• Unique Design Lens Cap Bundle, 3 Pcs 72mm Center Pinch Lens Cap and Cap Keeper Leash for Canon Nikon Sony DSLR Camera + Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
  • Unique Design Lens Cap Bundle, 3 Pcs 72mm Center Pinch Lens Cap and Cap Keeper Leash for Canon Nikon Sony DSLR Camera + Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
  • Unique Design Lens Cap Bundle, 3 Pcs 72mm Center Pinch Lens Cap and Cap Keeper Leash for Canon Nikon Sony DSLR Camera + Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
  • Unique Design Lens Cap Bundle, 3 Pcs 72mm Center Pinch Lens Cap and Cap Keeper Leash for Canon Nikon Sony DSLR Camera + Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
  • Unique Design Lens Cap Bundle, 3 Pcs 72mm Center Pinch Lens Cap and Cap Keeper Leash for Canon Nikon Sony DSLR Camera + Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
  • Unique Design Lens Cap Bundle, 3 Pcs 72mm Center Pinch Lens Cap and Cap Keeper Leash for Canon Nikon Sony DSLR Camera + Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
  • Unique Design Lens Cap Bundle, 3 Pcs 72mm Center Pinch Lens Cap and Cap Keeper Leash for Canon Nikon Sony DSLR Camera + Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
Unique Design Lens Cap Bundle, 3 Pcs 72mm Center Pinch Lens Cap and Cap Keeper Leash for Canon Nikon Sony DSLR Camera + Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
Unique Design Lens Cap Bundle, 3 Pcs 72mm Center Pinch Lens Cap and Cap Keeper Leash for Canon Nikon Sony DSLR Camera + Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
Unique Design Lens Cap Bundle, 3 Pcs 72mm Center Pinch Lens Cap and Cap Keeper Leash for Canon Nikon Sony DSLR Camera + Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
Unique Design Lens Cap Bundle, 3 Pcs 72mm Center Pinch Lens Cap and Cap Keeper Leash for Canon Nikon Sony DSLR Camera + Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
Unique Design Lens Cap Bundle, 3 Pcs 72mm Center Pinch Lens Cap and Cap Keeper Leash for Canon Nikon Sony DSLR Camera + Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
Unique Design Lens Cap Bundle, 3 Pcs 72mm Center Pinch Lens Cap and Cap Keeper Leash for Canon Nikon Sony DSLR Camera + Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
Unique Design Lens Cap Bundle, 3 Pcs 72mm Center Pinch Lens Cap and Cap Keeper Leash for Canon Nikon Sony DSLR Camera + Microfiber Cleaning Cloth

Unique Design Lens Cap Bundle, 3 Pcs 72mm Center Pinch Lens Cap and Cap Keeper Leash for Canon Nikon Sony DSLR Camera + Microfiber Cleaning Cloth

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  • Special design lens cap that keeps lens 100% sealed when mounted even there's a hole on it for cap keeper leash. πŸ‘‰πŸ‘‰πŸ‘‰IMPORTANT: Please find your lens thread size on your camera lens front following by symbol '' to choose the CORRECT SIZE. Check NO.3 product image to find the most used lens size.
  • Lens cap leash is neatly attached in cap hole instead of other ugly and easily fall off front adhesive tab lens holder.
  • Snap-on center pinch design allows easy attachment and removal, even with a lens hood in place.
  • Truely premium quality lens cap bundle to protect your lens from water, dust, scratches and losses. Ideal universal replacement lens cover for Canon, Nikon, Sony etc DSLR cameras.
  • Free premium quality microfiber cleaning cloth 6x7" included. πŸ‘‰πŸ‘‰πŸ‘‰ TIPS: 1) Cap keeper leashes are not attached on lens cover default. 2) For Canon 18-55mm lens please choose 58mm size, for Nikon 18-55mm lens please choose 52mm or 55mm size. Back with waka's 30 days NO QUESTION ASKED money back guaranteed and 12 months 100% Satisfaction Guarantee warranty. Buy with confidence.

