Ruggard DPV-250 Dual Purpose Camera Pouch (Vertical Orientation, Black)

BH #RUDPV250 • MFR #DPV-250
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Ruggard DPV-250 Dual Purpose Camera Pouch (Vertical Orientation, Black)
Key Features
  • For Small Point/Shoot Camera
  • Two Zippered Pockets with Pull Tabs
  • Interior Storage / Memory Cards, Battery
  • Interior Cushioning Protects Screen
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The black DPV-250 Dual Purpose Camera Pouch from Ruggard is well-named since it not only holds your small point/shoot camera but has room to spare for accessories. Its dual zippered pockets are spacious and can accommodate the basics and then some. The pouch is made from a strong nylon material speckled with a handsome and stylish gray accent coloring.

The main compartment is for your camera while the second is for accessories such as media cards, battery, charger and cable. The accessory pocket contains two small pullout pockets for memory cards and an additional small flap-covered pocket for an additional card. Both pockets open via dual zippers with pull tabs that will come in handy especially when you're wearing gloves. Inside, the pouch is cushioned to protect the delicate nature of your camera's LCD screen as well as the fine surface of the camera itself.

For carrying purposes, the pouch comes with a removable neck strap that attaches to the two side loops and a very convenient belt loop that will leave you hands free to pursue other endeavors such as working with your computer playing with your child or even grabbing a snack. This pouch is designed to prop up in a vertical format when used with the included belt loop. The pouch is topped off with a bolded, sewn on Ruggard logo and is backed by Ruggard's three-year warranty.

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Ruggard DPV-250 Overview

The black DPV-250 Dual Purpose Camera Pouch from Ruggard is well-named since it not only holds your small point/shoot camera but has room to spare for accessories. Its dual zippered pockets are spacious and can accommodate the basics and then some. The pouch is made from a strong nylon material speckled with a handsome and stylish gray accent coloring.

The main compartment is for your camera while the second is for accessories such as media cards, battery, charger and cable. The accessory pocket contains two small pullout pockets for memory cards and an additional small flap-covered pocket for an additional card. Both pockets open via dual zippers with pull tabs that will come in handy especially when you're wearing gloves. Inside, the pouch is cushioned to protect the delicate nature of your camera's LCD screen as well as the fine surface of the camera itself.

For carrying purposes, the pouch comes with a removable neck strap that attaches to the two side loops and a very convenient belt loop that will leave you hands free to pursue other endeavors such as working with your computer playing with your child or even grabbing a snack. This pouch is designed to prop up in a vertical format when used with the included belt loop. The pouch is topped off with a bolded, sewn on Ruggard logo and is backed by Ruggard's three-year warranty.

Two zippered pockets - one for your camera or electronic device, the other for accessories; both pockets have convenient dual zippers with handy pull tabs
One exterior zippered pocket has two interior small pullout pockets for memory cards, battery as well as one small flap covered pocket for an additional card; pocket is large enough for a cable, charger or other small accessory
Interior cushioned screen protection
Low-profile belt loop
Includes removable neck strap
UPC: 847628028456

Ruggard DPV-250 Specs

Carrying/Transport OptionsBelt Loop, Neck Strap
Exterior
Exterior Dimensions5.5 x 3.3 x 2.8" / 14 x 8.4 x 7.1 cm
Exterior MaterialNylon
Type of ClosureZipper
Interior
Interior Dimensions4.9 x 2.9 x 1.6" / 12.4 x 7.4 x 4.1 cm
Weight2.8 oz / 80.0 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.3 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.8 x 5.05 x 3.2"
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