Mooli Bag

Is the Mooli Bag the ideal camera bag? You can even track it!

For the most part I try not endorse something or scream its awesome from the roof tops unless I’ve actually had my hands on it and a chance to give it a thorough once over. I’d hate to endorse something that possibly doesn’t live up to the hype. However, once and awhile something incredible drifts in to my radar and I can’t help but share it.

The Mooli Bag is one of those things.

Mooli Bag

I’ve not had the pleasure of seeing it in the flesh but let me tell you – this is something I’d lust over and so will you. We’ve all seen the usual crappy camera bags. They’re usually bulky and man like with some sort of ugly polyster exterior. The Mooli Hampton Tech Bag is perfect if you lug around a DSLR but it also works a treat for other gadgets as well. It is completely customisable inside so if you want to you can toss in your phone, camera, spare lens, notebook and a tablet. Alternatively there is space for a 13″ laptop even!

Mooli Bag

It’s beautifully padded inside and can carry up to 10 kilograms of gear. It has a sturdy base with studded feet so it won’t fall over when you put it down.

The best thing about the Mooli Bag though?

Mooli Bag

It has an NFC chip in it. So a bit like those tracking tags we always tell you about? You can store all your details on the NFC tag and if it gets lost someone will be able to scan it and find the owner (or you could even track it).

It can also be customised. No word yet on if you can get them in South Africa yet but I know I’m going to do my damnedest. This is one of the best tech bags I’ve seen. You can support their Kickstarter campaign here and you should. The Mooli Bag is going to the top of my Christmas want list.

Mooli Bag

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