2 straps. Each strap supports weight up to 7 ounces or 200 grams. Fits most waterproof digital cameras and binoculars. Brightly colored, easy-to-spot fabric. Constructed from foam-filled neoprene. Slips easily onto your wrist. Works with cameras like GoPro, many Panasonic Lumix models and other models. Well constructed. Large loop hits most wrists.
Be careful how vigorously you move your wrist with the float attached – the connector strings can break or detach.
Intended for use with Olympus Stylus SW series digital cameras. Strap sits high in the water so it's easy to find. Brightly colored. Works with many other types of waterproof cameras besides Olympus brand. Fits easily over most wrists. Quick release connection.
Attachment line is thin. Strap can slide off small hands, but it floats, so just scoop it up out of the water.
Maximum float weight of 7 ounces. Comfortable, foam-filled neoprene wrist lanyard. Attaches to most waterproof point-and-shoot cameras. Brightly colored so it's easy to find in the water. Soft, smooth band material doesn't irritate the skin.
Clip connecting camera to strap can come undone suddenly.
10-inch foam strap with quick release. Gives you free hands for water sports. Choice of colors. Soft and comfortable on your wrist. Bright and attractive. Not as bulky as other wrist strap floats. Wrist cinching system.
Too big for children's and small adults' wrists. Connector string can fray and break.
Maximum float weight of 8 ounces. Fully adjustable strap with cord lock. Extra snap button provides quick, one-handed operation. Can be left open for larger wrists. Quick connect buckle makes it easy to detach and remove camera. Strong, secure lanyard. Neoprene construction. Fits smaller wrists.
Less bright, colorful surface area to spot underwater in case it gets lost.
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A camera float strap can help you keep your camera safe while you swim. It is designed to wrap comfortably around the arm or wrist. The strap also ensures that you know where your camera is located at all times. Straps are available in multiple colors and sizes. They are lightweight and can be used with digital cameras from Canon, Nikon, and other globally recognized brands. A strap is usually constructed from a smooth material that minimizes the risk of skin irritation. It can be used on the left or right arm or wrist. Some straps can even be used to hold binoculars.