Platt 407 Blow Molded Utility Case (12.4 x 8.9 x 5.15 Inches) 15 inch Diagonal Length

Item #: PLATT-407 MFG #: PLATT-407

Platt 407 Blow Molded Utility Case (12.4 x 8.9 x 5.15 Inches) 15 inch Diagonal Length
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List Price: $54.95

Our Price: $51.99

Availability: Direct Ship from manufacturer, contact us for availability

Item ships directly from the manufacturer and is subject to manufacturer availability. We will contact you with expected availability. You can also email [email protected], chat or call customer service (800)-522-2025 for expedited delivery options.

    Meet Platt's low cost solution to "Make-Your-Own" case needs. These cases are manufactured from prime, high-density polyethylene, with double wall construction. The textured exteriors resist dents, cracking and scuffs. The shells are unaffected by extreme temperatures. The hardware features mechanical latches that are field replaceable, and a mechanical hinge system that is made to last. All cases meet U.S. 94B Specifications as an electrical insulator and are impervious to chemical attack. All Platt Foam-Filled cases are filled with layers of cubed foam and a flat cushion in the bottom and convoluted and/or flat cushion in the lid.

    Exterior Dimensions (L x W x D): 13 1/2" x 10" x 5 1/2"
    Interior Dimensions (L x W x D): 12 3/8" x 8 7/8" x 5 1/8"
    Shipping Dimensions (L x W x D): 14" x 11" x 6"

    The Fourth Dimension!
    In addition to Height, Width and Depth there is another dimension that you should consider when purchasing equipment cases, The Diagonal Length! Keep in mind that the diagonal length (lower right hand corner to the upper left hand corner and vice versa) exceeds the width and height. It's a "math" thing but the diagonal length of this case is approximately 15 inches based on any on-line rectangle calculator. You can easily fit a 14 inch shotgun mic into this case with plently of room to spare for accesories as well. Something to ponder when buying any case.


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