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Hoodman Climbing Rope Hand Strap (Red)

BH #HOHCWS1R • MFR #HCWS1R
Hoodman Climbing Rope Hand Strap (Red)
Key Features
  • Holds a Camera with Lens up to 5 lb
  • Ring Connector with Camera Protector
  • Slip Lock One-Size-Fits-All Design
  • Thickness: 0.4" / 10mm
Carry a camera and lens up to 5 lb with the red Climbing Rope Hand Strap from Hoodman. The strap is 0.4" thick and features a ring connector. Photographers will appreciate the slip lock one-size-fits-all design.
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$24.99

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Hoodman HCWS1R Overview

Carry a camera and lens up to 5 lb with the red Climbing Rope Hand Strap from Hoodman. The strap is 0.4" thick and features a ring connector. Photographers will appreciate the slip lock one-size-fits-all design.

Not designed for use in mountain climbing.
UPC: 017932335124

Hoodman HCWS1R Specs

Strap Width0.04" / 0.1 cm
Lug ConnectorRing
Quick ReleaseNo
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)15 x 7 x 1"

Hoodman HCWS1R Reviews

Security for Full Frame cameras

By Jason
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-02-13

This strap has a very solid construction. I was pleasantly surprised as there are so many brands of straps I've never heard of, and it seemed like the type of product where you have no idea what you're going to get. But no, this thing is serious. The loop is like the same material as a climbing rope. I am using it on a Nikon Z6ii, and often let the camera hang from my wrist while I quickly use my hand for something else. The strap is long enough that I can use it as a safety strap while mounted to a tripod head. I'll hook the loop around one of the knobs of the head, in case by some chance I didn't lock the shoe into the head correctly. I know that's extremely unlikely to happen, but I feel good about the added security. I'd definitely buy one of these again. In fact, it is replacing an old similar strap by Crumpler that is no longer in production so I might buy another one of these just in case.

Not practical.

By Alberto
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2019-06-16

The strap is stiff; rubs uncomfortably. The ring is difficult to attach and remove quickly. I used it for two days. Great idea, not so great reality..

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