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Good quality, easy to setup with included tool Very good. It came with a tool (similar to a sim removal tool which comes with mobile phones) and threading the strings through the lens cap was super easy with the tool. It took me about 10-15 seconds to get the strings attached to the lenscaps.Just insert the string from top hole on the lenscap and using the SIM tool pull the string out from the bottom hole in the lens cap.Overall nice design and the strings are stretchable enough to fit on my telephoto lens (Nikon 18-300) with the lens fully zoomed out. I deducted one star because one of the lenscap's release mechanism (internal spring) was noisy. I feel the Nikon OEM lenscap is of marginally better quality with smoother and silent release mechanism. But for the price and design convenience this lenscap bundle is very good. I don't have to worry about loosing my lenscap anymore or fiddle with the glue coming off from the other type of lenscap strings in the market. 455 mm lens cap and keepers These are not the "sticky" type, I actually have to push the cord through a tiny hole (use a pointed tweezers) then wrap through the bar and the elastic attaches around my lens. These are the best thing for not losing the lens cap! Nothing to come unstuck-- ever! They fit my Nikon D3300 perfectly and I never have to worry about finding it. Great quality too! Highly recommend! 5High quality leash and comes with tool to attach it. I just purchased an old camera kit with three lenses - no caps. The lenses are all different diameters, so I had to purchase three separate lens cap packs. I ended up going with three different companies, so I could compare and contrast. This one was the best of the three by far.For the 58mm lens I bought a set by Altura. This came with the leashes already threaded, which was a big bonus, but the threading was simply a very thin elastic cord that I then had to figure out how to wrap around my lens (and stay there). After I figured it out (sort of), I looked in the bag and also found a package of stick on leashes. Am I supposed to use these too? Instead of the other leashes? I m confused.The 55mm lens caps I ordered were surprising in that they said Nikon on them (they were not sold by Nikon). The leash was also just an thin elastic string that was not attached, and wasn t even tied!That left this one, the 52mm Waka caps. Yes, attaching the leash took some effort, and like another customer, I ended up having the elastic come through the cover on one of the leashes (I only needed one, so I just switched it out and started again). What I wish they had stated on the instructions is that there is a tool in the box to help with the installation. I didn t know it was in there, and didn t even know to look for it. Anyway, the leash on these caps is a considerably better quality than on the other two sets I purchased. It is not just a string, but a wide stretchy band that fits nicely over my lens, and stays on it securely.I will be purchasing this brand for my other lenses as well. 5Perfect! Need a pair of pointed tweezers & you're good to go. I LOVE these! I had the lens keeper that sticks on but it came unstuck and I almost lost my lens cover. I like being able to pop it off and let it drop without having to find a pocket to stash it in. I got it threaded on the first attempt: Thread the doubled thin strap into the little round hole on the top of the lens cap. Use a pair of pointed tweezers to grasp the thin cord through the rectangular opening on the edge of the cap below the small round hole. Pull the thin cord out a couple of inches and thread the larger end through the thin cord. Pull it snug and attach to your camera or camera strap. 5Very satisfied Received my lens cap order two days before it was promised which is great. As the other reviewers mentioned it is a bit tricky getting the strap fed through the tiny hole on the lens cap. I followed the suggestions of other reviewers & used a piece of dental floss ... first feeding the floss through the teeny-weeny hole & attaching it to the strap cord, then pulling the strap cord back through. I still needed to use the point of a safety pin to help push it through the little hole & then it went through fine & was able to loop it through itself & attach the cap to my lens which fit perfectly. If attaching the strap to the lens cap was a bit easier, I would have given it 5 stars. 4Physically impossible to get the string through the hole successfully - But seller is making it right. The stings and caps are a mismatch...and a Dremel tool will not save the day.Unfortunately, the provided strings DO NOT fit through the hole molded into the (52mm in this case) caps. If you manage to begin passage of the string into the hole, you will quickly discover that the hole is so tight as to remove the braided nylon from the enclosed fishing line material, thus rendering the string as a fishing line only solution. Using a caliper to measure, it is clear that the hole needs to be at least 1mm greater in diameter to have even a chance of passing through. Unfortunately, I attempted to enlarge the hole by just over one millimeter using a Dremel tool, which breaks the lens cover entirely (because there is not enough "meat" in the part itself). Trust me, I was a manufacturing engineer in a lab environment for decades.Sadly, the caps themselves are good, as are the strings, but they are a incompatible with each other. The manufacturer must surely know these do not work together. I could not return these because of the mods I tried.UPDATE: The seller has kindly offered to send replacements, with the strings inserted prior to shipment. Because of this unsolicited offer, I feel the review should be changed from 2 stars to 4 stars. 