Originally, I was worried about purchasing something from Canada... with customs and all.... but I’m pleased to say, I got my bag pretty quickly without a hitch! And.... NO DAMAGES during shipping! Thanks to the substantial box it shipped in. This case rocks! Tons of room and customization abilities! There were more dividers than I needed and they were beefy and very practical. This case is built solid! The zippers, reinforced stitching, and quality material makes me feel like U’m gonna have this case for a long time. Love the rigid sides. Seriously.... if you need a great gear case, buy this thing. You’ll dig it!!
I wasn't sure if this would meet the expectations set by the reviews, but it certainly does. My only problem is I don't yet own all the lights I plan to put in it. There's so much space! I knew I wanted a bag that I'd eventually fill as I acquired more gear. For now it's just 1 Digibee, 1 Vagabond Mini, 1 Godox speedlight, some Mag Mod parts, and a bunch of odds and ends (clamp, tennis ball, baby pin, spigots, transceiver/transponder/receiver, all the various cables. That fills... about a third of the bag so far? I'm mostly curious to see if the upcoming Paul C Buff Link fits in this thing standing up. We shall see. While I considered the larger wheeling bags, for now, I decided to keep a separate stand bag and my camera backpack. If I need to load up a lot of gear, I'd rather use a multicart than wheel around a giant tank of a bag anyway. My stand bag is a Think Tank bag, and I also own a Think Tank camera holster for travel, and I have to say, the quality of the StrobePro traveler gear bag is comparable, except Think Tank would probably charge you an extra hundred for the same bag, easily. They also don't make anything quite like this bag in terms of the profile: a tall rectangular bag just for your flash heads, with sturdy walls. They give you lots of dividers, though I kind of wish there was a divider sized between the small and the medium (7" from velcro to velcro to bridge the width of the bag, but narrow) to make vertical layering easier. Still, it's great. I'm shocked there aren't more bags out there like this one. I highly recommend this bag, and I look forward to putting it to good use!
It’s still a bit new and have only taken it in 1 job so far, but it worked as expected. Won’t know how well it holds up for a while.
Like how it’s ‘tall’/high so you can easily store strobe and flash (i.e. AD200). Very sturdy, with good padding all around and good amount of room. Ex. I am carrying Godox SL60W, 2 AD200, 1 double bracket for AD200, 1 S2 bracket (flash head holder), 1 reflector for AD200, reflector for Sl60W, chargers for AD200, barn door kit for SL60W, and all the cables and small stuff, and still have a little room to spare.
Great upgrade to my last bag. Able to fit all my equipment minus stands in it. Makes for quick trips from my car to the studio.