iPhone Lens Maker Moment Launches New Bags and Wallet Cases

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Moment, a company known for its popular lenses designed for iPhones, today came out with a new series of bags and wallet cases that are meant to be used with the lenses.

There's a new Moment Fanny Sling ($69.99) and Moment Crossbody Wallet (starting at $54.99), which you can use to store your lenses and other iPhone-related essentials.


The Moment Fanny Sling, available in a canvas material, offers seven adjustment points so it will fit most users. The bag itself can be expanded or cinched up depending on what's inside, and there's a microfiber lining to keep your lenses and filters free from scratches.

The Crossbody Wallet, priced at $54.99 for the canvas version and $74.99 for the leather version, is a smaller clutch that you can wear on your wrist or across your body for carrying your lenses and other daily accessories like keys, AirPods, and more.


It's sized to fit a plus sized phone so you can store your iPhone inside too, and it has microfiber lined pockets to keep everything safe.

New Wallet Cases, priced at $49.99, offer up compatibility with Moment lenses along with a pocket at the back to store a couple of credit cards and your ID.


The Wallet Cases are available for the ‌iPhone‌ 7 and later and come in either natural leather or plain black. The wallet pocket holds up to three cards, making it ideal if you want to head out with just a lens and your cards.

Finally, Moment has a new addition to its Photo Case lineup in a new tan leather color, which is available for $39.99.

For those unfamiliar with how Moment lenses and cases work, you need one of Moment's cases to use the lenses because they screw into the back of the case rather than attaching to your ‌iPhone‌. Moment makes a wide range of lens options at prices starting at $100.

All of the new products are available from the Moment website starting today, and for today only, there's a 20 percent discount if you use the code #momentbags when checking out.

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17 months ago
As someone from the UK the fanny sling is a hilariously bad name for an accessory.
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17 months ago

Bought a lens from them a few years ago. Didn't work. They said, "some issue with Bluetooth and iOS 9. Not our problem."
I said OK, then I'll return it. They said, "nope, you opened it."

Had to file a chargeback to resolve an issue with them knowingly shipping a product that didn't work.

But their lenses don't require Bluetooth? It's literally a lens that sits in front of the camera?
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17 months ago
I can't believe fanny packs are making a comeback. I hope this trend dies fast.
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17 months ago

I can't believe fanny packs are making a comeback. I hope this trend dies fast.

I never see them used like fanny packs used to be used, now they're like little crossbody bags, which looks a lot better.
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