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Lowepro Pro Roller x300 Mobile Studio, Padded Divider System Case with Wheels, Black - with FREE Devo Folding Travel Table for Laptops

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About Lowepro x300

The Pro Roller x-Series is a hardworking mobile studio-with a few inventive surprises built into its modern design. Airport-friendly and super-secure, it holds a notebook, and is filled with refined yet practical features, such as the Reserve Pack, a camera backpack that zips out of the hard case when a photographer needs to downsize.

A zippered front panel secures the hard case forcheck-in or storage while the Reserve Pack is in use. The exclusive Lock & Go System features a combination lock and a retractable cable to keep gear secure.

The Pro Roller x-Series is a true companion for the pro who needs to get gear safely and easily to each assignment.



The Lowepro x300 is commonly used for Protecting gear, Storing gear, Transporting gear and more.The Lowepro x300 is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Pro photographer among others.The Lowepro x300 is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Lowepro x300: Strong construction, Stylish, Very protective and Well padded

Lowepro x300 Features

  • Exclusive Lock & Go System
  • A retractable cable connects universally to an official Travel Sentry lock (recognized by TSA) and secures all components and pockets with one streamline system
  • Reserve Pack
  • Provides a dual carrying option. Use as an impromptu backpack or to downsize in last-minute scenarios where a smaller aircraft requires smaller dimensions for carry-on
  • Retractable TelePod Handle
  • Features left-right operating buttons and threaded camera mount which turns handle into an impromptu tripod-like platform for shooting or lighting
  • Hideaway Tripod Mount
  • Secures a tripod two ways-at front or side of Pro Roller x-Series
  • Wheels with custom housings
  • Are removable and replaceable with an Allen wrench
  • SlipLock attachment loops
  • Expand carrying options for add-on accessories
  • Additional storage spaces
  • Provide added carrying capacity for ID card, documents,
  • Hideaway prop foot
  • Allows bag to be placed at a 30-45 degree angle in a stable position
  • Airline carry-on compatible
  • x100 and x200 fit most airline carry-on requirements

Lowepro x300 Specifications

Dimensions
Notebook: 14.7" W x 1.1" D x 19" H / 37.5 cm W x 3 cm D x 48.5 cm H
Exterior Dimensions
18.5" W x 11.4" D x 26.3" H / 47 cm W x 29 cm D x 67 cm H
Interior Dimensions
14.5" W x 6.8" D x 21.8" H / 37 cm W x 17.5 cm D x 55.5 cm H
Weight
14.7 lbs (6.67kg)
Accommodates
1-2 Pro DSLR's with grip, plus 8-10 lenses: accessories, up to 17" Notebook
Mfr #
LP36034PWW
SKU
LPPRLX300

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4.6

(based on 7 reviews)

71%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (0)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

I love my Lowe Pro Roller 300 ,but

I like this roller bag but..... my only objection is the weight.I travel to Africa on safaris and the weight of the bag is half of the weight allowance allowed on the bush flights.When loaded with cameras it is over weight,What gets left behind? my clothes.Cameras first--always! Would love it more if made out of some spaceage material that made it weigh less.

VS

Most Liked Negative Review

 

Needs decent wheels.

With gear added into mine, it tops out around 45-50 pounds. Pulling this thing with the small 3" wheels through grass, dirt roads, puddles, curbing, requires you to lift it constantly. Wet grass it will sink into and not budge so you drag it like a sack of concrete. For field use, it needs much larger and wider wheels like what comes on a golf cart that hauls comparable weight. It's best designed for hard floors and not field use. I have to resort to bunging it to a larger luggage hand tr

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With gear added into mine, it tops out around 45-50 pounds. Pulling this thing with the small 3" wheels through grass, dirt roads, puddles, curbing, requires you to lift it constantly. Wet grass it will sink into and not budge so you drag it like a sack of concrete. For field use, it needs much larger and wider wheels like what comes on a golf cart that hauls comparable weight. It's best designed for hard floors and not field use. I have to resort to bunging it to a larger luggage hand truck to lug it which is sort of redundant. If all you need to do is transverse hard flat floors, it will do that easily. Backpack is nice if you get the pack weight down to <20 pounds max. (Leave stuff behind!). Padded shoulder straps too. Interesting idea of use the grip handle for a tripod, just it needs a ballhead too to pull that off as there is no adjustment ability with the included straight-stem adapter. Plenty of adjustability in the compartments, although an unfolded Nikon SB-900 flash is a bit tall by 3/4" for the cover to sit flat on, but it works if I don't pack the inside cover with a lot of stuff. I had to add some Eagle Creek Zipper pulls too. Long zippers can get a bit problematic around tight turns so they help as did a shine with some wax paper and Zipper Lube from a local diver's shop. The 45 degree stand is a bit flimsy for the weight of the pack. Be careful unloading it while upright as stuff can fall out as the entire door opens in one swing. Would have been better if the door was in two parts or hinged to prevent all stuff from falling out. Nice Velcro compartmental organiziers though that can be configured in almost any way.

Reviewed by 7 customers

 
5.0

Great Roller Bag!

By

I can fit my 400mm f2.8 in here along with a 70-200mm f2.8 and two bodies for starters. I love this bag!

 
5.0

A great product!!!!!

By

Take to work for every game

 
5.0

Love this bag!

By

I have 5 other camera bags, but this by far is my favorite. It fits all of my gear(well at least what I need per shoot) and it's very easy to travel with.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Needs decent wheels.

By

With gear added into mine, it tops out around 45-50 pounds. Pulling this thing with the small 3" wheels through grass, dirt roads, puddles, curbing, requires you to lift it constantly. Wet grass it will sink into and not budge so you drag it like a sack of concrete. For field use, it needs much larger and wider wheels like what comes on a golf cart that hauls comparable weight. It's best designed for hard floors and not field use. I have to resort to bunging it to a larger luggage hand truck to lug it which is sort of redundant. If all you need to do is transverse hard flat floors, it will do that easily. Backpack is nice if you get the pack weight down to <20 pounds max. (Leave stuff behind!). Padded shoulder straps too. Interesting idea of use the grip handle for a tripod, just it needs a ballhead too to pull that off as there is no adjustment ability with the included straight-stem adapter. Plenty of adjustability in the compartments, although an unfolded Nikon SB-900 flash is a bit tall by 3/4" for the cover to sit flat on, but it works if I don't pack the inside cover with a lot of stuff. I had to add some Eagle Creek Zipper pulls too. Long zippers can get a bit problematic around tight turns so they help as did a shine with some wax paper and Zipper Lube from a local diver's shop. The 45 degree stand is a bit flimsy for the weight of the pack. Be careful unloading it while upright as stuff can fall out as the entire door opens in one swing. Would have been better if the door was in two parts or hinged to prevent all stuff from falling out. Nice Velcro compartmental organiziers though that can be configured in almost any way.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I love my Lowe Pro Roller 300 ,but

By

I like this roller bag but..... my only objection is the weight.I travel to Africa on safaris and the weight of the bag is half of the weight allowance allowed on the bush flights.When loaded with cameras it is over weight,What gets left behind? my clothes.Cameras first--always! Would love it more if made out of some spaceage material that made it weigh less.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Back Pack

By

I use this product to carry my cameras to and fro from ball games. It is very useful as I am 75 yrs old.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I really like the product.

By

I use the product to carry all my camera gear. Once I got the dividers set up, it is very organized and very easy to find things. I like the lock but I did not get instructions on how to set it. The case appeared to be one that another customer returned. The wheels showed a little wear and again there were no instructions about anything.

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