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post #16 of 21

get the hippocase.

its cheap and quite durable

post #17 of 21
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Originally Posted by AhokZYashA View Post

get the hippocase.

its cheap and quite durable


Really?  $40 for a cloth case w/ a Zipper compared to $45 on amazon for a 1300 w/ a lifetime guarantee, thats waterproof and mil-spec rated w/ snap hinges, pressure release valve and lock holes?  The Hippocase is a toy.  To each their own.  

post #18 of 21

where did you find the studio case. I lost mine for my studios and looking to buy another

post #19 of 21

+1 for pelican, LIKE A ROCK, affordable, durable, lifetime warranty, quit screwing around with toys and buy the last case you'll ever need.

post #20 of 21

I am intrigued by this Pelican Case.  I had heard about it in the past, as applicable to storage and transportation of DSLR camera bodies and lens kit, as well as for laptops in field use (i.e. Panasonic Toughbooks etc.).  But I didn't know they made them for smaller items with the customizable foam.  Guess I'm out of the loop.

 

Same size for an HD 650?  Or would a 1200 suffice?

 

Edit: Curse you, Head-Fi.  Making me spend my money like this.

post #21 of 21
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Originally Posted by Anaxilus View Post




Stop messing around and get the real deal.  http://www.pelican-case.com/#

 

Lifetime warranty, buoyancy ratings, pressure release valves, done.  My old laptop case got cracked by a tank in Iraq but it saved the laptop and got replaced for free when I got back.  That's protection.  I don't screw around when it comes to my gear and it sounds like you don't either.

I may have to get one.
 

 

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