Peak Design Leash - Charcoal

The most versatile and quick-connecting camera strap in the world, the all-new Leash packs thoughtful functionality and endless adaptability into an ultra-portable package. Configurable as a sling strap, neck strap, safety tether, and more.

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£29.00
£29.00

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MPN Code
L-BL-3

EAN Code
818373020040

SKU
20283

Peak Design Leash - Charcoal

The most versatile and quick-connecting camera strap in the world, the all-new Leash packs thoughtful functionality and endless adaptability into an ultra-portable package. Configurable as a sling strap, neck strap, safety tether, and more.Easily adjust length with dual aluminum and Hypalon quick-adjusters, designed to operated with just 1 finger. Connects and disconnects quickly using our unique Anchor Link system, and stows easily in your pocket or bag.

 

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    Simple, Yet stylish

    After observing some of the world's greatest photographers use climbing rope and shoelaces to carry their cameras, we saw a need to create a camera strap with maximum utility in a minimalist package. Leash has incredible versatility, and more importantly, zero slop.

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      WHAT IS IN THE BOX:

      1- Leash camera strap - Charcoal

      2- 4mm Hex wrench

      3- 4x anchors (3rd generation thinner Dyneema cords)

      4- Anchor Mount

      5- Microfiber pouch

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Gwynne

Ashby de la Zouch GB bald. overweight. retired. male
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easy to use, great design, robust, lightweight
I really can't think pf anything that can improve it .... perhaps different colours red? Yellow etc.
Confirmed purchase: 14 April 2020
Published on: 24 April 2020
out of 10

Greg

GB GB
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Very clever design. Its the first strap that made me drop my trusted Joby Strap.
Time will tell. for now i cant spot any faults.
Confirmed purchase: 07 April 2020
Published on: 17 April 2020
out of 10

Aaron

Leicestershire GB
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So I’ve found a use for it with the travel tripod and my canon DSLR so I can throw it over my shoulder go for a walk and set it up in 2nd’s to take even photos rather than carrying a bag around makes it a lot quicker.
Nope love it 
Confirmed purchase: 07 April 2020
Published on: 17 April 2020
out of 10

Paul

GB GB
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Does what it us designed for, is good quality and innovative with the use of the peak Design anchors, which means I can use not only on the PD Travel Tripod it came with but on other smallish items when needed, including a small compact digital camera.

Brilliant value as it was a free gift with the PD Travel Tripod.
The ability to shorten the leash is restricted and would be great if it could be shortened even more than it currently allows. Other than that, a great quality product.
Confirmed purchase: 06 April 2020
Published on: 16 April 2020
out of 10

Ross

London GB
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It’s what I was looking for.
My god it’s overpriced.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Confirmed purchase: 07 October 2019
Published on: 21 October 2019
out of 10

Jonathan

Northants GB
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Fantastic quality construction, adjustability, comfort, versatility. -
I have 3 Peak Design straps for my Fuji XT20: I use the Leash for carry-around with small prime lenses, Slide Lite with long telephoto (I found Slide Lite too bulky for everyday use), and Clutch for grab and go from case or shoulder bag. I would say Leash is plenty big enough for mid-length zooms too and so probably the most versatile.
Easy to switch between these using connectors provided.
Highly recommended.
Fairly expensive...but you get what you pay for!

Slight caution needed when strap is in a bag with camera and lenses, as it has metal fixings that could cause damage - have had no issues myself, so just a watch-out.
Confirmed purchase: 17 March 2018
Published on: 27 March 2018

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