Old 08-30-2009, 06:02 AM #1
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I recently got a "Spyder I Pro" laser, but I would like something stronger than the cardboard case it came in. Specifically, I am looking for a plastic or aluminum case that is not too large, but can hold a large laser or a flashlight.

Is it possible to find such cases in warehouse stores like Costco, or do I have to search for them online?


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Old 08-30-2009, 06:24 AM #2
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Here's one place I have bought cases from:
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or this one i think you must buy at least three its about 30 shipped for three
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Walmart and FYE sell a series of cases that go by the name of "Vaultz" I got one that was supposed to be a CD case and ripped out the binder, replaced it with foam.

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Welcome to www.pelican.com Pelican™ Products - Manufacturer of high-impact, watertight equipment Protector™ Cases and safety approved, technically advanced flashlights

Pretty durable, and watertight. A lot of members would recommend this I guess.
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Nanuk Case 915 - Waterproof, Crushproof Professional Protective Case

That is the one that i use for all of my lasers. It is a little pricey but well worth the price to protect your "investment". They are shock proof, water proof [I tested that out in my pool, took about 27lbs to sink it], Lockable, etc. The best part about these is that they have "Pick-N-Pluck" foam. So it is already diced up in to squares so it makes it very easy to customize!






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Default Re: carrying case for large portable lasers?

I just used a thick cardboard box and filled it with foam. It was my "rough draft" though... I need a different kind of foam (the heavy, sturdy kind).

I think that FocalPrice or one of those companies was, at one point, selling just the cases for the SKY portable lasers. They look like this:


I don't see them for sale on FocalPrice right now, but if you look around, you might find something.
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Default Re: carrying case for large portable lasers?

Thanks for the suggestions.

However, most of those cases are a bit too large for my liking. I'm looking for something that will easily fit inside my backpack. Specifically, I'm seeking a case that is similar to that of NOVAlasers' NOVA series.
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Here's one place I have bought cases from:
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I also bought one of those. It was nice but the latch on mine kept breaking. It was crooked the first time so I sent it back and got a replacement. The latch on my second case broke off entirely so I sent it back but he didn't want to give me another case so he just refunded my money lol....

I was looking for a case for a PGL-c from Glenn's GB. I emailed LG to see if they will sell me one. Does anyone have one they would be willing to sell?

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