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Parrot Ar.Drone 2.0 Carrying Case. Military Spec Waterproof and Airtight Hard Case. Foam fits Quadcopter and its Accessories

June 9, 2014 - Comment

The Parrot AR.Drone Case is 100% made in the USA! It has innovative features for unmatched strength and durability. It is o-ring sealed and waterproof up to a depth of 3 feet. It’s airtight and built to withstand the most extreme conditions. Parrot AR.Drone Case is great for airline travel and features an automatic pressure

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The Parrot AR.Drone Case is 100% made in the USA! It has innovative features for unmatched strength and durability. It is o-ring sealed and waterproof up to a depth of 3 feet. It’s airtight and built to withstand the most extreme conditions. Parrot AR.Drone Case is great for airline travel and features an automatic pressure equalization valve, spring release latches that lock in place, and lock holders for padlocks and added security. Parrot case dimensions OD: 22.75″ x 15″ x 7.88″, ID: 20.40″ x 12.40″ x 6.75″

Product Features

  • 100% made in the USA!
  • It is o-ring sealed and waterproof up to a depth of 3 feet
  • Custom Hexagon Foam that provides a custom fit for your Parrot AR.Drone and all its accessories
  • Great for airline travel and features an automatic pressure equalization valve
  • It’s airtight and built to withstand the most extreme conditions

Comments

Brad Saltzman says:

Excellent Quality If you own the Parrot AR Drone and want it to be protected then this is the case to buy. After I bought it I was a little worried considering I had just spent so much money, however when it came I wasn’t disappointed in any way. Made from high quality plastic, a beautiful design, snug foam cut outs, this is the case to have. Plus there are two holes so that you could put a padlock on it. Sure, the cost is definitely a point of consideration but if you’re serious about your drone and keeping it…

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