Lowepro Pro Roller x200 AW

Lowepro Pro Roller x200 AW

Lowepro Pro Roller x200 AW

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Product Highlights

  • For 2 DSLRs with Grips, 8 Lenses & More
  • Accommodates up to 17" Laptop
  • Removable Reserve Pack
  • MaxFit Divider System
  • Impact-Protective Hard-Shell Exterior
  • Durable Smooth-Glide Wheels
  • Dual-Button Trolley Handle
  • Top & Side Leather Grab Handles
  • Built-In All-Weather AW Cover
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The black, modular Pro Roller x200 AW from Lowepro consists of both an impact-protective hard-shell exterior and a removable Reserve Pack with a backpack harness, which holds a significant amount of gear. It holds two DSLRs with grips, around eight lenses (up to a 600mm telephoto lens), flashes and accessories between padded MaxFit interior dividers. It also accommodates up to a 17" laptop inside an easy-access stretch pocket at the front, and features numerous interior and exterior pockets for accessories.

To transport the Pro Roller with the hard-shell exterior, there is a dual-button trolley handle, with a sleek zippered cover, and durable, smooth-gliding wheels. There are also flexible and comfortable top and side grab handles with leather backings. After removal, the Reserve Pack can be carried on your back using the backpack harness, or can be grabbed with the handle at its side.

Removable Reserve Pack unzips from hard-shell exterior, which has another zippered front flap, creating two separate cases
MaxFit divider system has thinner, yet stronger touch-fastened dividers, which can be inserted after you settle your gear to maximize the interior space
Durable urethane-cast wheels glide smoothly, are vibration resistant, and feature ABEC-5 rated bearings
Built-in all weather AW cover protects the entire Pro Roller from rain and dust
TSA-approved lock is built into the pack to lock zippers
Four zippered mesh pockets are on the inside of the front flap
No-drop front organization pocket features an interior organizer with various smaller pockets to organize your accessories
UPC: 056035366987
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Lowepro Pro Roller x200 AW
  • Removable Reserve Pack
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    Lowepro X200 AW specs

    Material 1680D ballistic nylon, 1000D striped nylon
    Type of Closure Zipper
    Exterior Dimensions 14.0 x 9.0 x 22.0" / 35.5 x 22.9 x 55.9 cm
    Interior Dimensions 12.9 x 6.2 - 7.7 x 20.1" / 32.8 x 16.0 - 19.5 x 51.0 cm, with divider insert
    Carrying/Transport Options Hard-shell exterior: trolley handle with wheels, side and top grip handles
    Removable interior: backpack harness, top grip handle
    Weight 12.7 lb / 5.8 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 14.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 23.8 x 15.5 x 10.9"

