Floating Foam Strap (Red)
Floating strap designed for Tough Series cameras. Strap keeps camera from quickly sinking in the water. Gentle positive buoyancy of strap allows users to take steady underwater pictures without having their hand forced to the surface. Adjustable for the perfect fit on your wrist or arm. Carabineer loop for clipping to your lifejacket or scuba gear. Available in bright colors making it easy to spot or fashionable patterns.
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Nice to use, with a weak link
I used this strap on my TG-820 for a couple of years, and it was comfortable and functional. However, recently I was in the water and noticed that the strap had become detached from the camera. It turns out that the thin loop that ties to the camera had broken. Fortunately, I had the camera in my hand when I noticed this, or I might have lost it. After some use, I would advise that you keep an eye out for wear on this loop.Read More
Works Great, but be careful...
When I got my red Stylus TOUGH-3000, this came in the box. It worked great! It kept my camera afloat perfectly in the pool. Until I broke it. When I was trying to detach it from after a pool trip, the snap broke from the string that goes to the camera. I wasn't able to fix it. But overall, if you're careful with it, it can keep a camera afloat for many, many, many years.