Product Code: HPRC6200CUBBLK
Perfect for compact tripods, the HPRC6200 case is a terrific, lightweight case which can carry an expensive tripod that needs extreme protection from a hostile environment. Supplied with pick and pluck cubed foam which can be customised to a particular product, the case ensures that everything is kept rigid, when the case is being carried, no matter how rough the handling gets. No need to worry about the tripod getting damaged or wet, you can be safe in the knowledge that whatever gets thrown at thsi case (within reason!), it can handle it. The HPRC 6200 foam filled case, features two ergonomic handles made of PP SEBS material, one on the top narrow edge of the case and one on the lid, so it is comfortable to hold, whichever way its carried. HPRC have used metal pins to hold the handle to the case, so it can fold flat when not in use, but it also makes the case more comfortable to carry. The internal O-ring made of neoprene PA66 makes the case completely waterproof, which is perfect for anyone on a boat or out in all types of weather and the reinforced corners makes the HPRC6200 extremely shock-resistant. The material is guaranteed between a temperature range of - 40 ° C - (40 ° F) up to + 80 ° C (+176 ° F), which should cover most standard environments. The HPRC6200 has an automatic pressure valve, which adjusts the internal pressure of the case, giving an additional seal and the entire range of cases has been subject to rigorous checks under test conditions, to ensure they perform to the highest standard.
All HPRC cases are watertight, resistant to dust, moisture, acids and sand & withstands falls and impacts.
651x279x243(mm) - 25.63x10.98x9.57(in)
700x335x292(mm) - 27.56x13.19x11.50(in)
112mm / 4.41inch
131mm / 5.15inch
|Weight (with cubed foam)||
5.80kg / 12.78lbs
Free delivery to UK Mainland on all orders over £30
£2.95 on orders below £30
Express and Saturday also available
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Unfortunately we are currently unable to ship orders into Europe.
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