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Rufus Roo jacket review thread

edited 27 November 2012 at 4:58PM in Overseas Holidays & Travel Planning
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  • WCR46WCR46 Forumite
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    My God - those things are ugly for what they're supposed to be made to do.

    There is an alternative - which looks a lot more stylish, and works much much better - which is the Travel Vest made by Scottevest, which contains 22 pockets for various things.

    I have one myself - I use it just about every day for carrying stuff like my iPad, notebook, drinks bottle, mobile phone, pens and other stuff I need for work - fully loaded with all of that kind of thing, it looks as if I'm not carrying anything extra on me due to the way the thing is constructed.

    I'd choose that over the Rufus thing any day.
  • brenda10brenda10 Forumite
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    Ordered my Large Blue Rufus Roo jacket today for all in price of £19.99 no postage charged,
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  • spirospiro Forumite
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    WCR46 wrote: »
    There is an alternative - which looks a lot more stylish, and works much much better - which is the Travel Vest made by Scottevest, which contains 22 pockets for various things.
    I think Martin tested one of these over a year ago but at the time they were about £100 so were not very MSE.
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  • WCR46 wrote: »
    My God - those things are ugly for what they're supposed to be made to do.

    There is an alternative - which looks a lot more stylish, and works much much better - which is the Travel Vest made by Scottevest, which contains 22 pockets for various things.

    I have one myself - I use it just about every day for carrying stuff like my iPad, notebook, drinks bottle, mobile phone, pens and other stuff I need for work - fully loaded with all of that kind of thing, it looks as if I'm not carrying anything extra on me due to the way the thing is constructed.

    I'd choose that over the Rufus thing any day.


    Where can you buy these in UK? Have looked on the net but only found them in US.
  • brenda10 wrote: »
    Ordered my Large Blue Rufus Roo jacket today for all in price of £19.99 no postage charged,
    Hi, could you say where you've ordered the jacket for just £19.99 including postage? I couldn't find this special offer anywhere...
  • Ian_iDIan_iD Forumite
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    Just found this thread after searching on google for this type of thing, has anyone had any problems in the last fews months or maybe any other options appeared since?

    Thanks
  • Watching with interest as there are other alternatives? What works best?:beer::beer::money::money:
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  • Just ordered mine for my first flights on my own (I have never flown on my own). *Watching with interest*.
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  • Mine has arrived. I am Petite 5'' so 10kg??!!! *never flown on my own before but that is in the pipeline once I have saved enough*.
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  • Mine was £19.99 instead of £29.99 so bargain on Amazon UK.
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