantee against all manufacturing defects. If your gear has a defect, we’ll organise a repair or send you a replacement – anywhere in the world.

Find out more here.

Looking for more info about the 3.0 bags? We've built deep-dive pages which cover the Carry-on 3.0 and Daily 3.0 in depth.

Picton™ Fabric

The best bag for the environment is the one that lasts the longest. That’s why Picton™ fabric – our specialist core material – not only uses recycled yarn, but gives a whole new meaning to "tough".

What else? It's sourced from a bluesign®-certified supplier. It's incredibly water-resistant. And unlike many bag fabrics, it isn't a magnet for lint or cat hair.

THE KAURI GUARANTEE

All our gear comes with a lifetime warranty.

We call it the Kauri Guarantee – inspired by the enormous, venerable tree of that name found in New Zealand.

LEARN MORE

CUSTOMIZE YOUR BAG

RECENTLY VIEWED