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Description: This is our newest iteration of the SparkFun Inventor's Kit (SIK) Carrying Case. This spiffy carrying case was designed by our very own Ministry of Machines (designer of the S.H.O.V.E.L.) and features seven separate compartments under a translucent snap-in latch lid. The underside of the box has a translucent snap-in latch lid as well, with an additional three compartments, where you can put user manuals, documents, and even more parts!

These are great carrying cases for taking your prototyping project on the run.

Dimensions: 24x20x5cm

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Comments 4 comments

  • handy dandy little box to keep my project together while i build it

  • I like this case less than COM-11410. The lid doesn’t fit level and small parts can escape, and is very bendable so you could form an opening even with the latches closed. Additionally, the latches can be sometimes hard to lock in place. I’m glad I picked a dozen of COM-11410 on sale, a far better case in my opinion, as long as you handle the latches with little care. It also has grooves in the lid, so parts don’t get mangled inside (this case doesn’t) :-)

  • Is this plastic antistatic too?

    • Static tests with my uncalibrated cat were inconclusive, however the measured surface resistivity is greater than 100 MOhms, so it’s not antistatic or dissipative type plastic.

      Not shown in the dimensional drawing, the compartment depths are 1.73" (front) and 0.5" (back). The lids fit well, but could allow tiny (e.g. SMT) parts to escape.

      This is a great case; the only improvement I can think of would be to add a fold-down style carrying handle.


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