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Miggo Presents Their Strap & Wrap and their Grip & Wrap GIVEAWAY


Miggo Strap and Wrap and Grip and Wrap Giveaway Exp 3/9

Miggo, is the world’s first multifunctional camera strap that morphs into a stylish protective case!

Miggo, the manufacturer of innovative, protective solutions for carrying cameras, announces that production has begun on the world’s first multipurpose camera straps that transform into a protective case.  Now photo enthusiasts can leave their bulky camera bag at home, but still have a safe and secure way to carry their expensive cameras.  Made from high quality energy-absorbing Neoprene and soft Lycra materials, miggo is offering two versions–Strap & Wrap: a padded strap that allows users to carry their camera around their neck or across their body and then wrap it into a protective carrying case; and Grip & Wrap: a secure and adaptable grip that allows users to carry their cameras with a comfortable strap around the wrist and then morph it into a protective carrying case.  Both Strap & Wrap and Grip & Wrap are available in Mirrorless (CSC) or DSLR specific versions and in seven trendy colors and patterns.

 

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Above is the Strap & Wrap.  The design is extremely effective and efficiently designed.  I hate carrying camera bags and no matter how many I try – I am never happy.  For me I almost never change the lens – once I put one on, that is the one I plan on using for whatever I am doing.  I abide by this practice mostly because I don’t want to carry the extra stuff.  I often just throw a lens in a sock and plop it in my purse.  Not the best solution I know but it is one I have become accustomed to using.

Plus I tend to end up carrying everything my kids don’t want to carry – even without a camera bag I end up looking like a bag lady.

 

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The Strap & Wrap can be worn over the shoulder or around the neck and when not in use – simply wrap it up into its own neoprene case.

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It took me a few minutes to get the hang of the Strap & Wrap but once I did I realized just how remarkable its design is!

 

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The Grip & Wrap is an even more sleek design – the neoprene wraps around your wrist to prevent dropping when shooting.  When not in use simply wrap it up into its own protective neoprene case and carry it however you wish.  In my case that meant throwing it into my backpack or purse…

 

Your camera is connected to each case with the tripod connection spot on your camera.  The size of the “wrap” is determined by your type of camera.  You can still connect your camera to a tripod while the wrap attached to it.

 

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I honestly can’t quite figure out which one I like best.  I like the around your neck style of the Strap & Wrap rather than wrist but once they are wrapped up – I like how sleek the Grip & Wrap is… Guess I will just keep swapping them out til I find a favorite.

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Giveaway

 

One lucky The Stuff of Success reader will win a Miggo Strap & Wrap.  The prize will be sent directly to the winner from the sponsor. Please allow 6-8 weeks for shipping.  The giveaway will run until 03/09/15 at 11:59pm EST.  The winner will be chosen randomly via Giveaway Tools and will be announced on the Giveaway Tool Widget.  Any taxes or other charges that may be part of the prize are the winner’s sole responsibility.  The giveaway is open to United States residents only.  You must be over 18 years of age and you guarantee that you are eligible by entering.  We reserve the right to cancel any giveaway.  No purchase is necessary. One entry per person per household.

 

 

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