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Gear Review: The High Speed Daddy Tactical Diaper Bag - One Year Later

Updated: Aug 30, 2021

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I’ve been the proud owner of a High Speed Tactical Diaper Bag Backpack for more than a year. It was this time last year when my family embarked on an awesome trip to Disney World. On this trip I would be reviewing the HSD bag for the website. I carried that bag more than 33 miles on that trip and it never failed me once.

A year later, I can still say it has never let me down. I’ve carried this bag so frequently that it’s become synonymous with me. In fact, recently at dinner with friends a kid in our group made a comment that I always had it with me. I think that’s because I enjoy not only how the bag functions, but also how easy it is to carry.

First Impressions

When the bag arrived and I got to see it in person I knew that it was going to be a good quality product. The stitching, webbing and straps all looked to solid and would take a beating. What I found exciting then as I do today, is how well thought out the bag is.

All of the pockets have their purpose, the changing pad is the right size and the insulated pockets on the sides are perfect. I hate to say I didn’t really discover the awesomeness of the insulated pockets until after my trip to Disney.

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Over the past year I’ve picked up a few tricks to use with the bag. The first is adding a light to the inside of the bag. I got the black bag which looks awesome, obviously. But I will say that the dark inside of the main compartment can make it hard to see. To fix this, I got a Nite Ize Glow Stick and clipped it to the keyring in the upper left corner of the main section. Now when I need a light, I just twist it on and go. Plus I can take it out if I need it for something else.

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If you’re looking to keep your drinks cool then I suggest pre-chilling the insulated pockets. You can toss some ice cubes in a zippy bag and place it in the pockets to cool them down. Then when you’re ready to go, put your 16.9 ounce water bottles in. And just like that you’ve got cold pockets for your drinks.

Features I’ve Enjoyed this Year:


Hasn't faded

Solid stitching

Quality construction


Comfortable shoulder straps

MOLLE webbing

Breathable back padding

Quality zippers

600D waterproof polyester fabric

Dual bottle holders

Dual insulated pockets

Huge interior padded pocket usable for laptop/iPad

Velcro straps for interior pockets

Huge Velcro strip for morale patches

Large main compartment

Integrated stroller straps

Luggage strap


Recently I decided to get a laptop. I never considered getting a bag for it because I had the HSD Tactical Diaper Bag Backpack so I’m good, right? I bought a huge 15.9 inch laptop and I got a little worried that it might be too big for the bag. But when I slid it into the laptop/changing pad pocket it fit like a dream. This bag just doesn't quit being useful.

I’ve had the High Speed Daddy Tactical Diaper Bag Backpack with me for more than a year. I’ve had it in extreme heat and snow. It’s ridden shotgun for thousands of miles and get this: it looks as good as it did the day I received it. Yep. My bag still looks brand new. Nothing has faded or broken. Everything works just as it should and it’s still comfortable to carry every day.

Don’t hesitate to buy this backpack. So far it has 174 5-star reviews and is Amazon’s Choice for tactical diaper bags for a reason. You can use it as a diaper bag or like me you can use it as part of your EDC. It’s versatile to fit your changing lifestyle.

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Andy Murphy

Andy Murphy founded The Secure Dad in 2016 with the aspiration to help families live safer, happier lives. What started as a personal blog about family safety has turned into an award-winning podcast, an Amazon best-selling book, and online courses. He focuses his efforts in the areas of home security, situational awareness, and online safety.


Andy is a husband and father. His interests include coaching youth basketball, hiking, and trying to figure out his 3D printer.

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