Jollylook Neck Strap (Rainbow)
A fabric neckstrap for the Jollylook cameras in rainbow colors. Comes with two lock color options: Stained brown and Natural wood.
Delivery & Returns
Delivery & Returns
Please allow 10 days for your order to arrive. We ship the products from one of our warehouses in the USA or Europe, depending on delivery address and stock availability. This means sometimes you have to wait a little longer to get your order but it's always worth it!
Returns are easy, simply contact us for a return and send your item to us. We'll get you a replacement or refund in a snap!
I gave this to myself for Christmas. I am amazed at the quality of the parts and look forward to assembling and experimenting with my new pinhole camera.
My friend is a photographer, and I think this will be a perfect present for him.
The gears fail at the beginning, but they send me a full gear replacement, really fast, and without any additionaly cost. Im so pleased with the customer care.
Thank you for making a great product. Stay safe.
Ordered it via Kickstarter. Can’t wait…
I built an instant camera myself, and this unit works perfectly for developing the instax film.
a little drop in the ocean and hopefully helpful for you in these difficult times
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I look forward to peace in Ukraine and the success of Jollylook
I supported it to support it
Hi from Berlin, there is no Jollylook arrived until now, 24.4.2022 .
May be take some time...
Thanks and best for you all 👌
Support Jollylook during this horrible time. They provide a great service and great customer service. I wish them and their families well!
Of all kickstarting/indiegogo/etc campaigns I’ve ever been, none has suffered so many setbacks as this one. And yet they not only persevered changing their whole logistics from one country to another, redid their factory, went through covid and the russian invasion and are still kicking around.
This is the most impressive group of people I’ve ever seen.
I was looking forward to receiving my camera, but the last tracking information indicated it was in Kiev. I fear it’s a causality of the Russian war.
I like the look of the camera and the focusing mechanism.