    Lowepro X200 AW reviews

    Pro Roller x200 AW is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 61.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not what it claims to be Beware of thinking this is a carry-on bag. Unless you are traveling by air in Business Class, and even then it is uncertain, it does not meet the requirements for either size or weight limit. I found out the hard way! Traveling BC on BA, I had to remove the inner case/backpack so it would meet the size requirements then had to remove 3 lenses and put in my check on, to meet the weight requirements. Locking system broke, zipper doesn't work easily unless roller bag is standing up, last but not least, should straps of back pack are not padded and very uncomfortable after 20 minutes. Very disappointing for a product that is marketed to answer all your traveling photographic needs.
    Date published: 2017-03-18
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Pass on this one I bought the original version of this case and was very pleased but a few days later I read how this (the new version) was a significant upgrade so I sold the older model and bought this - huge mistake!!This model has cut out a few of the features of the older one, like the zipper to keep the laptop secure as well as the ability to lock the laptop compartment. Also missing was a way to mount a camera or extra external flash on the handle, a feature I may never have used but I am sure my wedding photographer friends would have like that.There is so much to hate about the case so please look elsewhere - or better yet find the discontinued model that this replaced.I retured mine.
    Date published: 2015-01-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Enough for a wedding set-up Coming from a Lowepro 350 AW, this one is an upgrade for me! has a lot of dividers that you can freely manage and arrange, can put 3 bodies with lens attached and 2 flash easily, roller is good and smooth, i dont mind if the laptop compartment in front is without zippers, wish it has the long security cable like the previous model and the stand at the back, otherwise its all good! Cheers Lowepro and BH!
    Date published: 2016-04-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A great bag. We call this the 10 year bag. After carrying all your gear for 10 years, you deserve to have it on wheels! It rolls nice, is plenty big enough, has a great set of dividers, and looks great!it does convert to a backpack, though not a stylish one. I believe the main purpose is if you get stopped by TSA for the bag size, even though it's within limits. If this happens, you can check the roller part of the bag and keep the backpack with you.Like I said, it's a very nice case, doing what it was meant to do very effectively.
    Date published: 2014-06-17
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty Decent for the Price For half the price of some of the other rolling bag brands, this bag is pretty good. I was in dire need of a rolling bag, and it does the job. It is a little bulky, and seems heavier and bigger than the Think Tank roller, and the compartments are a little stiff. I'm thinking they will break in well, though. If it were a touch deeper, it'd be easier to fit more equipment (it's a hair too shore to store flashes upright), but that might prevent it from being small enough to be a carry on bag. The lock instructions aren't very clear. I had to look them up online, but these are such small issues for the price and convenience.
    Date published: 2016-08-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's all about convenience I needed a case to carry all my equipment in one place while traveling. Mostly travel is by car which makes this case very convenient in that I can simply work out of it and lock what I am not using. It also meets the exact measurements for carry-on bags for boarding a plane. While it has the TSA lock system which is nicely done, I do not want to check this bag because I don't trust anyone with my equipment if I cannot see them. So carry-on is important. The bag is light and the wheels are not such a hard material so it rolls smoothly. It has a hard case so the equipment is protected which is important to me. This equipment is a big investment for me. There is a pouch for a laptop computer which I use for an I-Pad. The thing that makes me happy is not having to pack three different bags when I go anywhere be it a short trip or a long one. It's all about convenience. Jim
    Date published: 2014-09-22
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not what I expected from a $ bag. I bought this to replace my soft Pelican roller bag (which was discontinued shortly after I bought it in 2009). Things I like about the Pro Roller x200: This bag rolls like a dream smooth and effortlessly. It looks pretty. The interior is light in color which makes things easy to see. TSA lock and weather cover even though these are features I won't find myself using often if at all but I can see how they would be really helpful for someone who would. Pro Roller x200 cons: The lack of accessory space. I get it.. Lowepro was trying to make a sleek bag, but there really just isn't enough pocket space for me. The top interior pockets are much too narrow. I'm a small woman and even I have a difficult time fitting my hand in some of them to fish out rogue batteries (or whatever I'm looking for). Forget about fitting chargers, a rocket blower, and other larger items in the pockets. They might fit, but at the expense of smashing whatever you've got in the actual bag flash feet for example, if you've got them arranged in a vertical position. The stock photo shows the bag just absolutely loaded up with gear. What they should show you is how you'd have to press down on the bag as you zip it if you were to want to actually close it with everything they show in the picture. The lack of exterior pocket space. Again, the cute pocket on the front is nice and streamline, however it's really just good for stuff like a pen, business cards, my keys, and my phone. Maybe some other items that can lay somewhat flat. When the bag is full, the front pocket tight after it's zipped. And the laptop slot. Come on why is there not an option to close it? Again, it is almost too tight to fit my 11 MacBook air (when the bag is full). I literally had to turn the bag upside down to get it to slide to the top because once my hand was inside, I couldn't bend my fingers enough to actually grasp the computer. I guess that's why they didn't feel the need to give that compartment a zipper. In retrospect, maybe if I'd have opened up the bag and then tried removing the laptop... hmmm This bag is front-heavy. It has fallen over forward multiple times since I've owned it. This never happened with my last bag and that one had pouches on the front for extra gear (8 cell battery charger, flash bracket, etc) My other one was also carry-on sized as well. I feel the need to mention my last bag to point out that it can be done. Soft handle construction. I read someone's review about how they heard the seams rip when they lifted their bag. I've only had this for several weeks and sure enough, I heard it yesterday when I removed my bag from my trunk. There were no visible tears, but still not a good sign. Trolley handle is very wobbly. What's the point of two buttons instead of one in the middle? To get the handle to retract, you have to press one of the two buttons, and since they're located on either side, and there is significant play in the extenders, you have to jostle the handle back and forth while pressing down in order for the button to disengage the pins. In my opinion, not a good design and actually pretty annoying. Velcro on dividers. What made my Pelican bag nice was that the rearrangeable dividers had both hook and loop velcro on both sides of the flaps. This Lowepro bag has only the rough hook velcro on the dividers which limits your options on insert placement. 70-200 f/2.8 will not fit standing up. Not exactly a downfall, just worth mentioning. Maybe this bag just wasn't meant for me.
    Date published: 2015-08-25
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Plenty of storage for all my gear Since most of my traveling involves photographing wildlife, I needed to get a bag that would carry all my most important equipment but still be small enough to qualify as carry-on luggage. The s200 fit the bill. I now have it packed with my two Nikon bodies, three lenses which include a 80-400mm and 200-500mm zoom lens. Both those lenses are fairly bulky, but after playing around with various configurations, I was able to fit it all comfortably into the bag. I also have numerous filters, chargers, flash unit, tele-extenders, cables, and more all neatly and securely stowed and ready for travel. The only con is that the bag is a bit pricey, but after comparing it with other similar bags, it seems to be in the same ballpark price wise. All-in-all, this is a well built and well designed bag.
    Date published: 2016-01-06
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