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Ilse Jurri├źn : September 4th 2006 - 19:07 CET

Crumpler cases for photographic devices


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Circuit CityCrumpler cases for photographic devices : Circuit City Stores Inc., one of the nation's leading providers of consumer electronics, now stock a specialized range of colourful Crumpler cases and pouches for housing and protecting photographic devices. From its origins producing durable and visible messenger bags in Melbourne, Australia 10 years ago, Crumpler has developed a reputation for high quality, innovative bags and cases with creative product names. The Circuit City collection will include the 2 and 4 Million Dollar Home camera cases, Thirsty Al pouches and The Bundle camera bags. The playful names may be deceiving, as these super-tough bags are made to withstand the elements, both natural and threats of a more human kind.
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Crumpler's bright camera cases have gained notoriety for not looking like they are hiding precious equipment. The selection of Crumpler bags found in Circuit City stores will feature some of Crumpler's most popular smaller items in a range of colours and sizes. The Million Dollar Home series of padded, configurable camera bags features a water resistant 1000D nylon shell and 420D ripstop nylon lining, zipped mesh pockets, clip and Velcro release flap and an adjustable, removable shoulder strap.

Circuit City Crumpler camera bag
The low-profile Bundle pouch provides a protective environment for basic photo and video equipment. It features a fully padded main compartment, front zip pocket with internal card/accessory pockets under the clip and Velcro release flap, removable and adjustable main strap and Velcro release belt loop. The versatile Thirsty Al pouch, featuring a 1000D nylon base and neoprene body, is excellent for housing everything from mobile phones, MP3 players and ultra compact digital cameras to Dictaphones. "This is a great opportunity for Crumpler to sell our smaller camera bag selection where customers are purchasing point and shoot and compact DSLR cameras," said Crumpler El president Lindsay Cousley.

About Crumpler
Crumpler was created by three bike messengers, Dave Roper, Will Miller and Stuart Crumpler in Melbourne Australia in 1995 in response to a need for durable and visible bags that was not being met. Looking to branch into other markets, Crumpler began designing bags for laptops, photo and video equipment and all kinds of e-vices. Crumpler bags are available at their retail stores.





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