4Great value, teeny tiny hole. Requires some ingenuity. Before I made my purchase, I looked at the reviews on this product. Many people complain about the teeny tiny little hole with which to string through the connecting wristband. Taking that information into consideration I started initially with a floss threader that I use for my Bridge. What I found work was threading the loop end of the threader through the small hole and digging it out with a safety pin. The loop would often get caught in the needle end of the safety pin, and would come through quite quickly. I would then Loop the thread end of the wristband threw the floss threader and pull it through the hole. Then I would unloop them from each other and loop the wristband end through the thread end. The process went very quickly, once I figured it out. If you so, I would think that you could also use one of the metal gauges that you use for threading a needle to do the same thing. The caps fit very nicely on my lenses, and the quality seems good. So, yes, threading it is a bit of a PUTA, but that should not prevent you from purchasing it anyway, particularly now that you have simple instructions on what to use and how to do it. 5At Least As Good As Expected. Preferred Over Types With Stick On Disk. Not So Hard To Thread Cord Through The Cap. I just received this and set one up. I did not find attaching the cord, which loops through 2 holes at the side, very difficult. You stick it in the small hole and then snag it (where it is showing in a slot) with the small provided tool (like a paper clip opened) or a pin and pull it out the slot on the side. Then pull the long part through the loop so the cord is looped onto the side of the cap. The hole and slot are both exterior, so these openings can not allow dust inside and do not need sealing.The elastic fits my kit 15-45mm zoom basic lens fine. The (49mm) cap clips into my Canon M50 B&W UV filter just fine, nearly as easily as the original Canon cap. I like this design as the ones with a stick on disk bothered me for the smallish 49mm cap as (1) I thought it would not stick well onto the raised Canon letters and (2) I thought the disk might tend to get into the way of gripping the clips to remove / replace the (small) lens cap. I'd say that at $2.33 each, with a free lens cloth, it is worth trying.Mine included all the promised parts and had instructions on the box. The instructions said to use a ball point pen or pin if needed. A pen would be too fat, but the included part or needle would work fine. I just ordered a 52mm set for my 55-200mm kit lens.Since 3 are provided, I'm thinking of tying one into my Canon cap by drilling a couple of small holes into it. 5Better than OEM. The center-pinch lens cap to my 18-55 mm lens, standard with Nikon's entry-level D3400, quickly lost its "springiness" and would not reliably attach to the lens. Waka's version seems to have more "oomph" and, I hope, will last longer. It comes with a leash (which Nikon's version did not). Since I quickly misplaced Nikon's, I now regard the leash as essential to lens caps. Waka provides a metal tool, needle-shaped, to help with leash attachment that's similar to the tool used with some smartphones to open the tray containing the SD and SIM cards. (I suspect that smartphone tool could be used instead of Waka's.) Waka suggests that you use the tool to insert the loop end of the leash into the tiny hole and then use it to pull the loop through the slot. The hole is indeed tiny and, at first, this looks impossible. But in fact, the tool works well to push the loop through the hole and, once in, it's relatively easy to use it again to draw it out through the slot. Simply be brave of heart! 5Mostly satisfied I was excited to receive this because I ve always hated how I have to keep up with my lense cover and this looked like the perfect solution (thumbs down to Nikon for their covers not having leashes!) I just received this today so this is first impression. The cover seems to be of good quality. Doesn t feel flimsy and does seem sturdy. The leash was a little difficult to get through the hole. The box states a pen will work but the whole is not large enough for a pen. I had to use an earring stud to pull the string through. But as you can see in my picture, the fabric that covers the plastic wire does not hold up to it being threat through. I made sure I did not puncture it with my earring stud, it was strictly from it being threaded through. This product comes with 3 covers and 3 leashes. This fabric issue happened on 2/3 of the leashes. I m not going to give it a bad rating based on that because the plastic wire does seem sturdy enough to keep hold so I m just going to leave it as is. I do wish they would make the fabric more sturdy. But overall, I think this product is going to be exactly what I need. Will update in the future if anything changes as far as holding up and/or product quality! 4
