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I don't use the handle on my Zeck. If you ask Don (Zeck), he'll ship the cap without the handle installed. The handle and plastic rivets required to install it are still included, in case you change your mind, later. The handle lets you easily remove the cap when it's inside a big hood, but prevents you from safely standing the big lens on its nose, when the cap is on with hood reversed or not attached (as when I store them in my dry cabinet). The cap handle flattens out a lot to take less storage space, but it makes the lens tippy when you stand it on the cap with handle installed. When the handle is not installed, Don still adds the rivets to plug their four rivet holes, but I cut them off and cover the exterior of the cap with gaffer's tape. This covers the holes and reduces noise when you put the lens down on a hard surface. Without the handle, you can easily remove the Zeck from within a hooded lens with your ungloved finger tips. You might have to take the hood off to remove a dishandled Zeck when you're wearing thickish gloves.
This thread shows a photo of my gaffed Zeck for the 200/1.8L.