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post #106 of 113

When I'm at work and not using my ER4P, I keep them in my bag with no case or pouch. It's unneeded since my bag isn't being sat on or thrown around or anything like that. And I'm not worried about it being stolen because ER4P is "the worst sounding hands-free in the world because it has no bass, it's ugly, the braided cable is not stylish and deep insertion will destroy your eardrums." No one here wants them except me.

post #107 of 113
Got my Pelican 1010 off Amazon. Best case ever used.
Edited by ixixmmx - 5/20/13 at 10:33pm
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My new setup!
post #109 of 113

Pelican 1010 Micro Case VS Otterbox 1000, who won?

post #110 of 113
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Originally Posted by ixixmmx View Post

Got my Pelican 1010 off Amazon. Best case ever used.

Got one from Amazon too - $9.85 shipped - can't beat that. 

post #111 of 113

Just throwing it into my bag.

post #112 of 113

I got http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=13118163&retainProdsInSession=1&znt_campaign=Category_CMS&znt_source=CAT&znt_medium=RSCOM&znt_content=CT2032127 today.

 

It has a lining to ensure that my iems don't move around in the case, and it also has a velvet lining in the bottom.

post #113 of 113

 

I dont carry iem dat much lol but when i do i use my versace cases haha it fits perfectly for my ex1000 n 7550 smile.gif

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