Peak Design's products almost never go on sale, but they're up to 40% off right now

Peak Design Everyday Backpack 20L V2 in Midnight Blue on a table in a café outdoors

I got started with Peak Design a few months ago, and I now understand why everyone makes such a big deal when it comes to the brand's products. The Everyday Backpack V2 is now my go-to option for travel, and it has everything I need in a tech-focused bag.

What makes the Backpack V2 is the ease of access; there are zips on both sides that go across the length of the bag, and there's a nifty MagLatch system that lets you quickly reach into the bag. The bag is sold in 20L and 30L variants, and I wanted a larger bag that can be used for storing a change of clothes as well, so I went with the latter.

The bag usually starts out at $279 (I know) but it is now available for $251, a modest 10% discount. The brand's products usually never go on sale, so getting 10% off on its best-selling bag is a decent deal. If you need a travel-focused bag instead, the Travel Duffelpack has a much more enticing 30% discount at the moment.

Peak Design Everyday Backpack V2: $279 $251 at Amazon

Peak Design Everyday Backpack V2: $279 $251 at Amazon

This is the best tech bag I ever used, and while it isn't a massive discount, it makes the bag a little more affordable. 

Peak Design also makes a phone case called the Everyday Case, and it has a burgeoning ecosystem of accessories that plug into the case. I particularly like the Mobile Wallet Stand accessory; it is a slim wallet that attaches to the case, and it doubles up as a kickstand. The Mobile Wallet Stand is 30% off at the moment, and that's a good bargain for what you're getting.

Peak Design Everyday Case: Up to 40% off at Peak Design

Peak Design Everyday Case: Up to 40% off at Peak Design

Peak Design's best-selling case combines stylish protection with a unique SlimLink mount that lets you attach a host of accessories. The case is available for the latest Samsung, Pixel, and iPhones, so head to the link below if you need a case. 

Harish Jonnalagadda
Senior Editor - Asia

Harish Jonnalagadda is Android Central's Senior Editor of Asia. In his current role, he oversees the site's coverage of Chinese phone brands, networking products, and AV gear. He has been testing phones for over a decade, and has extensive experience in mobile hardware and the global semiconductor industry. Contact him on Twitter at @chunkynerd.