This large-sized, black water-repellent Pro-Light Rolling Lighting Gear Organizer V2 from Manfrotto holds six Compact Stands, two flash heads, and two reflectors between padded, touch-fastened dividers inside the zippered main compartment, which is 39.4" long. For accessories, there is a front exterior zip pocket and two interior zippered lid pockets. You can carry the bag using the side grip handle or the two rear transport wheels and the top grip handle.
- For 2 Lighting Kits & 6 Compact Stands
- Exterior 39.4" Length
- Front Zip Lid Closure
- Front Exterior Zip Pocket
Manfrotto LW-97W-2 V2 Overview
Manfrotto LW-97W-2 V2 Specs
|Interior Dimensions||37 x 15.8 x 9.5" / 94 x 40 x 24 cm|
|Carry and Transport Options||Handle|
|Material of Construction||Fabric, Nylon|
|Exterior Dimensions (W x H x D)||39.4 x 17.3 x 11.8" / 100 x 44 x 30 cm|
|Weight||13 lb / 5.9 kg|
|Package Weight||16.7 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||40.4 x 18.5 x 12.2"|
Manfrotto LW-97W-2 V2 Reviews
Poorer and Poorer Construction - AVOID
Beware - the construction continues to be poorer and poorer. Absolute garbage zipper stitching, within a few months of use and any kind of friction it will separate leaving you with a headache. The corners are especially exposed and poorly sewn on. The bottom portion, the plastic kickstand will collapse under it's own weight. There is no kind of reinforcement to protect that plastic. It will collapse in-ward and leave you with an unbalanced case. 2 years ago I would of recommended these cases - I have gone through 10 of them and each time they survive less and less. I understand wear and tear and the stress of travel, but these cases are just cheaply made garbage at this point. AVOID AT ALL COSTS. I would ask B+H to even reconsider stocking this flawed case.
Great solid built case!
We had purchased this case to house our new Celestron NexStar 102SLT 102mm f/6.5 Refractor Telescope since it did not come with anything to put it in. The case has numerous velcro pads that can be reconfigured. Highly recommend for anyone needing a large case!
Materials are thin and cheap on all sides not offering a lot of protection for gear/equipment. In the photos it shows that the bag can hold Manfrotto lightstands inside of it, but I found out that it can't due it not being big enough. Would not recommend.
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