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  1. Jim Bercik

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    Just recieved a Go Professional Backpack for my P4. Its roomy for all my accessories and it has laser cut foam. I gave up waiting on the DJI one.

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  2. 28wins

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    Could you please mention where you got your motors covers? they are not too tall and I like that they are translucent.
     
  3. easydiggin

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    How much did the bag set you back $$ ?


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  4. chris digata

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  5. Jim Bercik

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    It was about $240. They have a cheaper version that is very similar. This is a special edition version. I could not determine what was different on the website but I'm a sucker for the limited edition
     
  6. Jim Bercik

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  7. PCHdrone

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    I just bought the Fieldline Edition (sandstone color - looks like a desert pack) Go Professional backback from their website. It was $125 which I think is a good deal after I looked at the other universal backpacks out there. It also is well built and has a lifetime warranty!

    I am a little worried about how far the motors sit above the foam but others seem not to have a problem with that. I will use silicone motor caps nonetheless.
     
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