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CleySpy Mulepack
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1 21598 Thu June 14, 2012
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100% of reviewers None indicated 9.0

Description: The Mulepack from Cley Spy offers a comfortable and convenient way to carry your scope and tripod as a ready-to-use unit.
Keywords: mulepack CleySpy scope carrier tripod

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Registered: November 2010
Location: West Cork, Ireland
Posts: 98
Review Date: Thu June 14, 2012 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 9 

Pros: Very well made, extremely comfortable, clever storage, looks the part
Cons: Storage is cleverly thought out but still very limited

The MulePack is similar to the Scopac Lite and works in the same way. However it feels like a more refined product than the Scopac and for me felt more comfortable in use.

It attaches easily to your tripod and lets you carry your scope/tripod combo around ready for use. There is an integrated zip pocket in the back, and a well thought out field bag that attaches to the Mulepack for notebook, field guides, drink bottle, etc.

Like all scope carriers it throws up the eternal dilemma: if your carrying your scope where your backpack used to be, what are you going to carry the rest of your stuff in? Apart from that it's a great solution that lets you carry your scope in comfort and with your hands free to grab the bins when that rarity whizzes by.

You'll find a more thorough review of the Cley Spy Mulepack and comparison with the Scopac Lite on the Ireland's Wildlife website.

Calvin Jones
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