Think Tank Photo Outlet Center launches with discounted goods
Think Tank Photo has launched a new online Outlet Center offering discounted camera bags. These items, as is sometimes the case with outlet stores, are new products that may for one reason or another lack their original packing material and/or their sales tags. The Outlet Center currently lists 16 bags, though no doubt the number will fluctuate based on inventory. Price reductions are steep, and include the Shape Shifter bag, originally priced at $264.75, for $149.75.
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