Túi da ý máy ảnh Retro 5 - Mẫu túi da 1 body 2 lens

01/06/2019
by Admin Admin

Túi da ý máy ảnh Retro 5 - Mẫu túi da 1 body 2 lens  

 Túi được may bằng da sáp ý dày 2mm .

 Đường may tỉ mỉ bằng tay .

 

 Bá vai bằng da lớn chống mỏi .

 

Tay cầm bọc da rất êm .

 

 

Phía sau có 1 ngăn đựng điện thoại đồ dùng phía sau túi .

 

Dây đeo máy ảnh cổ tay da thật mẫu mới 11-2018

11/23/2018
by Admin Admin

Dây đeo máy ảnh cổ tay da thật mẫu mới 11-2018

 Mẫu dây mới chiệu lực tốt hơn với loại da sáp ý dày .

 Bá dây lớn giảm lực chiệu của tay được phối da saffiano đen với da rắn thật cao cấp .

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 Mẫu dây đeo cổ tay ba lớn với chất da sáp ý chiệu lực dày 2,1mm .

Các bạn có thể order hàng giá tốt nhất tại các kênh của shop .

Chuyên dây da và túi da cho máy ảnh - May tay thủ công tại sài gòn .
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Dây đeo máy ảnh cổ tay móc khóa PD Peak Design

11/11/2018
by Admin Admin

Dây đeo máy ảnh cổ tay móc khóa PD Peak Design

 Hiện shop mới ra mẫu mới đã có hình chụp từ khách hàng .

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Móc chính Peak Design chính hãng .

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Dây đeo máy ảnh cổ tay móc khóa PD Peak Design Da sáp ý nhập cao cấp dày và chắc chắn 

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Các mối nói họa tiết may tay 100% bằng chỉ sáp cao cấp .

 

 Chất da thật mọc mạt chịu lực chắc chắn 

- Xức tải đến 5kg .

 

Tư vấn thêm về dây . 0988 964 636

Các bạn có thể mua dây trên các kênh .

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Thay cao su máy ảnh Canon

11/05/2018
by Admin Admin

Dây Đeo Máy Ảnh Bằng Da Trợ Lực Chống Cắt Luka 3

01/24/2018
by Admin Admin
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Dây Đeo Máy Ảnh Bằng Da Trợ Lực Chống Cắt Luka 3 

Mẫu dây đeo mới ra mắt tháng 1 năm 2018

  • SPleathers Teams xin giới thiệu dòng sản phẩm mới dành cho các nhiếp ảnh gia chuyên nghiệp. Dòng dây đeo máy ảnh bằng da trợ lực chống cắt mang tên Sling Strap Leather Camera Block One 2.
  • Dây đeo là sản phẩm làm hoàn toàn bằng tay 100%. Phù hợp cho các bạn nhiếp ảnh có thể tự do tác nghiệp ở bất cứ đâu như chụp hình cưới, sự kiện, du lịch, chụp ảnh thể thao và động vật hoang dã mà không lo bị rơi rớt hoặc kẻ gian đánh cắp.
  • Chất liệu da được SPleathers team sử dụng cho tất cả các sản phẩm dây da được lấy từ phần da tốt nhất với độ bền và chịu lực vô địch là Da Cật (Full-Grain) và vị trí lấy da ở ngay giữa sóng lưng (Side).

  • Chiều dài: 145cm - 150cm

  • Hoàn thiện từ bàn tay thợ Việt Nam 100%.

  • Sử dụng 100% da bò nguyên khối nhập khẩu cho độ bền vượt trội với độ dày 3mm - 4mm.

  • Với thiết kế các khe hở giữa miếng đệm bả vai bằng da mềm nhưng vẫn giữ được độ dẻo dai, uyển chuyển và chịu lực cao lên đến 30kg.

Đặc biệt các phụ kiện theo dây da được đội ngũ SPleathers Team đặt làm riêng cho từng sản phẩm như:

  • Móc treo máy được làm từ inox 304 chống gỉ sét và cực an toàn bền bỉ. Móc khoá này thường được dùng cho dây cáp của tàu biển với sức chịu tải lên tới vài trăm kg.

