And there you go!This is the one I have, Nanuk 915 Spark Flymore Case.
Different price for different colors.
It carries the charger, 5 batteries, guards, etc.
I have the iPad mini4 fastened to the lid, along with my PolarPro filters, with Velcro type fasteners, behind the foam.
I don't have a mat as I hand launch, but the lid is perfect to launch from.
This is the one I have as well. In my case I have the landing gear, silicone skin, prop protector and the gimbal protector all attached and stills fits
Longer battery life is fine, but “much further range”?I have a lot of trouble understanding this. Why buy an ultra small travel drone if you are going to lug it around in such a large case? For less than 1/2 the price of a Spark, you could buy a Parrot Bebop 2, which has a much longer battery life and much further range. Don't get me wrong; I love my Spark. I also have a Mavic Air and Parrot Anafi and have owned the Bebop 2 (which I sold because of the size). Please help me understand.
This the one I use for my Spark as well. It’s about perfect.
RLSOCO Carrying Case for DJI Spark - Fit for DJI Spark Drone, Battery × 4, Propellers, Remote Controller and Other Accessories: Amazon.ca: ElectronicsRLSOCO Carrying Case for DJI Spark - Fit for DJI Spark Drone, Battery × 4, Propellers, Remote Controller and Other Accessories: Amazon.ca: Electronicswww.amazon.ca
I have another for my M2P.
I think they balance size, portability, and professionalism very well, especially if I’m travelling, though I suspect something less solid/heavy might be useful if hiking/walking across country to a location (for which I might use the DJI Fly More Combo bag).This the one I use for my Spark as well. It’s about perfect.