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Pearstone Onyx 60 Lens Case

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1 3,405 Mon January 2, 2012
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Pearstone Onyx 60 Lens Case

Pearstone Onyx 60 Lens Case
Pearstone Onyx 60 Lens Case

The Pearstone Onyx 60 Lens Case (Black) is designed to carry a typical SLR lens. It is made from weather-resistant 600 denier ballistic nylon, with protective interior padding. The case uses self-healing, weather-resistant zippers with positive grip pull tabs to provide easy access. It has a double-zippered lid with an inside mesh accessory pocket. The case can be carried by a double touch belt loop and two webbed eyelet loops for an optional shoulder strap.


Heavy-duty, weather-resistant 600 denier ballistic nylon
Protective interior padding
Velveteen lining

Self-healing, weather-resistant zippers with positive-grip pulls

Mesh pocket inside lid

Carrying options

Rear double touch belt loop
Two webbed eyelet loops for optional shoulder strap

Material Exterior: 600 denier weather-resistant ballistic nylon
Interior: Velveteen lined
Interior: EPE foam
Type of Closure Self-healing, weather-resistant zippers with positive-grip pulls
Exterior Dimensions 4.9 x 4.5 x 7.9" (12.5 x 11.5 x 20cm) (WxDxH)
Interior Dimensions 4.5 x 3.9 x 6.9" (11.5 x 10 x 17.5cm) (WxDxH)
Carrying/Transport Options Belt loop
Weight 5.7 oz (161g) 1

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Review Date: January 2, 2012 I can recommend this item: Yes | Price: $15.95 | Rating: 10 

Pros: Well made
Cons: Black only

The Pearstone Onyx 60 is made so similar to the Lowe Pro lens cases that it would qualify as a knockoff. It has all of the same attachment points as the Lowe Pro Lens Case 1, that I have. For me the main attachment point being the highly secure belt attachment that hold the case tightly to your belt and body, no flopping around like some attachments.

The main reason I bought this case was to hold my Tamron 10-24 with it's extra wide hood attached, which it does. The only problem there, and not a fault of the case, is that the rear of the lens can move a little since it is at least an inch in diameter less that the hood. I will probably add a little padding from a bag so the lens fit snug with the rear going in first. Edit 10/2/2012 - This case has held up well with a lot of use, I did add a couple of small lens bag pads inside since the hood of the Tamron has such a larger diameter than the lens barrel. That works great. I don't know of another case that would fit the Tamron 10-24 in the price range.

I have not had this case long enough to know if it will hold up as well as the Lowe Pro, although I see no reason that it won't. I have only had it attached to my belt once so far, for about eight hours with no problem.
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