This compact case is designed to easily wheel up to a 4-light kit anywhere. The handle simply pulls outward allowing you to wheel this case just as easily as you can wheel luggage.
The corners of the case are lined with a heavy-duty protective strip further protecting the gear inside.
Oversized compartments allow you to easily handle up to a 4-light kit. The one side of the case is designed to fit light stands and heavy items and includes heavy duty straps to lock light stands into place. The other side houses two large zippered compartments for light heads, lamps, cords and contain adjustable padded dividers.
Two ways to transport
This case can easily be transported either by being wheeled or simply carried using the top cushioned handle strap.
Label your bag
Included identification area allows for placement of a business card or additional identification label.
Top notch craftsmanship
Heavy-duty zippers, straps and components are used to make sure this bag reflects the quality you'd expect. For airline travel, Westcott does recommend a hard travel ATA style case. Many times ATA cases can be found to fit this actual bag inside bringing the cost down by not having a costly custom interior.
Reviewed by 4 customers
I was a loyal customer at Adorama until now. The estimated shipping cost was $55.00 on this item. I went shopping and found it for the same price with free shipping in the US.
I've had this bag for just over a year. I just started to use it for taking my gear with me. I only used it a handful of times before the zippers started to come apart. This is the zipper on the outside. =(
Love the design, the wheels, stackable, stores easy, makes moving alot of stands and lighting very easy...complaint however is that the internal zipper broke immediately after first use!
Nice case in all respects but one: the interior zippers are extremely flimsy and broke almost immediately after I received the case. The interior zippers seal the various pockets, so they are not absolutely crucial - but still. The exterior zippers are larger and appear to be holding...so far.