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OP/TECH USA 1301042 System Connectors (Secure-Its) - Security Tabs to Lock Quick Disconnects


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  • Secure and convenient method for locking a quick disconnect.
  • Soft hook and loops won't snag clothing or gear.
  • 0.75" - 4.5" (1.9cm - 11.43cm) Hook and loop tab.
  • Available in sets of four.
  • Made in the USA.
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OP/TECH USA 1301042 System Connectors (Secure-Its) - Security Tabs to Lock Quick Disconnects + OP/TECH USA Utility Strap - Sling (Black) + OP/TECH USA System Connector Uni Adaptor Loop - Regular
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 2.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004N623XY
  • Item model number: 1301042
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 31, 2011

Product Description

With the OP/TECH USA System Connectors, the camera/binocular owner has several connection options. You can buy an extra set of connectors to customize the strap to best suit your needs. Secure-ITS are easy to attach, non-marring connectors for those who want added security on quick disconnects. Simply thread them through the connectors and touch fasten for extra peace of mind.

Customer Reviews

I haven't had any problems yet, but better safe than sorry.
Joe F
I like to use a tripod and these fasteners come off quickly allowing me to use my camera on a tripod without a lot of strap getting in the way.
Tim Krenzke
These simple Velcro strips work like they are supposed to and add a feeling of security to the strap for an expensive camera..
Ron Byrd, Sr.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mikey likes it on January 20, 2012
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These are probably not necessary, since the failure of the quick disconnects seems to be extremely uncommon. Still, they're worth it to me, even though they're overpriced. An alternative would be buying some velcro at Target or Walmart and cutting to size. The more expensive your equipment is, the more these are worth it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Baig on April 19, 2014
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The modular components of the Op/Tech camera straps use snap-lock fittings to hold the parts together. Those fittings have ALWAYS held my cameras, even the very heavy ones with heavy lenses. The Velcro-style security tabs are an extra bit of insurance that lowers even further the risk of damage from failure of the snap fittings.

Be sure to attach the strips with the flocked side out. Otherwise the tabs can "stick" to the insides and dividers of camera backpacks. Then, when the camera+strap is removed from the backpack, the tabs can pull out the dividers (most of which are held in place with Velcro-like strips). Imagine photographing a subject with the dividers from your backpack hanging from your camera strap. It will looks silly and mean you may have to re-build the divider setup --- but it might worth it if you can get the picture :-)
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15 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Richard C. Drew TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 5, 2011
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From the photo, I thought these may just be Velcro strips - but for six bucks? Figured they'd be beefier, or stretchy, or anti-gravity. Nope. Just two sided Velcro with rounded corners - you could make them yourself for under a buck. They are a good idea - it's the old "suspenders and a belt" safety idea. But if you have some two sided Velcro, make your own.

Quality - 5 stars - and that's the quality if the Velcro - it has nothing to do with Op/Tech
Value - 1 stars - should be around a buck fifty.

I actually have some 2-sided Velcro. These are made from the EXACT same stuff - same width, thickness, etc. So they cost about 20 cents to manufacture. These really are a rip-off.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By GaryMN on April 23, 2014
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Just go to Harbor Freight and buy a 5-pack Velcro cable ties for 99 cents. They are easy to cut to size, the assorted colors make easy to tell if the QD is secured.
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By David A Burlison on December 24, 2014
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They work great.
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This really is just a few small bits of thin two-sided velcro, and I'm sure you could probably get it cheaper elsewhere, but since this is already cut to size and I knew it would fit, I sprung for these. I've never had a problem with the wrist strap I keep on my camera coming unbuckled (I've used it for a year or two through a few vacations with the camera out most of every day), but with a vacation coming up and having newly upgraded the camera body, I decided to get these as a just-in-case measure. It goes on easily and doesn't really add extra bulk or get in the way, and only adds an extra few seconds if you want to take it off to unhook the buckle it is on (to switch from the wrist strap to a sling strap, in my case). Did I need these? Probably not. But I was happy to have the extra bit of security there, a little extra peace of mind that the expensive camera dangling from my wrist or over my shoulder was that much less likely to come unbuckled and crash to the ground.
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Whats to say, they secure the straps and do a good job of it. I would recommend this product for extra piece of mind.
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By chris on May 8, 2014
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I bought these a nd then realized i was not going to use them in my current set-up. I keep them handy however as they are well made and will offer the extra safety I need to (redundantly) secure 2 sections of their strap system together.
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