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Eco-Friendly Repurposed Seat Belt Camera Straps Keep Your Camera Safe

Buckle Up For (Camera) Safety

Buckling up can save your life, so why not use the same device to carry around your precious camera? Made from real car safety belts from wreckage yard vehicles, these repurposed Seat Belt Camera Straps ($20) are a very eco-friendly way to tote your DSLR, Lomo, or whatever kind of camera you have in your photographic arsenal.

I love, love, love the blue strap and am thinking of getting one myself. The best part is, Photojojo is offering up these straps for $20 each, but if you buy two, you'll only pay $35. That way, you get more wardrobe-matching options!


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finzup finzup 8 years
note if you buy the 2 for $35, they both have to be the same color :(
devils devils 8 years
Those are cute. I use guitar straps :)
CiaoBella2 CiaoBella2 8 years
I can't stand how seat belts rub when wearing them in a car, so these wouldn't work for me. I do appreciate someone's creativity to recycle car belts into an eco-friendly product.
itsme3683 itsme3683 8 years
i agree with cleegiants--it's probably bigger than my whole camera! But it is really adorable, and I bet they have a jillion colors if they're really coming out of cars... but what car has bright blue seat belts?? becuase i want that car...
deleteaccount deleteaccount 8 years
this is so cute! im definitely gonna get one!
bornthisway bornthisway 8 years
how fun!
cleegiants cleegiants 8 years
those are cute, but i feel like it would go better with a DSLR, which i don't have (yet) instead of my little canon.
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