Benro introduces Cool Walker line of camera bags in the UK
Benro has announced a new 'Cool Walker' line of camera bags through its UK distributor, Kenro. According to the press release, the Cool Walker line is aimed at travel and sports photographers, and includes thirteen variants of backpacks, shoulder and zoom bags. The smallest bag in the line can carry one SLR and a lens, while the largest is designed to carry two SLRs, eight lenses, two flashguns and a 15" laptop.
The Cool Walker backpacks range from £101.94 to £154.20, shoulder bags are priced between £37.80 to £47.40 and the zoom bags start at £36.60 to £57. All UK prices include VAT. U.S. and Euro pricing/availability has yet to be confirmed.
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|Cool Walker range of modern shoulder bags come in three sizes: the smallest size being able to fit one SLR and one lens, to the largest size fitting one SLR, two lenses and one flash|
April 16, 2013: Kenro, the official UK and Ireland distributor for the acclaimed Benro range of photographic accessories, has announced the launch of a new range of Benro camera bags.
Specifically designed to meet the needs of the travel and sports photographer, the new 'Cool Walker' range consists of 13 variants of backpacks, shoulder bags and zoom bags and made with high quality construction to provide the best protection for photographic equipment.
The Cool Walker Backpack is available in six sizes, the smallest being able to carry one SLR, two lenses and one flash and the largest designed to carry two SLRs, six or eight lenses, two flashes and a 15 inch laptop. Its ergonomic harness system is designed for maximum ventilation to provide optimum comfort and reduce uneven heavy loading, meaning photographers need not be concerned about any problematic back pain that may occur through carrying heavy equipment for long periods of time.
For maximum convenience, Benro has added a side pocket which provides'instant access' to camera gear located inside the backpack, meaning photographers need never miss a photo opportunity whilst rummaging through their kit bag. The front pocket can store a mobile phone, cloths, cables and other small accessories whilst the front compartment is ideal for storing chargers, cleaning equipment and other accessories.
Also available within the Cool Walker range are a choice of modern shoulder bags which come in three convenient sizes; the smallest size being able to fit one SLR and one lens, to the largest size fitting one SLR, two lenses and one flash. Photographers can also be assured that their gear will be protected through the bags substantial padding and compact compartments whilst attaining utmost comfort through its tough shoulder strap.
Cool Walker zoom bags have been specifically designed to meet the needs of the photographer who wants to carry minimal equipment whilst not compromising on quality or protection. There are four sizes of the zoom bag available within the range, the smallest being able to carry one SLR and one lens, and its largest size which allows the photographer to carry one SLR with battery grip and one lens (70-200) f2.8 conveniently in one compact and portable bag.
Paul Kench, managing director of Kenro, made this comment: "Benro are renowned for their excellent range of tripods and monopods and I'm delighted the build quality and attention to detail that makes their tripods so good is evident in their new selection of camera bags. Photographers invest considerable sums in their equipment and it deserves to be well looked after and protected - the Cool Walker range is the ideal way to keep your kit, and your back, safe.'
The Cool Walker Backpack's SRP (including VAT) ranges from £101.94 to £154.20, the Cool Walker shoulder bags are priced between £37.80 to £47.40 and the Cool Walker zoom bag starts at £36.60, rising to £57. Initial stock available now for smaller sizes with the full range available in May 2013.
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