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Full carbon fibre case, ultra light at 1.8kg. Supreme quality, black/silver carbon fibre weave. Compact, strong and light.
Premium quality professional grade case in full carbon fibre fabric. Individually hand made in Germany. These cases are the ultimate combination of weight, strength and durability.
We rate all our cases according to the level of use they are suitable for. Please take these into account when selecting a case. We rate this case as suitable for music student and professional use.
14 out of 16 found the following review helpful
Pros: Lightweight, quality construction. Feels very strong but slim and compact. The handle is really comfortable and the rucksack straps also very comfortable, of excellent quality and with extra metal rings for safety. Likewise locks feel solid and made to last. There are actually 4 bow holders (hard to see from the photo) and string tube. Fits easily into overhead lockers on planes.
Cons: Slightly functional interior, not high on glamour.. Doen't seem to be a huge amount of padding, though enough in the right places. Good size zipped pencil case secured with velcro for all accessories, though still getting used to that. Music pocket is attached to exterior. It seems a bit flimsy, time will tell. Also only big enough for A4 music. Would have liked the option of a hygrometer.
Other: This seems to be an excellent product. I was looking for something very strong and very light, this seems to be a good combination of both. Any slight negativity is probably due to features that are keeping the case light. Overall I'm delighted, it feels worth the money.
4 out of 4 found the following review helpful
Pros: The light weight combined with the strength of shell to protect a valuable instrument.
Cons: Poor placement of buffers ('feet') on the curved surface, so that the case was very unstable when set down on its edge until I added extra spacers to the two 'feet' on the body of the case to make it stand more upright. Minor points worth noting: the interior is quite spartan, as might be expected in view of the light weight, and the glossy, curved outer surface is hard to control with the knees when sitting with it upright on a train, in contrast to my old, heavy, canvas-covered rectangular case. I have found it necessary to add self-adhesive cloth pads in strategic places to stop it slipping dangerously away from me. But the reduction in weight makes all this worthwhile when I have to walk far with it.