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  1. LMT0286

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    i want to see what cases or backpacks you guys use and the set up you have. Here's mine for now until I get more accessories

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  2. Neon Euc

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  3. Neon Euc

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    This is my one and it costs me £40 and took about 5 days to get from China to England

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  4. Neon Euc

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    It's a carbon fibre hard back shell and it's so comfy and light to wear

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  5. LMT0286

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    I like it. I was thinking about getting that for a backpack because of the price. I think I'm sold on the polar pro trekker though. It just fits so much


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  6. Neon Euc

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    I really like your case because if the fact you can keep the props on. Such a pain to put them on and off all the time for my case :p

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  7. Javiejav

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    Here's mine... Love it cause it fits everything, get to keep the props on, and there is so much storage... Also carries like a backpack or a carrying case.


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  8. John Locke

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    I discovered something for backpack layout that's not obvious, but logical. This became apparent on my PRO CRAFT backpack, the largest of three packs a own.

    It's best to always store the batteries in the bottom of the pack (orientation while on your back). Many packs locate them in the top. This can make the pack top heavy, which doesn't feel as natural as having most of the weight in the bottom. This unnatural feel being top heavy is most apparent while carrying the pack temporarily for short distances using one strap over one shoulder. It just doesn't hang right. But after rearranging my three extra batteries to be in the bottom, it works much nicer on the back. Weight distribution matters.

    You would assume that manufacturers of backpacks would realize weight distribution is important when it comes to hauling batteries. Apparently some didn't think about that.
     
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