Oben TS-200 Tripod Strap with Two Quick-Release Loops (Black)

Oben TS-200 Tripod Strap with Two Quick-Release Loops (Black)

Oben TS-200 Tripod Strap with Two Quick-Release Loops (Black)

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Product Highlights

  • Two Quick-Release Loops for Head/Legs
  • Fully Adjustable Strap up to 44.5"
  • 3" Wide Neoprene Shoulder Pad
  • 9.5mm Thick Ultra-Soft Neoprene Pad
  • 1" Wide Nylon Strap
  • Non-Slip Strap Backing
  • Distributes Weight Evenly
  • Easy to Attach and Remove
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The black TS-200 Tripod Strap with Two Quick-Release Loops from Oben features two quick-release loops-one each at the top and bottom to hold your tripod's legs and head. The solid 1" wide nylon strap is complemented by a 3" wide, non-slip and comfortable 9.5mm thick neoprene shoulder pad that evenly distributes the weight of your tripod. Once adjusted, the strap length back buckles to hold it at your preferred length.

The leg loop adjusts to a maximum of 19" wide while the head loop is secured by a 14" maximum wide loop. The plastic quick-release buckles at each end of the strap allow for fast attachment or use of your tripod. When the shot is there, you don't want to waste time fumbling with overly sophisticated attachment systems. This is a cost-effective tripod strap that fits many tripods and gives you the freedom to travel, set up and pack with speed and efficiency. The strap is backed by a one-year limited warranty from Oben.

Two quick-release loops secured with plastic snap couplers; one for tripod head, one for tripod legs
Fully adjustable, back buckled strap - approx 20-44.5"
1" wide nylon strap
Wide, comfortable 3" neoprene shoulder pad
Easy to attach and remove
UPC: 847628533127
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Oben TS-200 Tripod Strap with Two Quick-Release Loops (Black)
  • One-Year Limited Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Material Shoulder pad: Non-slip neoprene
    Strap: Nylon
    Attachment Method Two set of quick-release clips (one for legs, the other for tripod head)
    Exterior Dimensions Shoulder pad: 3.0" (7.6 cm, at widest point)
    Strap width: 1.0" (2.5 cm)
    Minimum strap length: 20.0" (50.8 cm, approx)
    Maximum strap length: 44.5" (113.0 cm)
    Strap Loops Maximum leg loop width: 19.0" (48.3 cm)
    Maximum head loop width: 14.0" (35.6 cm)
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    Package Weight 0.26 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 18.5 x 4.3 x 0.7"
    TS-200 Tripod Strap with Two Quick-Release Loops (Black) is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 27.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from simple and effective Nothing fancy at all. You find a place around the head to firmly fasten one strap and a place around the legs to firmly fasten the other and hold the three legs together. Adjust strap and put it over your shoulder. Some fiddling with the lengths to get it to hang in a convenient fashion. Does not protect like a tripod bag but on the other hand there is no confusion about which size and design to purchase to fit your tripod and head. Once you figure out your favorite rigging you may want to cut some of the straps down to a shorter length to restrict the dangly bits or just stuff them in somehow under one of the attachments.
    Date published: 2013-08-29
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from It Works Well It works well and does the job with my Manfrotto 293. I use a tripod A LOT therefore I will be curious to see how well constructed this is for heavy use over time. For the first week or two after I unpackaged the strap, it had an awful, very strong odor of rubber that also got on my clothes from using the strap. The smell was strong enough to stink up an entire 300 sq ft room. It seems to be going away now but I found that issue to be a little lame. I also am not a big fan of using merchandise that has a company's name emblazoned on it. All in all, it is working and it is comfortable - no pain, no crazy weight distribution- and it sure beats carrying my tripod for miles and miles.
    Date published: 2015-11-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Perfect Tripod Strap Ok, so I tried making my own strap out of an old guitar strap. Not bad, but not good either. Then I heard good things about the Oben TS-200, so when I ordered a new portable tripod, I decided to try one of these puppies as well. What a brilliant design! They figured out all the little things that it needed, put it all together, and the result is an easy to use, quick to put on and take off, super comfortable system. You just slip those loops around each end, tighten, and slip over your shoulder, that simple. What's cool, and that I didn't see from the photos, is that once you've got it sized for your particular tripod, there is a neat click lock that quickly unclips on each end, so you don't have to resize it each time, just wrap around and click. Neat. But it's that super comfortable shoulder strap that I really love. Wide and thick and shaped just right to distribute the load evenly. There isn't really much more to it, or much more to say. It's very well made out of the perfect materials, and should last a LONG time. Completely adjustable lengths to fit most any tripod or person. Recommended!
    Date published: 2015-11-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from There is always another solution. My main tripod is a Cullmann 2502 that I purchased over thirty years ago. The carrying case was too clumsy to use so I purchased the Oben TS-200 Tripod Strap. My Cullmann didn't have any place for the snap clip so the other Oben models were out. I am using the Brenthaven backpack so carrying my tripod on my back or on my shoulder was problematic. What I did was to use the strap to secure the tripod to the backpack by having the strap portion of the Oben on flat side of the backpack and using the Brenthaven tripod straps secure it further. I field tested the arrangement on a photo shot at the Washington National Cathedral and it worked quite well. I have found absolutely nothing wrong with the product.
    Date published: 2016-03-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Quality! This strap is high quality. I was debating between this and the Op-Tech strap, which was a few bucks cheaper. But when I compared the Op-Tech ($22) and Oben ($30) straps in the pictures, something about the Op-Tech one looked cheap, while the Oben looked high quality. I'm sure either one would've been fine, but since this is something I am sure would last forever, I went ahead and spent the extra 9 bucks and be happy with it, and I am! I love how there is an Oben logo on the strap, under the strap, and even on the buckles! The strap is also very strong and isn't too thick or heavy. The Manfrotto strap is around the same price ($$), but that thing looks way too thick (that's what she said). People who buy the Manfrotto strap are just buying it for the name.
    Date published: 2015-07-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Option This is a great option when you know that you do not need a lot of equipment on your day of shooting. Throwing my tripod over my shoulder and walking long distances seems to be so much easier the caring everything. The rubber backing on the wide part of the trap keeps it from sliding down and is very durable.
    Date published: 2015-02-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very comfy Very pleased with this, made my heavy tripod MUCH more comfy to carry, and it doesn't slip at all, I can carry it in whatever angle/position I wish. I think one thing that might be an even bigger improvement would be velcro straps rather than the clip fasteners, as it would make it easier to secure it tighter, and not slip, but then it would also not be as fast as it is with the quick release to undo
    Date published: 2014-12-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it. I use this with my Manfrotto VMV500A monopod when I'm trekking around and it works great. The padding is comfortable and flexible. It tightens perfectly and I love the quick release clips (that probably work better on a tripod, but I love them non-the-less - despite the mild mono-pod awkwardness).
    Date published: 2015-12-04
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