  • Riêng các ốc cố định trên dây được SPleathers team chọn loại ốc đúc nguyên khối bằng INOX 316 hoặc đồng giúp giữ chắc chắn các khớp đảm bảo 100% không bao giờ xảy ra tình trạng tuôn ốc như các sản phẩm sử dụng con tán bằng máy dập.

  • Nhưng đối với đội ngũ Spleathers Teams các yếu tố trên vẫn chưa đủ độ an toàn cho máy ảnh. Vì chúng tôi biết đeo trên vai các bạn là cả cuộc sống nên chúng tôi quyết định bổ sung thêm một dây đeo chống rớt kết nối trực tiếp với máy ảnh. Được làm bằng da hoàn toàn với độ dày 2mm.

 

 

 

 

 Spleathers Team

Full grain leather and Supreme Leather by Kevin Vo

01/23/2018
by Admin Admin
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1.Quality & Cost

There are 3 different type of leathers that were used to make leather product. When a cowhide was taken out from the whole cow. It will split the cowhide in half to separate the full grain and genuine leather.

Full grain leather is the highest quality grade of leather money can buy. It comes from the top layer of the hide and includes all the natural grain. It is more expensive for manufacturers to buy and more difficult for them to work with. Since the full grain leather located right below the hair, it will need to be refined before making the product. This is reflected in the cost to the consumer.
Top grain leather is the second highest grade of leather and has the outermost layer of the hide removed. This difference makes the leather thinner and more workable.  The top grain leather is not durable, so it will be used to make couch, wallet, or boot.

2. Appearance & Durability

The natural surface of full grain leather is unique - it tells a story and reveals natural imperfections, marks, and even light brands in the surface. Full grain leather is extremely strong and durable. This unique property allows spleathers team to create the most durable camera strap on the market. While strong and durable, full grain leather remains extremely breathable, resulting in less moisture from prolonged contact.
The natural grain from the top surface of top grain leather is sanded away, which removes imperfections and blemishes. After sanding away the natural grain, top grain leather is imprinted with an imitation grain to give it a more uniform look. If uniform is what you’re looking for, then you’re in luck with top grain leather. The downside is, by sanding off the natural grain, they’ve sanded off the strongest fibers in the hide.
3. Supreme Leather 3mm thickness leather

To achieve the most durable leather strap and avoid making the strap heavier for the user, we decided to be sanded our leather to 3mm, which is very rare in the market. It will satisfy all the customer requirement.

With 3mm thickness leather, we innovate a new product line for Xpro and X product line to provide support for professional photographers to work in a long period of time.

 

 

How to Smells out of Leather in bag, Camera Strap

01/15/2018
by Admin Admin
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How to Smells out of Leather in bag, Camera Strap

Leather is a material made of tanned animal hide. It is used to make jackets, furniture, shoes, purses, belts and many other products. Although leather is a very durable material, it is more difficult to clean than natural or synthetic fibers. Leather grain can soak up strong smells, such as smoke, food odor, sweat, perfume, mildew or the "new leather smell" from the tanning process. Getting these smells out of leather may require some trial and error, and when in doubt, you can always get the leather professionally cleaned to avoid damaging the item.

