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Pac safe CarrySafe 100 Anti Theft Camera Strap

by Pacsafe
63 customer reviews
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Price: £14.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £20. Details
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  • Anti-theft camera strap
  • Slashproof wire is built into the strap
  • Adjustable shoulder strap
  • Snatchproof strap allows you to anchor bag to secure fixture
  • Strap is made of nylon, neoprene padding and high tensile stainless steel wire

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£14.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £20. Details Only 1 left in stock. Dispatched from and sold by Amazon. Gift-wrap available.

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 1.8 x 15.2 cm ; 127 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 181 g
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  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Item model number: StrapSafe100-Black
  • ASIN: B000TCU1Z8
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 9 July 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 17,739 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Product Description

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. Anti-theft Features: Slashproof carrysafeTM strap Turn & lock strap hookTM Additional Features Non-slip, movable neck pad Universal webbing connectors fit most cameras and binoculars Spring-loaded metal clips with locking mechanism allows strap to be quickly clipped to the camera case without removing webbing connectors from camera Neoprene sleeves cover joining clips for maximum camera protection and security Minimal branding doesn't draw attention to camera

Manufacturer's Description

The CarrySafe 100 is a versatile anti-theft shoulder strap ideal for SLR cameras, binoculars and their carrying cases.

Slashproof
Slashproof wire is built into the adjustable shoulder strap which prevents bag snatchers cutting your strap and running off with your camera.

Snatchproof
Whilst you are relaxing and taking a look at the view it is difficult to keep your eye on your camera equipment. With the CarrySafe 100 you can have piece of mind that your belongings will be safe as the snatchproof shoulder strap allows you to anchor and lock your camera to a secure fixture.

Universal webbing connectors fit most cameras and binoculars, the spring loaded metal clips with locking mechanism allows the strap to be quickly clipped to the camera case without removing the webbing connectors. For maximum camera protection and added security the neoprene sleeves cover the jointing clips.

A non-slip, moveable neck pad is on the strap for added user comfort.

Warranty
The warranty for this product covers the product being free from workmanship and material defects for a period of two years from date of purchase.


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Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By BartmanSA on 20 July 2010
I bought this for when I go and shoot in areas where theft risk is high. I thought it might take the place of my current strap permanently but it didn't. Why? It is not as well designed as my current strap from a pure 'camera strap' perspective in that that shoulder pad slides so you suddenly find your shoulder getting sore as the strap cuts in. My normal strap has the pad permanently set at the correct place so it always sits nicely on the shoulder. That said, it is light and great for stopping thieves cutting your strap and making off with you prize possession! A good strap and would buy again but if you are buying this to be your only strap, I would think carefully about it as the padding needs work and it does not wrap around the camera for neat storage like my other strap. Still, fit for purpose and a good buy for me.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By D. Arrowsmith on 29 July 2011
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I have come to the conclusion that there is no perfect camera strap. A lot of research and review reading led me to purchase this strap as the best option available. It is adjustable enough to be worn as a shoulder or neck strap and if, like me you prefer a shoulder version then this is really very good. The strap slides through the shoulder pad nicely and the pad usually retains its position although this depends to a large extent on the material you are wearing. The pad could be wider but it is comfortable if you are using a "normal" camera. A heavy bodied pro camera with a big heavy lens may be a different story. On my D300 it is great.
There are a number of fixing options to connect to the camera lugs/eyelets but I would not trust the supplied rings, they look puny to me. I have replaced mine with a couple of strong chain links. The strap will connect with the 3/8th" part of the strap if your camera has that type of fitting.
The integral steel cables give peace of mind when out and about although the included packaging shows the camera secured to a post and hints that the camera is theft proof. This is far from the truth as the camera can easily be disconnected in a matter of seconds if a would be thief is left undisturbed to do so.
In short, I like this strap and will probably purchase another for one of my other cameras.
The quick release feature leaves part of the strap ends still connected to the camera body so it is not possible to use one strap for multiple cameras.
For the price this strap is very recommendable as a comfortable and semi-secure alternative to the cheap and nasty straps usually supplied by camera manufacturers.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Richard D300 on 15 Jan. 2010
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Just what I as looking for. I've tried other straps and although they were tough they didn't provide the security I wanted. Like other sturdy straps, it has easy unclip straps, the difference with Pacsafe is that the clips can be hidden and are of superior quality. Excellent, highly recommended.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ay B on 23 July 2012
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I've now used this on 2 different cameras (A Panasonic DMC-FZ45 and Nikon D5100), so here are my thoughts after a few months of good use on both.

The build quality of this strap is great and has a reassuring thickness to it, without feeling too heavy or overly bulky. As others have said it's not as flexible as a stock strap, so packing it into a bag isn't as easy, though not impossible, just a little creative coiling is needed. And unlike a stock strap there's no obvious branding, unlike my 2 stock straps that scream "LUMIX"!!! and "NIKON"!!! to the world. The neoprene sleeves are good, covering the exposed metal clips and thinner nylon connectors well, but they add a little bulk. Being closest to the camera body these tend to get in the way of the camera the most, but you get used to them after a while.

One thing I like about this strap (besides the security aspect) is the ability to adjust the length from short (to wear on one shoulder or over the neck) to really long (to wear over the shoulder like a sling). The free-moving padded section is soft with a grippy rubber underside, which doesn't slip when wearing on one shoulder. It could have been a little wider to help spread the weight of heavier camera setups but that probably would have just made the strap really bulky. It also sometimes ends up sliding down to my back when worn as a sling as I bring the camera up to my eye and bring it back down to my side, but that's really a minor annoyance.

When using it on my Panasonic I connected the nylon connectors with the included chrome split rings, as the slots for the strap were just too narrow (the nylon connectors are approximately 13mm wide and 2mm thick).
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Malcolm on 7 Jan. 2014
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This worked well for me - good length, comfortable, gave me some reassurance when I'm sat in a bar that my camera was locked down to something solid and wasn't going to vanish if I took my eye off it. All for the good and, except for one minor niggle, would be worth a 4* review.
However, that niggle's a biggie; having been using it for about 18 months, on this New Year's Eve just gone the shaft on one of the catches randomly sheared, causing one end of the strap and the camera body to suddenly part company. Somewhat less than ideal, that. Fortunately this occurred at the sober end of the evening and I caught the camera before it hit the floor. Just. As a consequence, though, I'm clearly in the market for a new strap. And I'll not be getting one of these again - I don't trust myself to be that lucky twice! Also, if the connectors can fatigue and just shear off as it apparently can, I can't help but wonder how secure, exactly, the strap itself actually is? Hmmm. Perhaps, now the strap is basically useless, I'll take a knife to it and find out...
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