Lowepro S&F Quick Flex Pouch 75 AW

Lowepro S&F Quick Flex Pouch 75 AW

Lowepro S&F Quick Flex Pouch 75 AW

B&H # LOSFQFP75 MFR # LP36277
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Product Highlights

  • Fits Large Flash or Small Accessories
  • Spring-Loaded Flap Design
  • Sloped Ergonomic Shape
  • Water-Resistant Exterior
  • Interior Pocket
  • SlipLock Attachment Tab
  • Built-In All Weather AW Cover
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The Lowepro S&F Quick Flex Pouch 75 AW (Black) is designed to carry a large electronic flash such as: Canon 580EX II or Nikon SB900. It can also be used to carry small accessories such as a wireless remote, batteries, and more. It has a spring-loaded flap design that keeps the accessory case partially open when in use and then securely closed. The sloped ergonomic shape speeds access to the pouch, allowing accessories to be easily grabbed. The SlipLock attachment tab allows the pouch to be worn on a compatible S&F belt or other SlipLock product.

The Quick Flex Pouch 75 AW has an interior pocket for batteries, gels, and other small items. There is a built-in All Weather AW Cover to protect the pouch and contents against inclement weather and the elements. It is carried by a removable, adjustable shoulder strap.

Modular Pouch Basics
  • Fits large flash such as: Canon 580EX II or Nikon SB900
  • Fits other small accessories such as a wireless remote; batteries, etc
  • Spring-loaded flap design allows quick access to a flash, radio or other medium-sized accessories while working and stays partially closed, yet secure
  • Sloped, ergonomic shape rests comfortably against the body and offers freedom of movement
  • SlipLock attachment tab allows pouch to be worn on a compatible S&F belt or other Lowepro SlipLock product
  • Water-resistant 600 denier polyester, 1680 denier nylon, 420d nylon exterior
  • 210 denier nylon and stretch mesh polyester interior
Product Highlights
  • Interior pocket provides storage space for batteries, foot, gels, etc
  • Built-in All Weather AW Cover protects the pouch from the elements
  • Removable, adjustable shoulder strap
UPC: 056035362774
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Lowepro S&F Quick Flex Pouch 75 AW
  • Shoulder Strap
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    Lowepro LP36277 specs

    Material Exterior: 600 denier polyester, 1680 denier nylon, 420d nylon
    Interior: 210 denier nylon and stretch mesh polyester
    Type of Closure YKK zippers with large U-shaped pulls
    Exterior Dimensions 5.5 x 4.1 x 10.2" (14 x 9 x 26 cm)
    Interior Dimensions 5.1 x 3.5 x 9.8" (13 x 10.5 x 25 cm)
    Carrying/Transport Options Shoulder strap
    Weight 14.11 oz (400 g)
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    Package Weight 1.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.0 x 3.0 x 2.0"

    Lowepro LP36277 reviews

    S&F Quick Flex Pouch 75 AW is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 33.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A big pouch for a big flash I bought his pouch to hold my speed light 580 Ex II hoping that it would provide some protection for the flash even though I keep the flash inside of a backpack usually. I bought the flash used and it did not come with its soft case. This in fact is not a replacement for the soft case it's more like a backpack just for the flash and I no longer can keep this flash inside of my photography bag I need to keep it separate because it's too big. I don't like carrying around a lot of things so I ended up just ordering a speed light 600 EX which has a soft case and now I have to flashes one for a secondary for doing portraits and whatnot.
    Date published: 2014-11-05
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from But does it fit my Better Beamer? If you wanted to know whether the Quick Flex Pouch 75 AW will fit your Nikon SB800 plus your Better Beamer Flash-X-Tender, the answer is no. These days I use my Better Beamer a lot, making photos of birds through telephoto. From the pictures I looked at before ordering, it appear that the Better Beamer would fit, it is quite flat after all. And length-wise it does fit. But as soon as you try to add the flash, it becomes a very tight fit. Forget about adding the Better Beamer Lens (damage risk!), off-camera flash cable, spare batteries, or other accessories. The product is being advertised for specific models of flash. I reckon they should have allowed more space for accessories. I'm disappointed.
    Date published: 2011-02-25
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good but too small for larger flashguns I would give this more stars if it did what it was supposed to do, namely a case that allows Quick access to your larger flashguns when in the field. This is their biggest model designed for the larger flashguns like Canon's 580EXII well as room for a spare set of batteries (typically that means 4 x AAs). Well, just putting these items into the case is neither quick nor straightforward. You need to add the batteries after the flash not the other way around. The tight fit for the flash means it can be difficult to grab when you want to pull it out. So what is Quick about this design? With smaller flashguns I'm sure this is not a problem but LowePro has a smaller version specifically for those models (and it suffers from all the same problems). I do like the low profile design, there is less sticking out to get caught and you can wear this under a coat if necessary (in winter for example). The flex lid means you don't have to fasten the top every time which saves time but be careful that it does not spring back and the metal press stud hit the top of the flash. The shape makes these cases difficult to carry much else so I would consider more conventional style if you want to carry other camera accessories. Lastly, why do they persist in using large metal buckles for the carrying strap? They are not the only company to do this, e.g. Think Tank, but metal is unnecessary and bad for camera gear. Get it near anything plastic or metal (such as cameras or lenses) and you are asking for trouble. Plastic buckles are more than sufficient for carrying a flashgun.
    Date published: 2011-05-25
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Protection Only 1 single complaint about this case, Thats why i gave it 4stars. it definitley is a little bulky and it does not have to be. i put my Canon 580ex II flash in here, and there is atleast 1 extra inch of space from the top of the gun to the zipper, if the case was a little shorter, it would still hold the flash, and be more compact to carry around. other wise fantastic in everway!! Plenty of protection from possible drops or bumps, holds extra batterys, gels, connects to my belt, or top loader bag with ease & securley. Love It!....plus a AW cover it I get stuck in a shower, love that piece of mind
    Date published: 2011-02-21
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice case This case fits my Canon 600EX-RT flash with the Omni-Bounce mounted.
    Date published: 2014-08-18
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ok for what it is. I purchased to carry my Canon600 RT flash. I found it to be ok but a little tight for my likeing.It will hold the flash and has enough padding. Maybe after some time, it willbreak in and loosen up a little. The space provided for extra batteries needs some elastic or velcro to hold them in place.(Batteries fell out immediately) I use the case on a Lowepro S&F belt, easy access was my goal. Again; it's tight. A side pouch to hold the flash controll unit would be nice.
    Date published: 2014-04-10
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Versitle Case Originally purchased the 55 AW but was too small to fit my Sony HVL 58AM flashes. Although this case is still a bit tight it protects the unit much better than the OEM case. Also fits my Lowepro S@F belt and vest well. Has extra compartment for holding those mounting feet that so easily get lost.
    Date published: 2011-05-16
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from oversized protection I'm a pro event photog, and had to find a belt/harness system because of back issues. I'd had a couple individual Lowepro pouches already, so I decided to invest in the whole system. This Quick Flex pouch is designed for my Canon 580 EXII flash (and Nikon equivalent). It does provide great protection for the flash. I do have an issue with the exaggerated width of the top portion of the pouch, which makes the belt a little crowded. The upside to the added width is the flip-open top, which makes accessing the flash quick, as long as the zipper is already open.
    Date published: 2012-05-15
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