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Tamrac 125 Photographer's Tool Pak - Black

You Pay: $36.95

The ToolPak is made of Windowpane-Mesh to visibly hold filters, batteries, pens, pencils, screwdrivers, a notebook and most of the small accessories that are so difficult to find when you need them. Attaches to a ZipDrop pocket of many Tamrac Pro Systems bags.

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Tamrac125 Photographer's Tool Pak
 
3.7

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

Great Accessory `Accessory'

By Grampa Bob

from Somewhere Outside Platteville, CO

About Me Photo Enthusiast

Pros

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      Best Uses

      • Controlling Clutter

      Comments about Tamrac 125 Photographer's Tool Pak:

      I've got 3 of these that I've been using for many years now. 2 of them reside inside the 2 front compartments of my old Tamrac Model 610 bag and are filled with all sorts of `Photographer-Bits-N-Pieces' that otherwise would either be rattling around, falling out of said front compartments at the worst possible time, or, also at the worst possible time, be discovered that I'd either left them at home or was in the car that was at the parking lot 3 blocks down the street from where I was at the time I discovered I needed them. The 3rd one resides within the front compartment of SWMBO's camera bag and I *don't* question my wife as to what *she* keeps in it. {Very Big GRIN!}

      As they are made to fit Tamrac bags they fit them very well but, when it comes to fitting bags made by other `baggers' one is on one's own as to where one can fit them. Since *I* have pretty much gone over, to the dark side of `hard cases', I haven't quite yet started using them as much as I do with the old 610 case. I do expect that I'll eventually be using some once I have collected as many DSLR `Bits-N-Pieces' as I have done with the Film Cameras I have and maybe even end up moving some of the latter over to the former. These are great accessories for accessories and other Ganglinger!

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      4.0

      Handy

      By Johnny

      from Palmyra, NJ

      About Me Photo Enthusiast

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easily Accessible Equipment
      • Lightweight
      • Strong Construction

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Daily Usage
        • Transporting Gear

        Comments about Tamrac 125 Photographer's Tool Pak:

        Great to hold small items that might get lost in your bag.

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        2.0

        Not sure what to do with it

        By ShootinSue

        from Texas

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              Comments about Tamrac 125 Photographer's Tool Pak:

              Really do not know what to do with it. If you fill it with filters, batteries, and assorted tools it really does not fold up and close well. Better off just putting it all in a zip-loc.

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