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Good quality, easy to setup with included tool Very good. It came with a tool (similar to a sim removal tool which comes with mobile phones) and threading the strings through the lens cap was super easy with the tool. It took me about 10-15 seconds to get the strings attached to the lenscaps.Just insert the string from top hole on the lenscap and using the SIM tool pull the string out from the bottom hole in the lens cap.Overall nice design and the strings are stretchable enough to fit on my telephoto lens (Nikon 18-300) with the lens fully zoomed out. I deducted one star because one of the lenscap's release mechanism (internal spring) was noisy. I feel the Nikon OEM lenscap is of marginally better quality with smoother and silent release mechanism. But for the price and design convenience this lenscap bundle is very good. I don't have to worry about loosing my lenscap anymore or fiddle with the glue coming off from the other type of lenscap strings in the market. 455 mm lens cap and keepers These are not the "sticky" type, I actually have to push the cord through a tiny hole (use a pointed tweezers) then wrap through the bar and the elastic attaches around my lens. These are the best thing for not losing the lens cap! Nothing to come unstuck-- ever! They fit my Nikon D3300 perfectly and I never have to worry about finding it. Great quality too! Highly recommend! 5High quality leash and comes with tool to attach it. I just purchased an old camera kit with three lenses - no caps. The lenses are all different diameters, so I had to purchase three separate lens cap packs. I ended up going with three different companies, so I could compare and contrast. This one was the best of the three by far.For the 58mm lens I bought a set by Altura. This came with the leashes already threaded, which was a big bonus, but the threading was simply a very thin elastic cord that I then had to figure out how to wrap around my lens (and stay there). After I figured it out (sort of), I looked in the bag and also found a package of stick on leashes. Am I supposed to use these too? Instead of the other leashes? I m confused.The 55mm lens caps I ordered were surprising in that they said Nikon on them (they were not sold by Nikon). The leash was also just an thin elastic string that was not attached, and wasn t even tied!That left this one, the 52mm Waka caps. Yes, attaching the leash took some effort, and like another customer, I ended up having the elastic come through the cover on one of the leashes (I only needed one, so I just switched it out and started again). What I wish they had stated on the instructions is that there is a tool in the box to help with the installation. I didn t know it was in there, and didn t even know to look for it. Anyway, the leash on these caps is a considerably better quality than on the other two sets I purchased. It is not just a string, but a wide stretchy band that fits nicely over my lens, and stays on it securely.I will be purchasing this brand for my other lenses as well. 5Perfect! Need a pair of pointed tweezers & you're good to go. I LOVE these! I had the lens keeper that sticks on but it came unstuck and I almost lost my lens cover. I like being able to pop it off and let it drop without having to find a pocket to stash it in. I got it threaded on the first attempt: Thread the doubled thin strap into the little round hole on the top of the lens cap. Use a pair of pointed tweezers to grasp the thin cord through the rectangular opening on the edge of the cap below the small round hole. Pull the thin cord out a couple of inches and thread the larger end through the thin cord. Pull it snug and attach to your camera or camera strap. 5Very satisfied Received my lens cap order two days before it was promised which is great. As the other reviewers mentioned it is a bit tricky getting the strap fed through the tiny hole on the lens cap. I followed the suggestions of other reviewers & used a piece of dental floss ... first feeding the floss through the teeny-weeny hole & attaching it to the strap cord, then pulling the strap cord back through. I still needed to use the point of a safety pin to help push it through the little hole & then it went through fine & was able to loop it through itself & attach the cap to my lens which fit perfectly. If attaching the strap to the lens cap was a bit easier, I would have given it 5 stars. 4Physically impossible to get the string through the hole successfully - But seller is making it right. The stings and caps are a mismatch...and a Dremel tool will not save the day.Unfortunately, the provided strings DO NOT fit through the hole molded into the (52mm in this case) caps. If you manage to begin passage of the string into the hole, you will quickly discover that the hole is so tight as to remove the braided nylon from the enclosed fishing line material, thus rendering the string as a fishing line only solution. Using a caliper to measure, it is clear that the hole needs to be at least 1mm greater in diameter to have even a chance of passing through. Unfortunately, I attempted to enlarge the hole by just over one millimeter using a Dremel tool, which breaks the lens cover entirely (because there is not enough "meat" in the part itself). Trust me, I was a manufacturing engineer in a lab environment for decades.Sadly, the caps themselves are good, as are the strings, but they are a incompatible with each other. The manufacturer must surely know these do not work together. I could not return these because of the mods I tried.UPDATE: The seller has kindly offered to send replacements, with the strings inserted prior to shipment. Because of this unsolicited offer, I feel the review should be changed from 2 stars to 4 stars. 