Hardcase backpack advice

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Need some advice off you lovely people, my wife is going to buy me a backpack for Christmas (UK) What would you recommend for comfort and protection ? (No condom jokes please)

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I got mine from Tomy Toys for £48.99 with free shipping, I could buy 4 of these compared to the DJI backpack


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For the price of this backpack, you can't beat it, holds 2 sets of props, the Charger and AC cable, 3 batteries plus one in the drone, extra USB cables, drone, controller

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The £40 ebay jobbies are very good value, perfectly cut foam, loads of storage comfortable and light.
Clones of the original DJI bag at a third of the price.

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I use an eBay special that cost around £40, it looks pretty much identical to the backpack pictured above, it's perfectly cut out and comfortably holds everything I need when I'm out and about with my P4.

I've seen others with the same backpack that paid much more for them, so it does pay to shop around. Mine has a glossy faux carbon fibre finish that was covered in a protective film when it arrived, be sure to remove it...I've seen others that haven't and it looks terrible! It comes off easily and looks 100% better.
 
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