Whatever you need to protect, wherever it's going, from pitchside to mountainside, Zarges have the case you need, with a huge selection of sizes and specifications available. Click below to see the full range available for each category and get free delivery, direct from the manufacturer, on all orders to mainland UK, simple, secure payment, including PayPal, a ten-year guarantee on all cases and hassle free returns.
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K470 Aluminium Case
The world famous K470 is a lightweight, rugged aluminium case that comes in 25 different sizes.
From simple hand-held options to giant containers with a volume range from 13 to an eye watering 829 Litres.
If it's mobility you need then look no further. 6 different sizes with volumes from 28 to a massive trunk box sized 120 Litres. Optimum mobility through integrated 50mm castors as standard. Other wheel sized options available.
The sturdy and lightweight aluminium box with distinctive blue corners that comes with a comprehensive range of additional accessories. Available in 9 different sizes and volumes ranging from 27 to a whopping 414 Litres.
The most popular sports equipment cases on the market, used by professional sports clubs around the world. The ZARGES Aluminium container with its stackable corners is the quality solution for packing, storage and transportation!
Choose the most appropriate sized ZARGES Aluminium container and create your very own custom form inserts, created especially for you, to house your drone for the ultimate protection during transportation!
The irresistible pull of exploration and the dream of discovery takes scientists and their assistants to all corners of the world, enduring a huge range of challenging environments, both en-route and on site.
Zarges aluminium cases are trusted by experts across the globe to transport their technology to even the most rugged and remote environments. Each specialist field requires expensive and fragile scientific equipment which must be protected at sea – even in the toughest of conditions.