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Bags for PSA with props on

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by DJi Newbie, Sep 8, 2015.

  1. DJi Newbie

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    Why aren't there any bags that accommodate the P3A while the props are still on?
     
  2. dlbyers

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    My MicroRaptor backpack does, but I only leave props on in the bag if I am not leaving the house with it.
     
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    Because the bag has to be so much bigger and more expensive - too big for carry on luggage..
    And it takes a couple of seconds to flick props on and off.
     
  7. DJi Newbie

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    I get you for long travels. But my nature of use for the phantom is that i take it short distances at a time and for short flights. (sorry for my english)
     
  8. CES929

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    I leave the props on and take my Microraptor Backpack as a carry on. The first time I flew with it, I was nervous it was going to be taken away from me at the gate (because it is a large pack), so I took the props off. Since then, I've left them on for 8 different trips with no damage to the props and not even a side glance from a crew member.