Go Professional Cases Hard Case for Phantom 2 and for GoPro Accessories
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- Water-jet precision cut case with no die-cutting or punch-cutting
- Custom foam interior is housed in an SKB military spec case
- Meets ATA carry-on requirements so it's easier to transport your quadcopter
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Just in time for the release of the DJI Phantom 2! The Phantom 2 will accommodate the copter, upgraded radio, tablet or FPV Goggles and GoPro with accessories. In comparison, the Vision case (XB-DJI-Vision) will only accommodate the items that come as originally packaged by DJI and a few miscellaneous accessories. Fits: Phantom 2 with Zenmuse Gimbal Will accommodate 9.5" props attached 1 Charger 3 Batteries 1 DJI Radio or aftermarket radio Tablet up to 8" or FPV goggles 4 Spare 9.5" props 2 Spare Motors 1 GoPro Hero 3 and 3+ 2 GoPro batteries GoPro battery wall charger GoPro battery auto charger 4 AA Batteries for transmitter Accessory cavity for cables and misc. stuff Specifications: Exterior Dimensions: 20.25" x 16.93" x 8.78" Interior Dimensions: 19" x 14" x 8" Weight: 13.15 lbs Features: All our trademarked products are the highest water-jet precision cut. We never cut corners and die-cut or punch cut our custom cases. Our custom foam is housed in a high end SKB military spec case used by military and industrial leaders. We never use no-name cases. Lifetime guarantee, because we only make products that last Made in the USA, Shipped Worldwide Beware of copycat designs...If it doesn't say , Go Professional , it isn't guaranteed!
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As for this product's quality, it's fantastic. For those people on the Interwebs saying that the case feels "flimsy" or "weak", they need to figure out what kind of case they got in place of these SKB cases and return them immediately. The case itself, as in the shell of it, feels identical to my Pelican 1550EMS case that I carried in my EMT days - just as rigid and the seal also seems to be just as high of a quality as Pelican's. No, I have not submerged the case or hauled it in the back of my pickup in a Florida downpour, but that's not why I bought this case, nor why I have purchased the 10+ Pelican cases I've purchased over the years. The peace of mind this GoProfessional case brings is well worth the somewhat hefty price tag. Sure, you could get a Pelican case of similar dimensions to this for around the cost of this case/pre-cut foam, but honestly, I don't want to sit there and spend an hour or more plucking foam to fit the Phantom perfectly. The reason I say perfectly, is because the pre-cut foam in this GoProfessional case is truly perfect when it comes to the cutouts for the Phantom 2 Non-Vision itself (I do not have a gimbal/GoPro just for comparison sake). My only gripe is the amount of open space in the transmitter compartment; however, it happens to be the perfect amount of space for those of us that use transmitter straps. I have a Spektrum transmitter strap (purchased here on Amazon, as well) that folds up and sits in the compartment perfectly with the transmitter. The battery and other random compartments are also perfectly cut. The compartment for spare AA batteries is genius - yet again, more peace of mind knowing that I'll always have a spare set with me just in case I need them.
Overall, I highly recommend this case to anybody that owns and flies a Phantom 2 Non-Vision - be it the weekend hobbyist or the professional aerial photographer.
The case seems to be able to take a impact and keep on going. I opened it to find the sections inside already to be removed and with little effort I was able to remove them. The blue foam inside is very dense and seems to snuggle all the items it was designed to do. I was pleased that the parts to be removed were easy enough to get out. I used a butter knife to remove the pieces and I decided to hang onto them in the event I wanted to use them as fillers.
I began to place all my items in it, and the extra little spaces were used for tools I need and spare parts. I secured my drone inside, and made this routine practice. It is nice to be able to work from it in the field. It gives you one place to keep everything you need. There are some vertical pieces to hold the props in place while transporting.
While filming one afternoon, I finished and place everything inside. I was interrupted by a dog coming out of the woods. It was growling and barking at me and started to run for me. It was obvious the dog was wild or had run away and been on its own for a long time. I threw the case inside and climbed in the truck behind it. Once I got away I opened the case to inspect the drone and parts and everything was in great condition.
It is easy to carry and I fitted mine onto a backpack that I take on hikes and remotes areas. I did learn that it isn't waterproof, but I didn't expect that it would be. It is a great case to have and keep your stuff secured. However a lock clasp would have made this a little more practical for security purposes.
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!. The P3P controller won't fit without a little bit of trimming, but it does come out easily and trimming was no problem at all for me.
2. It is too tight of a fit in my opinion for me to leave the propellers on, so I take them off. Some have said that you could cut the foam from the lid and make them fit, I may try that in the future.
3. The space for the propellers only fits 4 props, so again cutting out some of the foam works wonders, I can now fit 8 propellers in that front space just by making it deeper.
4. It shows space for 3 extra batteries, I also made the bottom left work for a battery by adding a little bit of leftover foam, fits nice and snug.
5. I also modified the space on the far bottom right to hold yet another battery, had to cut out some foam, and insert some leftover from trimming.
6. The original and my 12v/automotive battery charger for the P3P fits perfectly into the large left middle space.
7. I use the top space for lanyard/cables/etc.