4Great value, teeny tiny hole. Requires some ingenuity. Before I made my purchase, I looked at the reviews on this product. Many people complain about the teeny tiny little hole with which to string through the connecting wristband. Taking that information into consideration I started initially with a floss threader that I use for my Bridge. What I found work was threading the loop end of the threader through the small hole and digging it out with a safety pin. The loop would often get caught in the needle end of the safety pin, and would come through quite quickly. I would then Loop the thread end of the wristband threw the floss threader and pull it through the hole. Then I would unloop them from each other and loop the wristband end through the thread end. The process went very quickly, once I figured it out. If you so, I would think that you could also use one of the metal gauges that you use for threading a needle to do the same thing. The caps fit very nicely on my lenses, and the quality seems good. So, yes, threading it is a bit of a PUTA, but that should not prevent you from purchasing it anyway, particularly now that you have simple instructions on what to use and how to do it. 5At Least As Good As Expected. Preferred Over Types With Stick On Disk. Not So Hard To Thread Cord Through The Cap. I just received this and set one up. I did not find attaching the cord, which loops through 2 holes at the side, very difficult. You stick it in the small hole and then snag it (where it is showing in a slot) with the small provided tool (like a paper clip opened) or a pin and pull it out the slot on the side. Then pull the long part through the loop so the cord is looped onto the side of the cap. The hole and slot are both exterior, so these openings can not allow dust inside and do not need sealing.The elastic fits my kit 15-45mm zoom basic lens fine. The (49mm) cap clips into my Canon M50 B&W UV filter just fine, nearly as easily as the original Canon cap. I like this design as the ones with a stick on disk bothered me for the smallish 49mm cap as (1) I thought it would not stick well onto the raised Canon letters and (2) I thought the disk might tend to get into the way of gripping the clips to remove / replace the (small) lens cap. I'd say that at $2.33 each, with a free lens cloth, it is worth trying.Mine included all the promised parts and had instructions on the box. The instructions said to use a ball point pen or pin if needed. A pen would be too fat, but the included part or needle would work fine. I just ordered a 52mm set for my 55-200mm kit lens.Since 3 are provided, I'm thinking of tying one into my Canon cap by drilling a couple of small holes into it. 5Better than OEM. The center-pinch lens cap to my 18-55 mm lens, standard with Nikon's entry-level D3400, quickly lost its "springiness" and would not reliably attach to the lens. Waka's version seems to have more "oomph" and, I hope, will last longer. It comes with a leash (which Nikon's version did not). Since I quickly misplaced Nikon's, I now regard the leash as essential to lens caps. Waka provides a metal tool, needle-shaped, to help with leash attachment that's similar to the tool used with some smartphones to open the tray containing the SD and SIM cards. (I suspect that smartphone tool could be used instead of Waka's.) Waka suggests that you use the tool to insert the loop end of the leash into the tiny hole and then use it to pull the loop through the slot. The hole is indeed tiny and, at first, this looks impossible. But in fact, the tool works well to push the loop through the hole and, once in, it's relatively easy to use it again to draw it out through the slot. Simply be brave of heart! 5Mostly satisfied I was excited to receive this because I ve always hated how I have to keep up with my lense cover and this looked like the perfect solution (thumbs down to Nikon for their covers not having leashes!) I just received this today so this is first impression. The cover seems to be of good quality. Doesn t feel flimsy and does seem sturdy. The leash was a little difficult to get through the hole. The box states a pen will work but the whole is not large enough for a pen. I had to use an earring stud to pull the string through. But as you can see in my picture, the fabric that covers the plastic wire does not hold up to it being threat through. I made sure I did not puncture it with my earring stud, it was strictly from it being threaded through. This product comes with 3 covers and 3 leashes. This fabric issue happened on 2/3 of the leashes. I m not going to give it a bad rating based on that because the plastic wire does seem sturdy enough to keep hold so I m just going to leave it as is. I do wish they would make the fabric more sturdy. But overall, I think this product is going to be exactly what I need. Will update in the future if anything changes as far as holding up and/or product quality! 4
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