HACKxTACK Magnetic Lens Cap Holder

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Anyone who’s ever used a DSLR camera knows just how easy it is to lose track of those pesky lens caps. You take them off to capture some shots, and somehow, someway, they are never seen again. HACKxTACK looks to solve this problem once and for all.

Two Toronto designers and photographers have teamed up to create the world’s first magnetic camera lens cap holder. Simply attach the magnetic tab to your lens cap, and clip the wooden constructed HACKxTACK to your shirt, camera strap, backpack, really anything you’d like. The 3 powerful, device-friendly magnets built within the wooden HACKxTACK will attract the tab on your lens cap, ensuring your cap stays while you take photos to your heart’s content. The system looks great, and after raising the funds to get their project to retail, the brand plans on selling the device for around $29. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

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