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CT Large Case for Tripod and Tray
After installing an electronic focuser on my SVX102T, it became obvious that it would no longer fit into the original Stellarvue case. In addition, I was interested in storing the SVX102T with my imaging camera and field flattener installed and in the same orientation after a night of imaging to facilitate sequential nights of imaging the same object. The Stellarvue CT Large Case for Tripod and Tray provides an excellent, and affordable, solution to address these issues.
Nice tote bag for 102T!
I purchased this as a case to carry my assembled 102T rig to sites. Its size allows me to place the scope with camera and other paraphernalia inside with little disassembly. This cannot be done with the original case in which the scope comes (the filter wheel/OAG lay horizontally--nearly 12 inches across). Since the scope is on risers, everything is off the floor.
With the extra room, I have places to stash various other things.
Case quality is the usual excellent build like others from Stellarvue. All I need now is a good strap to hook onto the clips at the case's sides to make it easy to carry to the car. I have pictures should anyone wants to see the inside.
Stellarvue CT Large Case
My David H Levy Comet Hunter Telescope fit perfect.
This case really is padded. It was delivered just like this. You can't fold it. No straps or pockets. I could not
have picked a better bag for my telescope. Very Very Happy.
CT Case for Denali Tripod
This is a very nice case. Granted, it's not an Anvil case, but it doesn't weigh as much as one either. I'm sure it will provide adequate protection for my tripod. Keep in mind that it does weigh about 35 lb once it's loaded. I would highly recommend an adequate amount of sleep and eat your Wheaties before going out. Hats off to Vic and the entire team at Stellarvue. As usual, you guys are extraordinarily awesome!
Stellarvue Cases are pretty great
I have 2 of these cases. One came with my SV102 Access, the other with my Denali Tripod; except for shape and size they seem identical.
They are built with thick padded walls and tough exteriors, big smooth zippers and soft-lined interiors to minimize damage to your stuff. The velcro pads hold your stuff in place nicely.
Dual carry handles/shoulder strap makes a real difference when toting your stuff to sites depending on weight or maneuvering it into the back seat without manhandling it too much.
A small pocket, inside or out, to hold allen wrenches, screws, etc would be nice but certainly not a deal breaker.
Recommended if you want to protect your equipment.