Weight 8 oz / 220 g
Size 13 in x 7.9 in x 3.1 in / 34 cm x 20 cm x 8 cm
Capacity 7.5 L

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Deuter's Wizard page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Deuter Wizard Light Fold Up Backpack. Extremely light, fold-in backpack that can be packed in its own little zipped pocket when not needed. Easy to bring along anywhere and great storage when you need it. Deuter-Taffeta-Nylon. It is a fine weave of 190 den threads for the Deuter rain covers. It is light with small packing dimensions. The PU coating grants excellent water-resistance. Matrix RS 150D. A fine, lightweight Nylon weave with silky feel. The diagonal weave structure with ripstop function provides high abrasion resistance. The PU coating grants excellent water resistance and makes the seams especially durable. Weight: 135 g; [lbs] 0.3. Size:40 x 25 x 16 (H x W x D) cm. Volume:12 litre. Available Color(s): Black

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

The Deuter Wizard pack is an extremely lightweight, fold-up backpack that packs into its own little zippered pocket when not needed. Bring it along anywhere for handy storage.


The Deuter Wizard Light Backpack is small and packable enough to haul in your pocket, but expands into a perfectly serviceable daypack when needed. The ripstop nylon and taffeta outer fabric is given a polyurethane-coating to help protect from the rain. The self-packing pocket becomes a zippered valuables pocket when the backpack mode is deployed, and a reflective logo helps to keep you safe when you find yourself riding your bike in less-than-ideal light conditions.

- Backcountry.com

This super-lightweight, compact and easily stored hip pack with pockets at the front and back is transformed into a fully functional lightweight backpack in the blink of an eye. When you get the backpack extension out of the back compartment, the hip pack turns into a useful internal pocket without any repacking.

- Rocky Mountain Trail