Method Using Home Remedies

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  2. 1Dry out wet leather right away. If the leather is wet, or appears to be covered in mold or mildew, you need to remove any dampness quickly. The moisture can damage the leather permanently and create a smell that will be very difficult to get out. There are several simple methods for drying out the leather:[1]
    • Place the leather in a spot in your home that gets indirect sun. Direct contact with harsh sunlight can cause the leather to crack, chip and wear out. Choose a spot that is by a window that filters sunlight or that is behind a screen.
    • Use a blow-dryer on a low heat setting. Avoid bringing the blow-dryer too close to the leather as this can cause it to crack or chip. Run the blow-dryer at a distance over the leather to soak up the moisture and prevent big water stains on the leather.
    • Use a clean dry cloth to wipe the leather dry, especially if you are trying to treat a pair of leather shoes, a leather jacket, or a leather purse. Skip alcohol based products or odor-masking products, like perfume, and use a clean dry cloth to give the item a good wipe. The chemicals in these products can get into the pores of the leather and possibly damage the item.
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  4. 2Pack the leather item in newspaper or packing paper. The porous quality of newspaper and packing paper means they are both great for absorbing any bad smells in your leather item. Always check that the leather item is completely dry and that you are using dry newspapers. The loose fiber in newspaper makes it softer and more absorbent than other options, like office paper.[2]
    • Crumple up several sheets of newspaper in a box and place the leather item in the newspaper. Close the box and leave it sealed for one to two days.
    • Check the leather item to see if the newspaper has effectively drawn out the bad smell. You may need to leave the item in the newspaper for another day.
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  6. 3Clean the leather with a vinegar solution. The acid in the vinegar will help to counteract bad odors and the smell of the vinegar, which could be a bad odor to some, will also dissipate with the any other bad smells in the leather.[3]
    • Before you use any acid based cleanser on the leather item, do a spot test to make sure it won't discolor the leather. Mix equal parts distilled white vinegar and water. Choose a very small area on the item and dab the vinegar solution on the leather. If there is no discoloration or cracking on the leather, proceed with cleaning the item with the vinegar solution.
    • Use a clean cloth to wipe the surface of the leather with the vinegar solution.
    • You can also use a spray bottle to spray the leather with the vinegar solution and then wipe it clean with a cloth.
    • If the odor is really bad, you can try soaking the leather item in the vinegar solution for five to ten minutes. Make sure you dry the leather well after the vinegar soak so it does not get moldy or full of mildew.[4]
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  8. 4Seal the leather in a baking soda solution. Baking soda is great for absorbing bad odors and it is safe to use on leather. You will need baking soda and a pillowcase or a zip-lock bag that is big enough to fit your leather item.[5]
    • Place the leather item in the pillowcase of the zip-lock bag. Sprinkle a thin layer of baking soda over the surface of the leather. You can also sprinkle the inside of the leather item to remove any odors on the inside of the item.
    • Tie the end of the pillowcase or seal the zip-lock bag. Let the item sit in the baking soda overnight, or for 24 hours.
    • Remove the baking soda by using a small vacuum or a clean cloth. Brush the baking soda off gently to avoid scratching the leather.
    • Repeat the baking soda process until the bad odor is gone.
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  10. 5Let the leather age to reduce the smell over time. Due to the nature of leather, smells that absorb into the leather, from cigarette smoke to the "new smell" of the tanning process, will gradually lessen over time. Instead of trying to mask the smell with perfume or odor-masking agents, which will actually prolong the time it takes for the odor to pass, use your leather item often. If you can stand the bad odor, wear your leather jacket, your leather shoes, or your leather shoes on a daily basis to help the leather age.[6]
    • The aging process will also soften the leather, effectively opening the pores of the leather, and releasing the bad odor.

Method2Using Professional Products

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  2. 1Buy a leather cleaner. You can find professional leather cleaners at your local hardware store or even at your shoe cobbler's. Always use cleaner made specifically for leather on your leather item.[7]
    • You will need to use a dry clean cloth to wipe the leather with the cleaner. Most cleaners can help to remove odors, preserve the color and sheen of the leather, and protect the leather from cracking.
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  4. 2Condition the leather item. You should always condition leather items after you clean them. Conditioning the leather will help to remove any odors and maintain the color and sheen of the leather. There are several options for conditioning your leather:[8]
    • High quality linseed oil: This is a very effective natural oil for conditioning your leather clothing and other leather items. Avoid using cheap linseed oil, as it will not be very effective. Use a cloth to massage the linseed oil into the leather so the oil is absorbed by the leather.
    • Shoe polish: The oldest method for conditioning leather is also one of the best. Use liquid shoe polish on leather shoes, leather jackets, and leather purses. You can also use canned shoe polish for leather boots and shoes. If you're cleaning natural leather, buy shoe polish that contains carnauba wax and natural ingredients.
    • Professional leather conditioner: This product can be bought at your local household supply store. Most leather conditioners come as a spray. You spray the conditioner on the surface of the leather and the chemical seeps into the pores of the leather. It then removes odors and helps to bring out the sheen of the leather.
    • Avoid using saddle soap on your leather item. It will require a lot of rinsing and may give the leather a streaky look or a sticky surface.[9]
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