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I'm pretty sure all the Baader filters have a notched edge which helps.

 

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Really need to find something that will work with the thinner spacers/adapters. I feel as if the rubber straps are going to be wide enough for the thinner spacers to slip through it. 

I'm now wondering if the camera lens removal or the Jar openers are a better choice instead? 

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Have found that wrapping a velcro cable tie around the handle of a strap wrench keeps the strap in place which makes it easier to use. A nylon cable tie would also work.

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3 minutes ago, johninderby said:

Have found that wrapping a velcro cable tie around the handle of a strap wrench keeps the strap in place which makes it easier to use. A nylon cable tie would also work.

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Neat little trick. I did find that the strap kept on slipping when holding it by hand. Thanks for the share. 

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