Just In Case You Missed Us at NAB-We Revealed Our Unique & Exclusive Prop Protection Design

We heard you, and we get it.  Storing the spare propellers in a single cavity in a case for the small birds works fine, but for those larger investments, the propellers need a much better protective solution.  So, we have designed individual propeller inserts behind the lid foam for the ultimate protection.  Each propeller is now secured behind the lid and snugly fit into their own precision cut foam cavity.  Now, there is room for a set and a spare in our featured cases.  Available on our DJI Inspire Landing Mode (ready to fly) Case and our DJI InspireTravel Mode.  Also, available and coming soon on our Latest Q500 Case and other cases in the queue and on their way!

Written By M. Davies, Chief Operations Officer

 


2 Responses

M. Davies
M. Davies

May 11, 2015

This particular insert shown is for the Inspire, and the quick answer is that you’ll need to check in the Inspire . We have heard that if you attach our low profile backpack system to the factory DJI Inspire Case, you can get it on most planes as a carry-on. But, we have not tried this ourselves, and not sure the factory case falls within the carry-on specifications for all airlines. However, our Hard Case Travel Mode and Hard Case Landing mode are way beyond the carry-on limitations. The protective cases are designed to store and transport the Inspire, batteries, tablets, and all accessories. The Q500 and Inspire are just way too big to expect to be able to take them as carry-ons in a protective enclosure. We do have some cases for the smaller craft (like the Phantom) that can be used as carry-ons on some airlines.

Monty Montanez
Monty Montanez

May 11, 2015

Would we be able to carry this case on the airplane as carry-on luggage?

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