RidgeMonkey GorillaBox Tech Case 295

The Gorilla Tech 295 from RidgeMonkey is fully weather resistant, and presented in a hard shell design, giving you an impressive protective profile, with a soft lined inner that cushions your tech items, keeping them from knocking against the hard sides of the case in transit, and protecting them from scratches

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The Gorilla Tech 295 from RidgeMonkey is fully weather resistant, and presented in a hard shell design, giving you an impressive protective profile, with a soft lined inner that cushions your tech items, keeping them from knocking against the hard sides of the case in transit, and protecting them from scratches.

Fitted with a chunky single zip, the Gorilla Tech Case 295 features fully customisable compartments, designed to offer protective storage for a bivvy lite and VRH headtorch, along with a handy integrated cable pouch.  Allowing you to carry all your bankside essentials safely and securely in one convenient luggage case, the Gorilla Tech 295 is a good choice for the active angler who likes to keep on the move, but still wants their bankside set up to be right on trend, and fully accessorised.

Sized at 300mm x 135mm x 80mm, this hardcase protects all your active lifestyle lighting options.

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Key Features

  • Weather-resistant hard shell
  • Soft lined inner
  • Chunky single zip
  • Customisable compartments
  • Cable storage pouch
  • Fits Bivvy Lite & VRH Headtorch
  • Approx. Dimensions: 300mm x 135mm x 80mm
  • Approx. Storage Capacity: 2950ml
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