Thomann Case InEar

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In Ear Case

  • Ideal for In Ear earpiece, adapter and other small parts
  • External dimensions: 180 x 120 x 55 mm
  • Internal dimensions: 160 x 90 x 40 mm
Available since December 2011
Item number 271366
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Type Transport bag
$11.90
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Useful and inexpensive
Mombasaflash 15.03.2020
I have several of these. I use them to store a wireless In-Ear monitor with all related cables and accessories, guitar transmitters, spare batteries, tools and all sorts of small bits and pieces.

It is a sturdy little case, with a rubber padded interior that prevents the contents rattling around, and is very inexpensive.

Others have complained that the clasp is not very secure. I have to agree. It can be tightened up with some bending using pliers, but ideally will need a rubber or velcro band to be secure and prevent unintentional opening and spilling of the contents.
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A simple solution for carrying around your InEars
NikMartken 04.07.2018
I was looking something compact and sturdy to put in my bag that could easily contain my Shure SE215 with some accessories and a pair of JTS IE-1. My search ended in this Thomann Mix Case 1812A, small enough to fit in my backpack and big enough to contain all I need.
The protection is great: the material looks like to be a high-density plastic with aluminium profile, everything is kept together thanks to the main clip that won't accidentally open in your bag and releasing all over the small parts like earplugs, adaptors etc...
Maybe some compartments inside would help to keep everything organised, but this is just a nice to have feature.
Well built, sturdy and compact: if you want to keep all your small gear organised in your bag, well, this is the right choice to go for.
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It is small
Tooomas 14.03.2020
It is not a flightcase quality, it is a small box. Very small actually. I thought I'd squeese a Behringer wired ear monitor unit and pair of t.bone EP4 earphones in there, but it was too small. Best use for me i found, is to hold two small condenser mics with clamps there. It has almost no upholstery but keeps small stuff safe and dust free.
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Great sturdy case
AnEng 30.08.2017
I'm happy to keep my in-ears in here. It's a solidly-built handy little case that can also be used for any other small items. It's lightweight and will provide all the protection you need, unless you are in the habit of driving over your gear in a car !

Pros: Strong, light, lid fits well.
Cons: It would have helped if it had come with a block of foam that could be cut for whatever you want to store in there. As it is, my in-ears bounce around in there. I need to get hold of some foam !
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