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wongkw
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Jun 14, 2013 20:30 as a reply to  @ post 15974079 |  #16

An update to my previous posts in this thread...

I called Daymen Canada and explained my situation after getting transferred to Customer Service. The person I spoke with said would try to see what could be done to replace my missing items.

After 2 weeks of e-mails back and forth, I received a box today. I had asked for the laptop sleeve, memory card pouch and 1 divider...which was in the box but there were additional items which I was not aware I was missing. This was at no cost even though I offered to pay.

I am happy to say I got service beyond what I expected. I got more than I asked for and quicker than expected. Based on this service, I would not hesitate to buy Lowepro bags in the future and recommend it to others.

I do recommend contacting them through a phone call rather than through the "Contact Us" page on their website which sends and e-mail to them.


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Jun 14, 2013 20:57 |  #17

Thanks for he update! I have had incredible response from Daymen Canada, going back quite a ways. When I had my business I used LowePro exclusively.
Now I have excellent bags fom Domke, and some from Think Tank and Billingham.
My latest purchase was a LowePro ProMessenger 200AW. It is an incredible bag.

My latest challenge is carrying m43rds gear. Finding the right bags...
I keep going back to my Billingham Hadley Digital, and my Domke F3X.

I have spent far too much on gear and bags. :(


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wongkw
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Jun 14, 2013 23:19 as a reply to  @ 2mnycars's post |  #18

I think now that I have the Magnum 650, it will hold everything that I will ever need and be used as a carryall bag when needed...even when reviewers say it is a large bag, you have no idea until you see it in person. It is way too big though for short treks so I still need something smaller when I don't need all my gear. I was looking at the 200 series sling bags before I found the Magnum for a really good price.


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