Hakuba Tripod Case - Large. Polyester with Nylon Padding. Padded Exterior Pocket. Black 33"L x 7.5"W x 9"H

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About Hakuba

The Tripod Cases and light Stand Case feature a 600 denier polyester material outer-shell and nylon lining, offering top quality craftsmanship and innovative designs. These cases yield maximum protection against extreme temperatures and impact via its high density, closed cell moisture resistant foam padding.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(8)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Solid/sturdy (5),Easy to use (4),Fits well (4)
Best Uses:
Travel (5)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (4)

Hakuba Specifications

Internal Dimensions
9 H X 7.5 W X 33 L in.
Material
600 denier polyester material outer-shell and nylon lining
Colors Available
Black

Reviews about this item

Review Snapshot®

 
4.8

(based on 8 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Excellent Case - Wouldn't Change a Thing

Bought this case about four months ago for a trip to the Black Hills and The Badlands up in South Dakota. Case is used to contain a Manfrotto 055XPROB tripod mated with a Manfrotto 498RC2 ball head. This is my first serious tripod, ball head, and case and I'm very satisfied with the setup. The case is very well made and well padded with the added bonus of having a large zippered exterior storage pocket and a smaller velcro storage pocket on the inside. Plus it contains the tripod and ball hea...

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Bought this case about four months ago for a trip to the Black Hills and The Badlands up in South Dakota. Case is used to contain a Manfrotto 055XPROB tripod mated with a Manfrotto 498RC2 ball head. This is my first serious tripod, ball head, and case and I'm very satisfied with the setup. The case is very well made and well padded with the added bonus of having a large zippered exterior storage pocket and a smaller velcro storage pocket on the inside. Plus it contains the tripod and ball head perfectly. You could probably fit a smaller tripod in with the other gear as well or just use it as general storage. I did take the case on several short day hikes (1-3 miles) while carrying a 40 pound pack along with a Think Tank camera case around my waist. I simply shortened up the strap on the tripod case and looped it through the compression straps on the pack and cinched it down tight where it road in a vertical position. Setup worked very well and I don't even know it was there. Bottom line is I would definitely recommend this case or any similar cases from Hakuba. I carry it almost all the time with it sometimes getting tossed in to the bed of my pickup. Protects the equipment quite well and the bag is showing no signs of wear and tear other than a little dirt and grime. Which is O.K. since I do most of my shooting outdoors anyway and things will naturally just get dirty. Buy it. You won't regret it. I definitely plan on purchasing Hakuba again in the future. Hopes this helps.

Reviewed by 8 customers

 
5.0

Large enough for a second tripod

By

from S.L.C., UT  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This bag is large enough to carry two tripods or in my case a tripod and a monopod. The pocket is great for small attachments or accessories.

 
5.0

Fantastic !

By

from Sherman Oaks  -  Photo Enthusiast

I bought this case for my Celestron 4SE Telescope Tripod. It fits perfectly!

 
4.0

This bag is a bargain!

By

from Oklahoma  -  Photo Enthusiast

I'd been looking for a padded tripod bag for some time but most were overpriced. I wanted one with a shoulder strap and good construction, which I found in this bag. There is a roomy outer zip pocket large enough to hold small accessories like filters, caps, etc. The bag is made of durable water resistant fabric, isn't loaded with 'logos' and has sturdy zippers. My only complaint was the shoulder strap pad wasn't sufficient. I cut it off and installed a better one that I bought for $10. This did add to the cost of the bag, but still made it a better bargain than the $100 one I'd previously considered. LIKE this bag!!

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent Case - Wouldn't Change a Thing

By

from Norman, OK  -  Photo Enthusiast

Bought this case about four months ago for a trip to the Black Hills and The Badlands up in South Dakota. Case is used to contain a Manfrotto 055XPROB tripod mated with a Manfrotto 498RC2 ball head. This is my first serious tripod, ball head, and case and I'm very satisfied with the setup. The case is very well made and well padded with the added bonus of having a large zippered exterior storage pocket and a smaller velcro storage pocket on the inside. Plus it contains the tripod and ball head perfectly. You could probably fit a smaller tripod in with the other gear as well or just use it as general storage. I did take the case on several short day hikes (1-3 miles) while carrying a 40 pound pack along with a Think Tank camera case around my waist. I simply shortened up the strap on the tripod case and looped it through the compression straps on the pack and cinched it down tight where it road in a vertical position. Setup worked very well and I don't even know it was there. Bottom line is I would definitely recommend this case or any similar cases from Hakuba. I carry it almost all the time with it sometimes getting tossed in to the bed of my pickup. Protects the equipment quite well and the bag is showing no signs of wear and tear other than a little dirt and grime. Which is O.K. since I do most of my shooting outdoors anyway and things will naturally just get dirty. Buy it. You won't regret it. I definitely plan on purchasing Hakuba again in the future. Hopes this helps.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

fits everything + kitchen sink

By

from southeast michigan  -  Semi-pro Photographer

this bag completely exceeded my expectations. From the build quality to the heavy duty materials, handles and straps. Unexpected pocket on the inside was a nice surprise. I was able to fit 1 full size manfrotto tripod with ball head , 1 manfrotto monopod with ball head , 2 light stands with flah/aumbrella attachment heads , and 2 umbrellas. nice thick padding. long straps. tons of room. [...]

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Tripod Case!

By

from Pleasant Hills, PA  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

The Hakuba tripod case (large) is lightweight, durable, easily adjusted and fits my traditional size tripod with its head on handily. Great for hanging your tripod in storage at home, for traveling and carrying through the woods on a photo shoot. The side pocket is convenient for storing your accessories.

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Nice Bag

By

from ME  -  Photo Enthusiast

Easily holdss my entire "Strobist" set up. But more pockets on the outside would have been better

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

This is a great case

By

from Toronto  -  Professional

For light shooting this case will fit 2 to 3 Manfrotto stands, 2 umbrellas and a light weight Gizo. The side pocket is great for a speed light or misc. clamps and brackets. It's perfect for a "Strobist" and the quality is really excellent, I'm very happy with this purchase.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
MARTIN R  Large enough and especially has an accessory pocket for quick release plates etc.
Shopper  Is this new ? It's a gift..refund policy?
DOUG R  Bought this case about four months ago for a trip to the Black Hills and The Badlands up in South Dakota. Case is used to contain a Manfrotto 055XPROB tripod mated with a Manfrotto 498RC2 ball head. This is my first serious tripod, ball head, and case and I'm very satisfied with the setup. The case is very well made and well padded with the added bonus of having a large zippered exterior storage pocket and a smaller velcro storage pocket on the inside. Plus it contains the tripod and ball head perfectly. You could probably fit a smaller tripod in with the other gear as well or just use it as general storage. I did take the case on several short day hikes (1-3 miles) while carrying a 40 pound pack along with a Think Tank camera case around my waist. I simply shortened up the strap on the tripod case and looped it through the compression straps on the pack and cinched it down tight where it road in a vertical position. Setup worked very well and I don't even know it was there. Bottom line is I would definitely recommend this case or any similar cases from Hakuba. I carry it almost all the time with it sometimes getting tossed in to the bed of my pickup. Protects the equipment quite well and the bag is showing no signs of wear and tear other than a little dirt and grime. Which is O.K. since I do most of my shooting outdoors anyway and things will naturally just get dirty. Buy it. You won't regret it. I definitely plan on purchasing Hakuba again in the future. Hopes this helps.
Anne R  Is this sturdy enough to survive airport baggage handlers?
BILL G  The bag isn't that well padded. Assuming you are putting pricey pieces of equipment in the bag, I wouldn't chance it by checking it in.
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