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(based on 5 ratings)
Brand: Quantaray
Located in: Gadget Bags
  • Rugged Construction
  • 3-External compartments for easy access
  • Built-in pouches for Filters and Accessories
  • Movable Inserts allow for Unlimited Storage Possibilities
  • Built-in Tripod Straps
  • Solid Bottom for Durability

Review Snapshot®
Avg. Customer Rating:
 
4.2 stars
(based on 5 reviews)
100% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:

Pros:
Easily accessible equipment(3), Strong construction(3), Well padded(3)
Best Uses:
Protecting gear(4), Storing gear(4), Transporting gear(4)
 
Hands down the best bag for the money
By boo-booVerified Purchaser from San Antonio, TX on 2/15/2009
Pros:
Easily Accessible Equipment, Great Design, Well Padded
Best Uses:
Daily Usage, Protecting Gear
Describe Yourself:
Photo Enthusiast
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Quantaray Quantaray QPBL Pro Series X-Large Gadget Bag:

Huge amount of space for a relatively very cheap price. I use the product to carry an protect a large number of cameras and lenses in my car.

 
Not Bad for the Money
By Don G.Verified Purchaser from Detroit, MI on 8/25/2008
Pros:
Large Capacity, Value
Cons:
Not enough pockets, Not Stellar Build Quality
Best Uses:
Storing Gear, Transporting Gear
Describe Yourself:
Professional
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Quantaray Quantaray QPBL Pro Series X-Large Gadget Bag:

This is not a bad bag for the money but it lacks what all good bags have, and that's lots of extra storage compartments. There is a real shortage of cubby holes to store do-dads like cables, batteries, flash cards and the like. The storage capacity however is very good for a bag in this price range. There's room for two pro bodies and a good assortment of lenses (but no compartment for a laptop). This is a large bag. Keep in mind that if you should fill it with gear, it will be quite heavy so it's not something that you will be carring while hiking. Build quality and hardware is OK, but not up to the standards of better bags. Stiching however is very even.FWIW, I took a bit of a chance ordering this bag because Ritz has the wrong model number listed (correct model is QPBX not QPBL), but I figured I ordered the correct bag by the [$] price.Bottom line: If you need a large capacity bag and can do without the extras found in better (and pricier) bags, this is a good buy.

[2 of 2 customers found this review helpful]

 
A
By Tom TerrificVerified Purchaser from North Augusta, SC on 7/28/2008
Pros:
Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Strong Construction
Cons:
Useless dividers
Best Uses:
Protecting Gear, Storing Gear, Transporting Gear
Describe Yourself:
Hobbyist/Enthusiast
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Quantaray Quantaray QPBL Pro Series X-Large Gadget Bag:

Outgrew this cases' smaller brother. Wanted case to hold (most) of my camera gear with easy access at home and when on the road. This case is NOT to hang on your shoulder while you take pictures, but to make what you need readily available at your photo site. The first thing I did was removed all provided dividers - really not in tune with today's large diameter lenses and gear. Bought Billingham dividers in diameters to suit my lenses and form a compartment for Nikon D300 with 24-70mm lens attached. (I think Billingham had this case in mind when they sized their dividers - a perfect fit in this case!)

It works well for this use. When travelling (by car) take this case along and a small Tamarac case with camera, second lens, and SB800 flash to walk around with. If I need anything else, it's back to my "warehouse" (this case.) This may be my home, car, church or other photo site, or motel room I'm in.

Usual equipment in case:
- Nikon D300 with 24-70mm Attached.
- Nikon 14-24mm, 17-55mm, and 18-200mm lenses.
- Nikon SB800 flash, SB400 flash
- battery charger, spare battery, cleaning kit, lady's hair bonnet (in case of rain - for the camera/lens - not me!), L-bracket, spare CF cards, flashlight (for when it's dark and working out of SUV backend.)

 
Excellent Bag for the Money
By RoofMonkey from TampaBay, Florida on 10/18/2007
Pros:
Low key look, Shoulder strap design, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Cons:
Cumbersome, Heavy when loaded
Best Uses:
Protecting Gear, Storing Gear, Transporting Gear
Describe Yourself:
Hobbyist/Enthusiast
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Quantaray Quantaray QPBL Pro Series X-Large Gadget Bag:

This is a good to excellent bag for the $$. One very nice feature is the curved shoulder strap. It matches the normal curvature of the neck/shoulder which is more comfortable than the normal straps found on most bags. The only disadvantage (if you want to call it that) I have found is that the bag will get very heavy because you can load so much in it. This bag has a ton of room and you will load it up with all your "goodies"! One other slight con is the front storage flap. The lip could be a little larger as it tends to be hard to secure with the velcro tabs when it's packed. Maybe a second set of quick clips would offer better security for the front area, but that's something the enduser could do on their own.

[2 of 2 customers found this review helpful]

 
Tough as it gets.
By Tom the Shutterbug from Wilmington, DE on 1/19/2007
Pros:
Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Lightweight, Nicely Organized, Stores A Lot, Stores Easily, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Cons:
Only Comes in Black
Best Uses:
Low Key For Thieves, Protecting Gear, Storing Gear, Transporting Gear

Comments about Quantaray Quantaray QPBL Pro Series X-Large Gadget Bag:

Less cumbersome than a backpack and roomier than most standards with quicker access and easier storage in a car trunk or home closet. Exceptionally well padded and organized with lots of compact space. Easily stores two SLR bodies and related accessories. Generous overlaps with velcro for water and dust resistance. Ballistic nylon material for utmost security. Everything I wanted for life keeping except no locks, but this should not be a problem to solve. Comes in black only with padded carrying straps and tripod attachment.

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