Hakuba Light Stand Case. Polyester with Nylon Padding. Padded Exterior Pocket. Black 46"L x 8.5"W x 10.5"H

Hakuba

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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

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Lightweight (7),Reliable (7),Easy to set up (4),Consistent (3)
Best Uses:
Photography (7),Strobe lighting (7),Artificial lighting (6),Portraits (4),Weddings (4)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (6),Pro photographer (6),Semi-pro photographer (4)

Hakuba Specifications

Internal Dimensions
10.5 H X 8.5 W X 46 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 16 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (13)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (0)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Best bag I have tried

This is the best of the stand bags I have tried. No Question. The bag is well padded and solid. The zipper has held up well and looks to be very heavy duty. I have this bag stuffed with stands and equipment and have had no problems. I have started to carry the counterweight for my boom in this bag and have had no problems.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

pretty good, you get what you pay for

Nice roomy bag with decent padding. It can hold a lot of stands, reflectors, softboxes, umbrellas, etc. However, I would say that overpacking it is a bad idea. One of mine developed a rip in the fabric after about a year of heavy use. The zipper is holding up fine. But, I don't think this is very good performance. However, I do really like the bag overall. It would likely be covered under warranty but it looks like it's an easy repair and I'm not going to bother with warranty. I also use som...

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Nice roomy bag with decent padding. It can hold a lot of stands, reflectors, softboxes, umbrellas, etc. However, I would say that overpacking it is a bad idea. One of mine developed a rip in the fabric after about a year of heavy use. The zipper is holding up fine. But, I don't think this is very good performance. However, I do really like the bag overall. It would likely be covered under warranty but it looks like it's an easy repair and I'm not going to bother with warranty. I also use some Lightware bags that are often very overpacked and they have never ripped after a lot of use. The Hakuba needs more care so you have to balance the cost savings with the limited usability.

Reviewed by 16 customers

 
5.0

Feels solid!!

By

from Vancouver, Canada  -  Pro Photographer

Just received the product today as my old bags bit the dust. This thing feels solid! great material, handles feel sturdy, and I really like the hard plastic on the bottom. I just packed it with: C stand column and boom arm. 4 manfrotto stacker stands, 3x4 softbox, 7ft parabolic umbrella, and 28" Westcott apollo. I'll definitely be getting the smaller version soon as well!! :D

 
5.0

Best lightstand/tripod bag

By

from New York, NY  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Spacious and of a very high quality, I was able to declutter my trunk of several bags housing 3 lightstands and tripod. The materials are solid and there are no issues with the heavy duty seams and zippers. The padding is light but enough to prevent any dings and scratches from accidental bumps into things. The only thing lacking is the strap system they have in the bag. There are tension lock straps on the bottom of the bag to help keep things from shifting around while being carried upright. The idea is great but the execution is a bit lacking. When loading gear into the bag, you have to pass them each through the preset loops and then tighten in the cramped space once your gear is in. They would benefit greatly with velcro straps in not only how quickly you'd be able to access and pack away your gear, but in how tightly and easily you'd be able to secure everything inside. Inconvenience aside, this bag is highly recommended.

 
4.0

Perfect for my needs

By

from Brooklyn, NY  -  Photo Enthusiast

Carrying case for my light stands and tripod. Durable but lightweight. It is perfect for what I need.

 
5.0

De-Cluttered My Car

By

from Northeast Ohio  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I'm sure like most starting photographers, I've got light stands, tripods, accessories ... you name it, not only do I have it, but it has been sitting loose in the back of my car for quite some time. In between photo shoots, I would just leave it there, because it would take three or four trips to haul it back into my house. And when I had a job, it would take three or four more trips to load up the car. I bought two of these Hakuba bags and everything just fit into both. Now I can take one trip from the car to the client and one trip from the car to the house. Easy peazey. The quality of the fabric is very heavy duty and while I don't plan to fly with these bags, for local trips to a client's location, these fit the bill perfectly.

 
5.0

Outstanding Stand Case!!

By

from Long Island, NY  -  Pro Photographer

Ours is 2 years old and still in great condition. Travels over 200 days a year with us. Zipper still works perfectly, every time!!

 
5.0

Greta bag used every weekend

By

from Fort Lauderdale, FL  -  Pro Photographer

This is a great bag I keep three light stands and two mono-pods in it and have room to spare. I have been using it every weekend for over 4 years and have never had any problems with it.

 
5.0

AWESOME PURCHASE!!!I

By

from Arlington, MA  -  Pro Photographer

I needed this bag to transport my lightstands 45" long from the U.S. to India. They are great for travel because they are padded and offer extra protection. I was able to check the bag in along with my other luggage and the airline accepted it without making a fuss. What's great is that it holds a LOT OF STUFF, is lightweight and exactly what I was looking for. A great buy.

 
5.0

Well Padded, with Excellent Construction

By

from Smyrna,GA.  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This light stand case has EZ access,a strong zipper,an exterior storage pouch,and multiple straps for ease of use.

 
3.0

pretty good, you get what you pay for

By

from Lansing, MI area  -  Pro Photographer

Nice roomy bag with decent padding. It can hold a lot of stands, reflectors, softboxes, umbrellas, etc. However, I would say that overpacking it is a bad idea. One of mine developed a rip in the fabric after about a year of heavy use. The zipper is holding up fine. But, I don't think this is very good performance. However, I do really like the bag overall. It would likely be covered under warranty but it looks like it's an easy repair and I'm not going to bother with warranty. I also use some Lightware bags that are often very overpacked and they have never ripped after a lot of use. The Hakuba needs more care so you have to balance the cost savings with the limited usability.

 
5.0

The Perfect Bag

By

from Menifee, California  -  Pro Photographer

Great price and quality!

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