This time around they are allowing you to add some “flair” to your well built Thinktank photo camera bag.
So how would I give my bag some “flair”? For one, I would use the flair to match my brand. So for photographySILO my colors are red and black. I just need to add the red flair and I am set.
Check out the official press release below:
Photographers Can Customize Their Rolling Camera Bags With
Think Tank Photo’s “Roller Flair” Kit
Santa Rosa, Calif. – In his autobiography, Henry Ford famously wrote, “Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black.” Visit any major sporting event and the press area is filled with one black roller bag after another. To alleviate the tonal monotony and to add personal character, Think Tank Photo announces its new “Roller Flair” customization kit. With this kit, owners of Think Tank rollers can outfit their wheels, ties, and handle wraps in one of four vibrant colors: blue, green, orange and red.
Each Roller Flair kit includes the following color-matched items: two wheels; 10 Easy Grip Zipper Pulls; one padded Handle Wrap; and an Installation Guide.
Think Tank roller bags are known for having the best wheels. They use a custom rubber compound for smooth, quiet rolling while also increasing longevity. Think Tank only uses ABEC-5 sealed bearings to ensure smooth rolling even after years of hard use. Now users can personalize their rollers and enjoy free shipping on all orders.
“I’m a Los Angeles Dodgers fan, so my rollers now feature bright blue wheels, ties and handle wraps,” said the program’s innovator Bryan Covarrubias. “We live in a time when customization is king, so why not pimp our rolling camera bags to fit who we are and to make them stand out from the crowd.”
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About Think Tank Photo
Headquartered in Santa Rosa, California, Think Tank Photo is a group of designers and professional photographers focused on studying how photographers work and developing inventive new carrying solutions that meet their needs. They are dedicated to using only the highest quality materials and design principles, and employing materials that are environmentally benign.