Think Tank CityWalker 30 Review, Pros and Cons

Think Tank CityWalker 30 is rated 4.84 based on 11 reviews


Feature Summary


Think Tank Photo CityWalker 30 Messenger Bag (Black)
  • Removable main insert increases functionality and provides multi-use capability
  • Fits one standard size body w/ 24-70 attached + 2-4 extra lenses + flash + 15" laptop. Accommodates 70-200 detached
  • OD: 16.3" W x 11.4" H x 8.3" D (41.5x 29 x 21 cm)
  • ID : 13.4"W x 9.6" H x 6.7" D (34 x 24.5 x 7 cm)
  • Weight: 2.7-3.0 Lbs. (1.2-1.4 kg)


Reviews Summary


Here’s what the reviewers think about the Think Tank CityWalker 30:

Reviewers like these things about the Think Tank CityWalker 30

  • Comfortable, quick access, lightweight, solid construction and quality material are cited as the main reasons for choosing this bag.
  • Some users find it a multi-purpose bag as it converts from a camera bag to a messenger bag.
  • Others are glad that it comes with a removable padded insert and dedicated tablet or laptop pocket.
  • Many reviewers love its body conforming feature, making it the perfect walk-around bag.
  • Some users describe it as a lightweight, soft bag with enough padding to protect the gear and enough space to hold cameras, lenses, SD cards, pensmicrofiber cloths, small flashlight and extra batteries.
  • Many users find the strap sturdy, shoulder strap comfortable and stitching well done.
  • Some reviewers find the material easy to clean.
  • A number of owners refer to it as their go-to bag for street shooting or walk-arounds.
  • Many photographers like the fact that the interior padded compartment is removable and easily configured for various combinations of body and lenses.
  • Others said the velcro fasteners throughout the bag are well placed.
  • Some users particularly thought the quiet velcro silencers for the top flap is a great concept when they need to be discreet.
  • Others find the document pocket on the back of the bag convenient and large enough to hold a magazine.

Reviewers don’t like these things

  • Some users thought it’s hard to compress the bag because of its shape.

Selected Reviews


The Phoblographer

There is never a perfect bag. Instead, it’s often about finding a bag that meets a specific need.

Posted 11 July 2013 by Mike – Read full review


The Phoblographer

I really like the fact that internal bucket is so quickly removable, it makes it very easy to remove the equipment from the bag and store it elsewhere.

Posted 18 November 2012 by Mike – Read full review



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