cost is way to rich for my blood. I'll look into similar cases that size I guess. Actually I may end up buying it come tax refund time because i can also use it for my camera
You can find them from $47.05 on amazon:
Ooh, thank you that's even better price wise. I should have searched breifly before commenting, but in my defense I haven't been to sleep yet and I worked all night. Thanks for posting, I'll see about ordering one soon.
Cool setup, was thinking of buying a similar hard case with DIY foam for my pair of Flare speakers...plus it would give some scope for other things
Yeah. Get some sleep Just take care, that you order one with cubed foam.
I do like that case. At work we usually go with pelican cases but the price is just too high. These look like a nice alternative.
Why not looking for a fitting simple robust case and cut the foam according to your needs.
Nah I'll get this one because then I can also out my two flares in with it as well.
I use cases for tableware. Easy to get and to equip.
Cases from toolshops or photography should do the same for cheaper.
Ive tried looking for them at local stores. Many dont carry a decent variety yet. Typically you find ones with a solid foam piece you need to cut out (these are laser started cubes that you pull out what ya do need), while also having an inferior seal with cheap clips. One thing ill say about pelican brand is they are beasts and come with a lifetime warranty.
I have a case meant for tools but it cost just as much as this does and doesn't have the cube foam. So I'll just buy this come next paycheck.... I did get paid today but I have a wedding to go to in a few days so that's already spent to travel back to Vermont
Very nice cases ! It depends on the situation: if you can unpack your case behind the scene you can use a case with self made interior. But if you have to do presentations in front of customers, then you must not save money ! Such a case is like a business card ...
You planning on this or does an equivalent work also? There are a few at my company that we got on the cheap and I would need to dig up the bebdor we bought them from.
Depends, is your option cheaper?
I have to look, we always buy the cheapest we can find, 1 of which is at harbor freight tools:
Need to find some purchase req's and see if I can find any more.
I need this! I just hope I can make the cutouts as neat as yours - they seem very professional.
Whenever I can travel to a chalet this will come in handy.
If you buy the sligjtly more expensive ones they come with semi cut foam. Its "cubes" with a small attachment to each other. You just pull out the cubs you dont want, leaving you with perfect cutouts.
@brajner That's some serious set up you have. I love the layout. Looks like it was meant for that too.
Cool setup. I was thinking about doing something similar for my tech gear. Thanks for sharing it gives me a better idea how this work for my needs.