Tenba T538 TriPak (634-513)
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- 1050 Denier Ballistic Nylon Exterior tough as nails water and abrasion resistant yet light weight elegant and professional in appearance
- The finest hardware available including massive #10 YKK zippers welded steel D-rings and more
- Internal framework of corrugated, air channel polyethylene and high-density foam; provides structure, impact and puncture protection (selected styles)
- Rigid enough to ship, light enough to carry on location
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Are you frustrated by carrying your light stands, grip arms and tripods? Make it easy by getting the T538. Perfect for C stands and tall light stands
Top reviews from the United States
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UPDATE: It's now Dec 1 the bag has been very useful but has developed a 1" slice in the body of the bag. Don't know how it got there but it hasn't had hazardious treatment.
I got this one (Tenba)
and a Hakuba bag
Both cost about $70. Both have excellent build quality, but the two bags are very different.
The Tenba bag is longer, good for my light stands, and has slightly higher girth/capacity. It is very simply made with a single layer of fabric (appears very tough), and a tough zipper. It is very light weight and can fold down to a very compact size with nothing in it. There is an internal pocket. There is no padding anywhere. It appears you could carry this as a backpack, though I've not attempted that. My hunch is I'll be using this more often.
The Hakuba bag is a little shorter with less capacity. It is made of similar, very tough material, tough zippers, but has significant padding all around, with an internal and external pocket. This bag would be better for your fancy carbon fiber tripod and maybe umbrellas - things that are more fragile. For me, this bag seems slightly less useful than the Tenba, but I'm keeping both anyway.
I'll probably add to this review as I get more experience with the bags
First the internal dimensions are spot on, fits a 53" white seamless backdrop very easily. It also fits two 13' background stands with a bit more room as well.
The construction is extremely high quality with ykk zippers and what seems to be a seat-belt style material for the handles. The two handles are nice and large allowing you to wear it across your shoulders if you are an average sized person. If you are larger however, it will not be comfortable to wear this across your shoulders.
For the price, size, and construction this bag hits it perfectly for what I'm looking for. Not cheap, but also not a hard case costing me hundreds.
I'm currently using two 13' Manfrotto stands and they fit with room to spare - I could actually probably get two more in there comfortably.
If there was anything I disliked about this bag it would be the 'disc' that sits in the bottom. It's meant to keep the shape of the bottom of the bag round and also keep your stands from poking through the bottom, but the problem is that it's loose - it doesn't stay where it's supposed to so I'm always re-adjusting it.
If you want a simple bag to carry your stands this will work. If you want something with more structure or padding maybe get one of Tenba's more expensive bags.
Top reviews from other countries
Realmente cumple su porposito, aunque no trae separadores para cuidar dentro que los tripies se golpeen entre si o se rocen.