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Need Pelican case recommendations for 12 portables

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CHPMustang

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I'm seeking recommendations for what size pelican case (on rollers) for 12 Motorola CP150/200 portables and 2 six bank chargers.

Purpose is to easily load into the trunk of my car, transport to the soccer field office for use by my field marshals then load out at the end of the day as the office has had recent break ins and since we are non profit,we can't afford to replace them.

If I could even locate a case that has 12 charger cups built in (just plug the case in) with sufficient room to store 12 portables is an option as well.

Shoot those suggestions!! Thanks!
 

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RodStrong

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Not so sure I can help you with sizes, but you may want to consider Seahorse cases if you have never heard of them. They are cheaper priced than Pelican, and would probably work just fine for your needs. I have bought a dozen or so of them in the past couple of years for various radio projects. Good luck.

Seahorse Cases - Waterproof - Protective - Made in USA
 
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