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Glenn Peñaverde
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Hi Everyone,

Would need some recommendation on what cases should I get. I have Mavic Air with controller,2 batteries,charger,USB, ND filters and extra props and I would like a case to fit them all that is small and compact that can also fit in a backpack. Since while traveling it's best to put it in yung hand carry. Backpack looks like this:






Any recommendations right now, my options is the PolarPro Minimalist but I saw bad reviews in Amazon, I also think the bag that comes in FMC one is great but I think its too bulky.



1-11 20:07
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djiuser_jBXOnzT6p8Z1
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I use a Polar Pro Rugged case for the M2P.

Light semi hard case, small and very well made. Priced well too. - It probably loads a little more than you need but there is nothing more annoying than finding your new case can not take a little extra stuff if needed.

I believe they make one for the Air.

https://www.polarprofilters.com/products/dji-mavic-air-soft-case

Recommended.

An alternative would be the DJI Fly more kit bag. Slightly smaller and also well made. - It fitted a little too tight for me but if space is absolute premium I cant think of many better alternatives. I could imagine the one for the 2Pro fitting an Air + accessories nicely.
1-12 01:13
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Glenn Peñaverde
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djiuser_jBXOnzT6p8Z1 Posted at 1-12 01:13
I use a Polar Pro Rugged case for the M2P.

Light semi hard case, small and very well made. Priced well too. - It probably loads a little more than you need but there is nothing more annoying than finding your new case can not take a little extra stuff if needed.

Will this fit with a backpack and still able to store more items  in the backpack? I feel like it's too big. As I already have this kind of case but it's too big for my backpack.

1-12 01:59
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djiuser_jBXOnzT6p8Z1
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You need to compare dimensions and work out what you need/can fit. See the link I provided.

I bought the polar pro rugged case because it is smaller than hard cases whilst still providing good protection.

Please re-read my first reply as I have added to it.

Good luck

Best Regards
1-12 02:05
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DJI Stephen
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Hello and good day Glenn Peñaverde. Thank you for the inquiry. I will be posting some links where you can check the overview and specifications of some of the cases for the DJI Mavic Air. I hope this can help as well. Thank you.

https://store.dji.com/product/ma ... t-v2&position=0

https://store.dji.com/product/pe ... ion=1&vid=43271
1-12 08:41
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coxr1
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RLSOCO Hard Shell Carrying Case for DJI Mavic Air Fly More Combo

Nice one - does all that I want
1-12 08:56
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jacksonnai
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Hmm... PGYTech carry case for Mavic air? it is compact and well made, small enough to put in your backpack
1-13 04:02
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nixuspix
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I am for RLSOCO Case too. Fits everything you mentioned plus PolarPro Mount with DJI Mount Bracket and 7.85" Crystalsky Monitor
1-13 06:06
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djiuser_LFDJqh2mhXJD
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I got this one on amazon and does exactly as required
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1-13 06:52
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Glenn Peñaverde
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djiuser_LFDJqh2mhXJD Posted at 1-13 06:52
I got this one on amazon and does exactly as required

How big is this? Would it fit to a backpack? this looks good. Initially my final call was PGYTech case
1-13 16:12
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