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Feb 05, 2010 18:04 |  #1

Have found this one Snapper Duo which I quite like to look of for £39, reminds me of a Domke which I quite fancy but cannot afford. Does anyone have this bag and can you recommend it??

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Feb 05, 2010 19:22 |  #2

Thats a great looking bag!


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Feb 06, 2010 03:13 as a reply to  @ montanawild's post |  #3

I use one for lighter trips and it's fine. It carries a fair bit and I can even squeeze a 15" laptop in the rear compartment. Despite 18 months of abuse, it still looks pretty much as it did the day I got it with no fraying bits or failed stitching. It also has the benefit of not looking too conspicuous if you're heading into potential unfriendly areas.

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Feb 06, 2010 11:11 |  #4

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Thanks, I think I will treat myself to one or get the wife to buy it for me;) I like it because it does not look like a camera/laptop bag and has a bit of character and is good value for money


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Feb 06, 2010 11:53 as a reply to  @ adrian5127's post |  #5

cant comment on the bag itsself but i got the red snapper tripod
this one, from the same company

http://www.aldine.co.u​k …d-283+RSH-12ballhead.html (external link)

its very good, and great value, it came with a carry bag that is very good quality
all for £99
the bag you arer showing is off the same company, so i would guess it should be ok,
this site and its products are getting very good write ups on other uk forums, and there customer services are also very good. and delivery was fast
may look at that one myself
need a bag smaller than my big tamrac one but bigger than my existing shoulder one


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