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Ideas for carrying options?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by GMayberry, Jan 13, 2016.

  1. GMayberry

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    I have a Phantom 1, with prop guards, and I have a FPV system with a 7" monitor on my TX so standard carrying cases that are sold, dont quite cut it as an option for me.

    What ideas do you guys have that I could set up as my "carry-all" for when I go somewhere besides home to fly.
     
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    this is how I used to carry my P1 with prop guards on, it's made from polypropylene sheeting I had to replace on my carport, all I used for fixing the sheet together was duct tape, nothing else, I used some polystyrene in the center to hold the quad in place
     
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  3. GMayberry

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    That looks really good! Not bad at all for a DIY solution!
     
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    thanks plus it's only 1/2" poly' and I've even been able to stand on it!
     
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    Bit bulky but does the job. And has room for everything
     

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    You should add folderable legs. It would double as a coffee table when you are out in the woods.
     
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    Without the legs it's a sushi table :)