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Pacsafe CarrysafeTM 100 Camera Strap

92 customer reviews

Price: $30.00 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details
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  • Nylon, neoprene padding,
  • Imported
  • 12" shoulder drop
  • Universal webbing connectors fit most camera and binoculars
  • Non-slip, movable neck pad
  • Slash proof Carry Safe strap
  • Detachable Strap max length 44.5 in
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Product Description

With the Carrysafe® 100 anti-theft camera strap, you'll be able to snap safely away without having to worry about strap slashers slicing your camera strap and running off with your DSLR. You can even use it on binoculars or a carrying case.

  • ASIN: B000TCU1Z8
  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 0.7 x 6 inches; 4.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 11.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: China
  • Item model number: StrapSafe100-Black
  • Batteries: 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review:
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64 of 66 people found the following review helpful By M. Ebert on June 28, 2008
Size: full-sizeColor: Black
This strap almost destroyed my SLR and 70-200mm lens. The stitching on the cloth loop holding the quick release buckle unraveled and my camera fell to the ground. Fortunately, I was able to lift it up with the other strap before it crashed to the floor. On closer inspection of the other side, I saw that the loop is held on by a single row of stitching which I think is a disaster waiting to happen. I have only owned the product for two months or so. The strap sounds like a good idea but I would not recommend it if you have a heavy camera.
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69 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Wayne on September 24, 2009
Size: full-sizeColor: Black Verified Purchase
Despite the glowing reviews, this is the worst camera strap I've ever owned. It's poorly designed. I've used the strap now for 2 1/2 years. I wasn't impressed with it when I got it and realized some problems right off.

1) The shoulder pad does not use rubber! It keeps sliding off my shoulder. It uses vented nylon instead of rubber. They designed the strap to be worn "tourist style" around your neck, instead of "shooter" style which is over one shoulder. It keeps sliding off my shoulder even when I'm walking around. I have to hang on to the camera and keep pulling the strap down against my shoulder to keep it from falling off. It's one more thing I have to worry about instead of concentrating on getting great shots.

2) The strap is too short. I'm 6'1" and the strap specs say it's max length is 56.4". But the way it has to be fastened to the camera it's only 52". It's too short for me, when using slung over one shoulder. If you want to use it cross chest for security it's going to be way too short.

3) The strap is too narrow. The strap keeps twisting due to the wires in it. And since it's so narrow, I can't tell if it's twisted or not. I have to keep holding the camera out and pull on the shoulder padding end to straighten it out. The problem with it twisting is that, when I put it on my shoulder and it's twisted, the camera ends up in a strange position and not oriented correctly. I need the camera to hang from my shoulder the same way every time for consistency.

4) The wires in the strap have memory. They end up twisted and you can't straighten them out. You can pull on the strap to straighten the wires, but the wires will still be twisted.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Rory Duncan on January 30, 2010
Size: full-sizeColor: Black
I hesitantly bought this after reading some negative reviews about it sliding off the shoulder, and the stitching releasing. I am happy to say that I am happy with the purchase. I have a canon 50D with the 17-55 F2.8 which is a fairly heavy setup. This lens is SIGNIFICANTLY heavier than the kit lens. The OEM canon strap was fraying where it goes through the metal loops on the camera body. To combat this, I solved one of the issues with this strap at the same time. I looped the keyring that comes with this item through the metal loop on the camera. (actually I bought a second keyring of the same size for each side.) Now I dont even use the non stainless steel attachment strap that came with this. That was the part that people were complaining came apart anyway. Now I snap the leash snaps directly over the keyrings, and slide the neoprene tube over the whole shebang. Doesnt rattle, VERY secure. Now I am unconcerned with slicing through the little bit of unsecure webbing as well.

I like the neck strap. It is long enough for the more secure "cross the shoulder and chest" carrying style that is recomended for cut-n-grab areas. The rubber padding slides easily on the strap, and generally stays in place on your shoulder when you bring the camera up to the eye. Generally I like the way it "quick draws". The strap is long enough to not be binding in any way, and I am 6' 220#.

Overall I am stoked about this strap.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Traveling_Professor on December 26, 2012
Size: full-sizeColor: Black
I bought this Pacsafe camera strap because I'll be traveling in areas and countries where "slash and grab" scenarios are serious possibilities. Have bought and used Pacsafe products before and have generally been satisfied. I come from a big California city with a high crime rate so I'm not the naive photographer--unfortunately, people are robbed and killed in the American cities in which I live. However, in the countries I'll be traveling, I don't know where the safe areas are and will constantly be on guard, so I bought Pacsafe camera straps for all my Canon bodies.

Let me start with the positives: it has a double steel cable that goes through the shoulder strap and should be able to protect the camera from most slash and run scenarios. Unfortunately, the Pacsafe steel cable strap is the only game in town, and the Canon straps that come with cameras are vulnerable to slash and grab, so I replaced all of them with Pacsafe straps.

Negatives: (a) straps that actually connect to the camera are not secure (what the heck?!); (b) the special Pacsafe locking connection from the steel cable part of the strap to the part that connects to the camera are WEAK and not secure. I would not trust it to hold my Canon bodies with expensive L lenses--I can see this system failing and my camera and lens hitting the concrete pavement. I was able to remedy (a) and (b) but am puzzled as to why Pacsafe did this terrible design flaw, esp. with (b). Partial remedy for (a): use bicycle tape to add another level of protection against slash and grab. Best remedy for (b): I put steel key rings for my primary connector and used the main Pacsafe locking connector as a secondary connector, so that the camera is now connected by TWO connections instead of just one vulnerable locking mechanism. I'm quite happy with this set up but would be happier if this design flaw did not exist.
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