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Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision Discussion' started by isle, Feb 6, 2015.

  1. isle

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    Any recommendations for a hard cover carrying case
     
  2. GLOCKer

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    I use the case by GoProfessional and I really like it.
     
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    Works with tall/wide skids and Rotopixel Gimbal.
     

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    isle, I have this one and I love it! There are a bunch more good options here.
     
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  5. isle

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    I read a couple of reviews complaining about props being bent cause of size, is this an issue? Also like that Nanuk945 case any body have on? Thanks for all the help
     
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    I'm selling my TradeCraft Tough Case XR in the classifieds. You can close the cover with 9443s attached to your Phantom. It's a sturdy case, but I needed something I could carry on my back.
     
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    I use a Tradecraft (Seahorse) hard case. It fits in most overhead airline bins and has wheels and a handle.
    If you plan on hiking into the back forty go with a soft backpack style.

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  8. msinger

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    It's not an issue for me because I store my Phantom with the props off. The slot in the front of the Go Professional case is large enough to store 4 props. Some people keep the props on, but I didn't want to risk bending them.

    If you want to keep the props on, then the HPRC case might be a better fit. There are recessed slots for the props so there isn't pressure from the top pushing down on them when the lid is closed.
     
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