Find a good transmitter bag at a good price is not that easy. The best quality price ratio can be found with Camera shoulder bags, but then you have to be carefull with the inner size of the bag.
Why a bag instead of a aluminium case ? Do some walk with the equipement in the mountain to reach the slope and you will quickly understand that minimizing the weight of what you bring is critical. But I don't want to sacrifice the protection of the main equipement, especially the transmitter !
Of course you can buy dedicated trasmitter bag from main RC manufacturers, but they are not providing a super protection and the quality is poor, from my point of view.
I have always been a fan of the brand Case Logic, and I found on their website a great bag that has the right dimensions for a transmitter.
I found a superb deal at Rue du Commerce where this bag is at 20 Euros only, with 1Euros of shipping cost !
so I bought 2 of them for my 2 JR tramsitters.
The Case Logic TBC 309 is simple enough, has 2 external pockets, a shoulder strap, and a handle.For me it has the perfect shape to host the transmitter, protect it well, and be convenient in all occasions. The finish quality is far superior to what you can get from RC manufacturers, expecially for that price. In addition is has a 25 years warranty !!!
Inner size: 24.1 x 13.5 x 23.9 cm, external Size: 26.7 x 20.3 x 26.7 cm
I will post more pictures as soon as I get them, that is to say in few days :) !
Stay tuned !
For those who are insterrested in the best deal I found, here is the link to Rue Du Commerce, a big internet shop in France
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