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The new "I stay put" bag strap.


Evertonian 1 544 England
18 Apr 2013 11:32AM
This really seems to be good value for money. Just bought one and it stops shoulder bags from slipping off. It has a capcity of 60kgs so should suit every photographic bag that I know. After some more testing I do think I will be buying a few more.

Designed for camera bags, gadget bags, lap-top bags etc. I don't work for them neither do I have any financial or other interest in the company.

Actually says "i-stay" on the strap and "i-stay.com" below. Bought mione from Amazon 13.99 plus postage.

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cattyal e2
9 6.4k 6 England
18 Apr 2013 12:12PM
Now that looks like something I could do with - for every single bag I own - not just camera bags Smile I-stay strap
SlowSong e2
6 4.8k 29 England
18 Apr 2013 2:28PM
Sounds like a great idea, all my bags slip off which is why I now use across the body strap bags, but I can't see how it works and it looks huge and ugly in the customer picture.
Evertonian 1 544 England
18 Apr 2013 2:43PM

Quote:Sounds like a great idea, all my bags slip off which is why I now use across the body strap bags, but I can't see how it works and it looks huge and ugly in the customer picture.


I assure you it is not. Have a look at some other pictures of it fixed to a bag so that you can get a feel of scale. As I said, I have bought one and it is neither huge nor ugly.

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