Just as the name implies, the Cotton Carrier Everything Bracket can hold just about any gear you want to carry on their harness or sling-style harness systems—from binoculars to tripods to, well, everything and anything. Its rugged nylon strap is 13" long with touch fasteners along the entire length to accommodate equipment with circumferences up to 12" around. With the strap installed on your gear, you can simply drop it into the harness' receiver for easy access when you need to grab it in a hurry. A quick release safety tether is included so you won't lose your valuable equipment if you accidentally drop it while enjoying the view from a scenic overlook—simply attach the tether to your binocular's neck strap loop or other location and snap the other end to your harness.
- Hold Binoculars, Tripods, and Other Gear
- Use with the Harness & Sling Systems
- Fits up to 12" Circumference Objects
- 13" Nylon Strap with Touch Fastener
Cotton Carrier 901CBB Overview
Cotton Carrier 901CBB Specs
|Package Weight||0.115 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||7.2 x 5 x 1.35"|
Cotton Carrier 901CBB Reviews
I carry my binoculars on the side holster with CCS G3 Camo Harness System for two cameras. For me, it is awkward mounting the binoculars by feel. I do like the concept as this system avoids the swinging straps of both camera and bino's. Around the 8th month of use, the tab that goes in the slot of the bracket broke. I can understand using plastic to keep the weight low, but was very disappointed by the break. Especially given the high cost of the CC Everything Bracket. I did not abuse the item. I don't know if the break is attributed to going in & out the bracket at an angle, or if it happened some other way.
Somewhat cumbersome but works well
It does exactly what it is supposed to do--attach my binoculars so that I can have them handy at the same time as my camera. My main issue is that for long hikes with a telephoto lens, I like the balance of the camera on the chest part of the Cotton carrier and that leaves the side for the binoculars. The main attachment piece of the Everything bracket interferes with the ease of use of my binoculars. It is hard to hold my small hands over the attachment part to make fine adjustments to my binoculars quickly. It is just too bulky. I prefer the binocular harness but it interferes with the attachment of the camera across the chest. It is an either or dilemma, I suppose. Yet for a birder/photographer, both pieces feel essential and this side harness feels good enough.
Is so much easier to carry binoculars on my vest than an extra strap around my neck.
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