Tenba Introduces new Gen-3 and Messenger Bags

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In the crowded field of camera and accessory bags, it takes a lot to make one brand or model stand out from the rest. Tenba has done that twice recently. The company had two "hits" with its Gen-3 and Messenger lines.

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because we pay an obsessive amount of attention to details. Our Messenger bags, for example, feature zipper access from the top. That may seem like a little thing, but if you add up all those little things -- the ones photographers have asked for -- you end up satisfying that portion of the market in a big way.

Elmsford, NY - March 6, 2008 -- In the crowded field of camera and accessory bags, it takes a lot to make one brand or model stand out from the rest. Tenba has done that twice recently. The company had two "hits" with its Gen-3 and Messenger lines.

"We've been successful," says Tenba's Peter Waisnor, "because we pay an obsessive amount of attention to details. Our Messenger bags, for example, feature zipper access from the top. That may seem like a little thing, but if you add up all those little things -- the ones photographers have asked for -- you end up satisfying that portion of the market in a big way."

Tenba is now introducing additional models in each line. For Gen-3, a new small size backpack will fit most 15" laptops, plus a D/SLR camera with 2-3 lenses and flash, and still have extra space for a lightweight jacket, umbrella, and lunch. Like the entire Gen-3 collection, the backpack is constructed of Tenba's lightweight, weather-resistant Generation 840 nylon, and features a broad range of both permanent and removable pockets, pouches and organizers.

Tenba's popular Messenger bags are now available in a total of 7 colors, with the addition of three new hues -- Plum, Chocolate and Platinum. The Messengers are made of street-tough 1000 denier nylon, and are available in 2 sizes, to fit 15" and 17" laptops. There is also a custom laser-engravable name tag version of the large Messenger bag.

For more product or purchase information, visit tenba.com

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