WHAT PENN ELCOM HARDWARE IS USED?
WHY ARE THEY IN SUCH HIGH DEMAND?
The COLORado PXL Curve 12 is one of the newest lights on the market, customers will agree that having a nice new shiny light is attractive to them. But one of the main focuses as a consumer is being able to protect and transport the components safely.
With its awkward design, we are yet to see any alternatives to case the light. Which is why we knew we had to do something about it we have plenty of customers that have − bought this light, with no way to store it well. Until now.
WHAT MAKES THIS CASE SO TRICKY/WHY IS THIS SO INNOVATIVE?
The curvature of this light makes it tricky to keep still in transit, making it vulnerable to damage. As designers, we have had plenty of discussions on what is the best way to transport the Curve 12, whilst still having a quick and easy de-rigging process.
Our design allows maximum protection whilst allowing storage for 3, or 6 lights at a time – offering as much storage as possible.
WHAT FEATURES DOES IT HAVE THAT MAY NOT BE CLEAR?
Slam Latch accessories panel in the door, for cables and any other parts to allow items to be stored together.
Carpet lined base and sides of partitions for protection in transit.
Chamfered foam on the door of the case, this is for any head on protection of the lights. The chamfer prevents any harsh lines of foam getting ripped/cut during contact with the lights.
Vents on the sides and base, to allow excess water to drain – this prevents buildup of moisture on the IP rated light.
Auto Aligning wheels – for easy stacking purposes.
Deep wheel dishes – for stability when cases are stacked
Please note: we do not keep stock of our flight cases, all flight cases are made to order. Please contact us for an accurate lead time.