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  1. Some years ago I purchased a Domke bag on eBay. It had a ‘Made in USA’ tag on the inside and it looked like the genuine article except for two differences:

    (1) The stitching of the divider compartment came apart very quickly.

    (2) The wording on the washing instructions was like this:

    “Machine wash
    Separately, cool water”

    I suspected that this was a pirate copy so I contacted Domke (now part of Tiffen) and they could hardly have been less interested. I did eventually get an email back from them saying that they thought it would be too difficult for someone else to copy their bags. Yeah, right…

  2. I bought a single Domke bag (I don’t recall the model) a few years ago and for the most part it seems okay. The designs of the bags are obviously outdated, but it does the job (not that I’ve used mine at all!).

    Nowadays I enjoy trekking about with a Crumpler messenger bag as it fits my FM3a + iPad2.

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