Crumpler Triple A Bag Family Roundup Review

We review Crumpler's Triple A family of camera bags, which offers everything from a backpack to a compact camera pouch.

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Crumpler's Triple A range of camera bags is designed for people looking for simplicity and style as well as versatility. The range caters for every kind of camera, from a small compact right up to a DSLR and several lenses. Here, we have 6 models from the range on test:

  • Crumpler Triple A Camera Pouch 100
  • Crumpler Triple A Camera Cube S
  • Crumpler Triple A Camera Toploader 150
  • Crumpler Triple A Camera Sling 3800
  • Crumpler Triple A Camera Sling Backpack
  • Crumpler Triple A Camera Half Backpack

Crumpler Triple A Camera Pouch 100


 

The Triple A Camera Pouch 100 is the smallest camera case in the Triple A range and it can fit a small compact camera. There's a bigger brother which is the Triple A Camera Pouch 200, that can fit a slightly larger advanced compact.

It's available in blue, black, green or red for £19

 

The Crumpler Triple A Camera Pouch 100 is well padded and suitable for a small compact camera. 

 

Key Features

  • Fits a small compact camera
  • Waterproof rip-stop nylon fabric
  • Netted elasticated pouch on lid
  • Strap & velcro belt fastener
  • Carry handle


 

The Triple A Camera Pouch 100 has a thin camera strap which can be unclipped and removed if you wish to wear the pouch on a bag or belt instead of on your body. The length of the strap can be adjusted. 

The pouch is accessed via a zip around the top - the zip is encased in soft rubber giving it a good grip and feel. Inside you'll find a mesh pouch with an elasticated top which is ideal for storing a memory card. On the back there's a small carry handle and a velcro-secured strip which is used to attach the pouch to your belt or bag. It's secured on either side, making it extra secure. 

The pouch is easy to access and your camera will feel well-protected thanks to the padding in the walls. The 400D waterproof outer fabric also gives reassurance should you be caught in the rain.

 

Value For Money

The Triple A Camera Pouch 100 is available for £19 on Amazon, and for the money you get a well-padded pouch with a couple of carrying options and a mesh memory card holder, as well as a 400D waterproof fabric. 

It's a compact camera pouch that offers a fair amount for the money and isn't too flashy. Similar pouches include the Lowepro Apex 30 AW which has a rubber base protector, available for £14.99. For something more slimline, Crumpler also make a neoprene pouch called the PP55, for super slim cameras.

 

 

Crumpler Triple A Camera Pouch 100 Pros

  • Well padded
  • Memory card pocket
  • Wear it on your body or on a belt

 

Crumpler Triple A Camera Pouch 100 Cons

  • No external mesh pockets

Features4/5
Handling4.5/5
Performance4.5/5
Value4.5/5
Overall Verdict

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