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New case worth buying

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by Neon Euc, Aug 18, 2016.

  1. Neon Euc

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    Hi guys I ordered this and wanted to share just because the price is a lot lot lower then the official DJI case. It's a hard shell backpack so you don't have to worry about people behind you knocking into the back and damaging the drone. Thought I would share this for any one who is thinking of getting a rucksack for their drone. Esp the newbies (like me) who are just starting out [​IMG][​IMG]

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    Also just noticed that it said "to fit your phantom 3 vision"

    Is this a different make of phantom or does "vision" mean all phantom 3? So sorry for my questions as I'm still learning

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  4. rickb212

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    Hi Neon

    I have ordered something very similar on recommendation of a fellow dronie. I like the idea of a hard shell to protect what is a very expensive bit of kit!

    Rick
     
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    I have this case and i can highly recommend it.fits everything perfectly and very robust.by the way i have the phantom 3 and as i said it fits perfectly.
     
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    I have one - pretty good. However, one word of warning. When you put the remote in, place the straps over the remote body before you fold in the antennae; I heard of one guy who put the straps over the antennae, pulled the straps tight and - SNAP.

    Try not to do that!

    Also, they squeak a fair bit on a long trek - the cheap all-nylon ones are better for long range hiking, and they're lighter and more comfortable to wear. But I'm happy with mine.
     
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    Thanks for the hint out the remote control aerials, I will bear that in mind !
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