HDE Waterproof Memory Card Travel Case for 12 Micro & Standard SD Card Storage Holder
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- AIR TIGHT - Case snaps tightly to ensure your memory cards are safe from dirt, scratches and water
- RUBBER LINING - Crafted with tough water-proof material prevents water from entering and damaging SD Cards
- HIGH CAPACITY- Stores up to 12 micro and 12 standard SD cards | 24 total card capacity
- SNUG FIT - Molded specifically to hold Micro and Standard SD Cards securely
- POCKET SIZE - Dimensions 4" W x .75" D x 2.8" H
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Here's the scenario: you've just returned from a weeklong vacation to the Bahamas and you're sitting down at your computer, ready to upload all those awesome vacation pictures to Facebook to make all your friends jealous. It's only then that you realize you can't find your memory cards! All that time and effort wasted! How do you avoid this tragedy? Get yourself a convenient, portable travel case for all of your memory cards!
This rugged memory card carrying case is the perfect accessory to prevent misplaced memory card mishaps. Each case is manufactured from lightweight polycarbonate material and designed to store up to 24 memory cards at once (12 standard SD cards and 12 micro SD cards). Keep your memories organized and secure with a travel case, so you can focus on making all your friends jealous of your awesome vacation.
Brave the Elements
Thermoplastic carbonate polymers (otherwise known as polycarbonate) are chemicals known for their strength and durability under pressure. The material offers this case (and the cards contained within) added protection on your next hiking trip, protecting from sudden drops and falls.
The case is designed to be water-resistant, with a silicone seal around the lip of the case to insulate it from water and debris. The case also floats, so you can easily recapture it should you accidentally drop it into a body of water.
A compact design and convenient shape make this case travel-ready, small enough to fit in your pocket whether you're climbing a mountain or simply heading to the beach. Twin compartments feature grooves cut in the shape of standard SD cards with smaller grooves inside each slot for micro SD cards.
The silicone rubber interior protects your memory cards from accidental drops or shocks and insulates the circuitry from sudden electrical surges. With enough room to store twelve standard- and twelve micro-SD cards, this case is the on-the-go photographer's best friend.
Looking to improve your professional photographer status? You won't get very far without being organized. Professional photography can cover a wide range of events, from hiking, weddings, interior design photography, or portraiture, and this case helps you to keep all of those many files physically organized.
Each memory card case is designed with a handle onto which you can clip a carabiner to hook the case to your backpack or belt, keeping it within arm's reach at a moment's notice.
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What I like is that the hinge properly uses a steel pin to hinge upon, rather than just plastic joining the two halves of the case together (which eventually splits with usage). Opposite the hinge is a plastic clasp that also uses a steel pin, so I don't expect that to fail anytime soon, either. The clasp snaps into place firmly - I have no concerns it will let go on its own. I think it will last as long as I want it to.
Last thing to point out: you'll need something pointy to pry out the cards. The material that holds them is either high-density foam or rubber, and does not flex easily, to a fingertip. The cards (SD or MicroSD) are definitely not going to shake out of their individual compartments, but you may want to leave a paperclip in the case, so you have something to pop them loose when needed.
The HDE Waterproof Memory Card Travel Case turns out to be a great buy. For the price, I get a solid feeling case that locks securely and protects my memory cards.
The case itself is convex shaped on the two long sides, providing a rigid structure that bears weight evenly (I stood on it, 330 lbs, and it didn't bow). The rubber seal seats evenly and requires you to press the shell together for the lock to engage.
Inside, the precut slots hold my SD cards well and I haven't had any fall out and rattle around.
There are more expensive cases out there, but doubt they are worth it enough to justify the extra price. I would buy this again.
When I first received the unit I tested the waterproofing since that is an important feature to me since I do a lot of adventure photography. After being submerged in a bucket for 24 hours, there was no moisture inside of it. My primary concern is heavy ran and shallow banks so this was perfect.
Then...came he real test. I was photographing rock climbing at Pilot mountain, NC near the parking lot section. I rapelled in on the route adjacent to the one my subjects would be climbing. The route is about 90 feet, so I rappelled down about 35, leaving me 55 feet off of the ground. Once I got the rappel locked off, I clipped my camera bag onto the rock face with 2 camming devices and got ready to shoot. I realised I had the wrong card in my camera at this point so I swapped it out. As soon as I closed the case, I dropped it....65 feet....onto a rock. The case did get scuffed up pretty badly and popped open, though not until impact. I found that the case absorbed most of the impact and the cards just fell out when it popped open. there were 8 cards in it at the time, all of which were unscathed, and worked with no problem.
I bought two more.
If I had some criticism it would be that the clasp is not very firm, even in standard use it can be opened pretty easily, which is not really a big issue especially since it holds the cards within the slots VERY firmly.
The hard foam interior makes it tough to get a card in now and then. It seems like they don't fit, but they do. This only happens when there's already a card in a slot. Putting one next to it can be tricky, but once you know this, you learn the trick pretty quick. The yellow gasket keeps water out, should you ever drop it in water.
If that wasn't an issue I would go 5 stars. The case is very sturdy and seals well.