Pelican IM2600 Storm P4P Case. Storing P4P w/props. on & storing In a closed case

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Can you store the Phantom 4 Pro in a Pelican Storm IM2600 P4P case with the propellers on? It would facilitate the speed of getting into action when taking it in and out when traveling. The sunsets and or wildlife waits for no man. If some one does this without damage I would appreciate any response you may give.
 
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Can you store the Phantom 4 Pro in a Pelican Storm IM2600 P4P case with the propellers on? It would facilitate the speed of getting into action when taking it in and out when traveling. The sunsets and or wildlife waits for no man. If some one does this without damage I would appreciate any response you may give.
Replying to my own question : PS - I already have in possession the Pelican IM 2600 Storm Case, but I’m sure others would like to know if someone else has a different case that will store there’s w/props on.
 
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Gotcha, You have one but want to know if it works for the P4P coming soon? Maybe checking alternatives before yours arrives? Don't know but good idea.
 
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I do have the case and I also have the Phantom 4 Pro in the Pelicon Storm IM2600 case at present. I’m sure there are several people in the forum that want to know if the P4P can be in this case with the propellers on. As well as if there are any other cases that fit other Drones w/props on in different cases.
 
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Can you store the Phantom 4 Pro in a Pelican Storm IM2600 P4P case with the propellers on? It would facilitate the speed of getting into action when taking it in and out when traveling. The sunsets and or wildlife waits for no man. If some one does this without damage I would appreciate any response you may give.
We have a couple different brands, I think one is a CaseGuard and the last we got from CarolinaDronz. They both work great for a P4P with props on. If I get the chance soon, will get pics and post them.
 
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My go pro case works great. The pelican case was my first choice but got a deal on the go pro case. Here’s a pic of my case.
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Just must be checked that props are not compressed in any direction as they might bend.
 
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Here are pics of our cases. The two smaller ones are almost identical wheeled cases with an extendable handle, but only one has the manufacturer Case Club shown. The large case is a Pelican 1620, with a custom insert, from a company called Cobra($) I think. All three store the P4 with props on very well, for quite a while now, with no detrimental effect on the props. Hope this helps.
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Not nearly as robust as the others shown, but light and inexpensive. For this price you might just rob the foam insert to go in your IM2600.

 

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Nice!
But it is necessary to check props before each flight and it is usually done while attaching them (at least I do so). Not much benefit having them on all the time therefore.
 

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