If you’re searching for a small, tough case to protect your astronomy eyepieces or other equipment, the nPAE Mini Cerberus Case is just what you’re looking for.
Just like its larger sibling, the Cerberus, the Mini Cerberus case is a great companion for you and your equipment. With the same IP67 and IK08 rating as its big brother, the Mini Cerberus will safely look after your gear in transit. It’s crush resistant, dust resistant, impact resistant and water resistant to 1m.
The Mini Cerberus case is packed with a single layer of square pre-cut foam so you can shape around your equipment to keep it snug. The Mini has two holes on the lid and body so you can place a padlock on and a pressure release valve for flying. The lid is kept secure with 2 latches and 2 locations to place locks. The Mini Cerberus weighs just 1.3 lbs. (.6 kg) and its outer dimensions are 9.5 x 8 x 3.5 in (24 x 20 x 9 cm). Shown is the nPAE Theia90 collimating star diagonal & filter changer in a Mini Cerberus case.
If you are looking for more room to carry your astronomy eyepieces and other astro gear, the standard nPAE Cerberus case offers a 132lb (60 kg) carrying capacity, weighs just 7lbs (3.35 kg) and its outer dimensions are 18 x 15 x 7 in. (46 x 38 x 18 mm.).
You can learn more about both the nPAE Mini Cerberus case and the nPAE Cerberus standard case here.
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