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post #1 of 4 Old 10-03-2012, 11:40 AM - Thread Starter
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Though most of my work is done at home for reviews, I wanted to ask the pros out there what they used for storing and transporting their gear around. Right now I'm just using a combination of the i1Pro case and some other bags, but would like to keep everything in a single, sealed case that is well organized if possible. I'm hoping those that travel around a lot have a suggestion for that they use. Thanks.

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A Pelican was my initial thought, but I had seen some people complaining that the foam starts to fall apart from continually inserting and removing gear over and over. Any issues like that?

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I use a storm case...pretty much like a Pelican.






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