ONA Kyoto Leather Camera Wrist Strap (Black)

BH #ONA5062LBL • MFR #ONA5-062LBL
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ONA Kyoto Leather Camera Wrist Strap (Black)
Key Features
  • Stylish Leather Construction
  • Secures Camera to Wrist
  • Adjustable to Wrist Size, Built-In Cinch
  • Comfortable Padded Suede Lining
This Kyoto Leather Camera Wrist Strap in black from ONA allows you to stylishly secure a camera to your wrist as you keep it in hand. Its interior features padded suede, and a built-in cinch allows it to be adjusted for a comfortable, snug fit when the camera is attached using the wrist strap's durable steel key ring. The key ring connects to cameras that feature at least one eyelet for attaching a camera strap. The strap was designed to hold cameras weighing up to six pounds and has been stress-tested to ten pounds. The wrist strap is constructed from leather and includes a built-in scratch guard to prevent the metal surface of the key ring from rubbing against an attached camera.
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ONA ONA5-062LBL Overview

This Kyoto Leather Camera Wrist Strap in black from ONA allows you to stylishly secure a camera to your wrist as you keep it in hand. Its interior features padded suede, and a built-in cinch allows it to be adjusted for a comfortable, snug fit when the camera is attached using the wrist strap's durable steel key ring. The key ring connects to cameras that feature at least one eyelet for attaching a camera strap. The strap was designed to hold cameras weighing up to six pounds and has been stress-tested to ten pounds. The wrist strap is constructed from leather and includes a built-in scratch guard to prevent the metal surface of the key ring from rubbing against an attached camera.

UPC: 685987707243

ONA ONA5-062LBL Specs

Strap Length7.0" / 17.8 cm
Load Capacity10 lb / 4.54 kg
MaterialLeather
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.1 x 3.1 x 3.1"
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