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Hi everyone, I came across some great content on the forum so I thought it would be good to give back when I can. I recently travelled to Philippines and did a bit of diving there. I had questions marks about backpacking with my underwater gear (TG6, pt-059, Inon UWL-100 and its dome lens unit) and found some useful information on the forum (credits to @pbalves see thread 1, thread 2). I just wanted to share with you a cheap (£3.99) and convenient way to transport your Inon UWL-100 and its dome lens unit with a tupperware as some of the members have already done it. Hopefully it can inspire some others members who don't want to spend a fortune or/and are looking for convenient travel storage paces. The tupperware only costed £3.99. Thanks, Laurent C
Hi everyone, I am preparing for my first international trip in quite a few year (whohoo!!), and realising I am not going to be able to take my housing/camera/lenses/strobes in a carry-on. I'll be flying with Singapore Airlines / Scoot, so 7kg + a personal bag (max 10cm thick) is all I'll take, plus things in pockets perhaps. A Pelican 1637 Air Case sounds like a good solution, to check-in all my underwater photography equipment, except for batteries (the rebreather, wetsuit & other small bits will go in another bag). However I have read quite a few Wetpixel thread, including this one, and noticed concerns about a Pelicase attracting too much attention / risk of getting stolen, and I wonder how real this risk is. Can I ask: => If any one knows personally someone who got his/her pelican case stolen while it was checked-in? If so, what was the itinerary? => Who might have used a Pelican case checked-in for several trips without any issue? Let's not get off-track with tricks to stuff more things in cabin baggage, I am well aware of them (+ many not applicable on the companies I use, which are likely to weigh/measure the carry-ons). thanks a million Nicolas
I admired a traveler who used a very sturdy box to transport video camera, housing, fins, wetsuit, etc. Apparently it is called a Balikbayan box, but I can't find a seller in the US. These folks in the Phillippines produce both a wheeled box, and a cover with handles that can be used on a 20" x 20" x 20" box: http://www.lugmaxbags.com/travelbags.html The wheeled box is especially cool, with corrugated plastic instead of cardboard. I'm sure I'm not the only one who might have some moist gear on the return trip... Does anyone know where to get such items? Double-wall corrugated boxes in the right size is of course easy: http://www.pkging.com/Doublewall-Boxes-20-20-20-275 Check this out: