En oferta

Cobertor de lluvia de emergencia - Pequeño

SKU: 740618

50 reviews
Precio de oferta

$38.75

Precio habitual $32.94
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Nunca dejes que el mal tiempo te pille desprevenido. Las cubiertas de lluvia de emergencia son una solución simple y compacta para proteger su equipo de un aguacero o condiciones polvorientas.

CARACTERÍSTICAS CLAVE:

  • Costuras selladas para una protección extrema en condiciones de lluvia o polvo
  • Se comprime en una bolsa de transporte compacta incluida
  • Ventana de gran tamaño para ver la pantalla LCD y los controles

ENVÍO GRATIS DISPONIBLE EN LOS EE. UU.

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LB
12/25/2022
Lorenzo B.
United States United States

I love Think Tank products! Rain cover for camera is essential.

I have two of the rain covers for different cameras and lenses. Will be using them when shooting New Year’s Eve in Times Square when it ALWAYS rains.

JC
12/16/2022
Jason C.
United States United States

saved me in the rain

Love this product. has saved me in the rain more than once.

CP
11/26/2022
Casey P.
United States United States

Great product

Easy to use, kept my gear nice and dry

WR
07/15/2022
wayne r.
United States United States

Think Tank in severe rain

I was in Alaska and we had 12" of rain in 3 days. Obviously, hard to keep any water off the camera even with the cover, but didn't contemplate condensation under the clear shield.

MF
01/08/2022
margaret f.
United States United States

I don’t take chances with rain

I could easily compare quality of construction between Think Tank cover and the similar styles on Amazon. Think Tank seams were tighter, and the material was thicker. These features are a no-brainer for someone like me who works in the rainforests of Washington State and Vancouver Island, British Columbia.