The smallest of the Evac sling series, it is designed to sit at the lumbar area of the back, promoting a low center of gravity and to carry a smaller volume than its larger brothers. But its wider width compared to the Plan-B, Rocket, and Takedown allows it to carry wider loads like iPads® and netbook laptops, according to Hazard 4 officials.
Hazard 4 has come out with some interesting alternatives to carrying your kit in a standard backpack. The Watson offers a lot of pouches for organizing your gear.
The two side pouches are big enough for one-liter water bottles.
The Watson’s back panel unzips to allow you quick access to an iPad or a concealed handgun.
Check out Hazard 4’s site to see a lot of pics of the Watson here. It’s available in black or coyote tan and retails for $123.