3 thoughts on “Sony Webbie MHS-PM1 Sporty Travel Case with Carabineer – Pinkish

  1. K. Kasabian
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Snug fit, v. little room for USB cord, July 1, 2011
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    K. Kasabian (Silicon Valley, CA) –
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    I’d classify this as a sleeve, not a case, because it is designed to accommodate the Bloggie and no other accessories. I was able to stuff in the small USB cord that came with the camera, but it barely fit. I really didn’t see any other good case options around.

    The quality of the case is satisfactory. Great fit; soft, felted interior; just enough padding to protect it from bumps; loop for attaching to backpacks, etc. The biner that comes with isn’t trustworthy, so I replaced it with a stronger one. Overall a good sleeve. Recommended.

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  2. suburbanexile
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Nearly perfect case, October 10, 2010
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    suburbanexile (Rocky Mts., CO) –

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    I bought this case for my new Sanyo Xacti PD2 and it fits perfectly. Before ordering this case I took a little trip to my local “big box” with my camcorder in tow and tried every single case available.

    Like many other reviewers, there was a part of me that thought it might have been nice to have an extra pocket for a spare memory card or extra battery. But what I found during my does-the-shoe-fit camera-case-tryout trip was that one could either have a case with tons of padding and/or an extra pocket OR one could have a small, unobtrusive case.

    After a minute of soul-searching, I decided I wasn’t looking for a case that would carry the camera and every single accessory I might buy (Gorrillapod, tripod foot, extra battery, extra memory card, etc) or a super-padded case that would protect the camera if I dropped it from the top of a building. Experience has taught me that a small, modestly padded case is ultimately much more practical for me. A small case can easily be carried in my purse or tucked into a jacket pocket. In the case of this Sony LCS-CSVC, the attached carabineer means it can easily be clipped onto a backpack or a belt loop.

    Three key points sold me on this particular case over similar cases:
    1. The easy-to-use double zipper. A single zipper too often tempts me to not zip all the way around leaving my camera exposed to disaster.
    2. The “top loading” style of the case. Not sure why, but I prefer the balance of a top-loading case opposed to a side-loading case.
    3. The two internal side “guard” straps which allow the case to open just the right amount. Cases that don’t open wide enough force me to man-handle the camera out of the case making it more likely I’ll push a button I didn’t want to push; cases that open too widely leaves me feeling like the camera could be too easily knocked out.

    Other things I liked:
    – case has just the right amount of padding; more than a neoprene sleeve but less than a full-blown zippers, clips, and shoulder-straps camera case.
    – texture of outer case will make it easy to keep clean and won’t be susceptible to snags and pulls from other things in my purse.
    – attached carabineer.

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  3. Anonymous
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I love the color and the handy clip, January 30, 2015
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    As described, protects my Bloggie from bumps and dings while I’m carrying it around. There’s no room for anything besides the camera, it just is what it is, but that’s not an issue for me. I love the color and the handy clip.
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