Long stand DJ luggage purveyor UDG has some new stuff they’d like you to know about. Aside from cases fro the new Denon MC7000 and Roland DJ-808 controllers, they’ve also got an interesting single turntable/mixer case, squarely aimed at scratch DJs on the go.

A very brief bit of PR follows:

The Netherlands, October 15th  2017.  Available Soon! UDG’s new Ultimate Flight Case Scratch Plus (Trolley + wheels) single turntable mixer flight case is the Ultimate Scratch flight case every Turntablist has been looking for. The heavy-duty road case fits a turntable “in battle mode” and a single 10” or 12” mixer and can be easily transported thanks to the integrated trolley system and built-in corner wheels. The mixer compartment features removable front and rear panels to enable the mixer to be positioned on the left or right side of the turntable for left or right hand scratchers while the turntable can also be positioned in the reversed way (for left and right hand scratchers)” stated Michael Schmeitz, the CEO at UDG.

UDG Flight Case Scratch Plus (Trolley + wheels) is available for €299.95.

Other new Flight Cases launched:

UDG Flight Case Roland DJ808 Black (Laptop Shelf ) for €239.95,

UDG Flight Case Denon MC7000 Black (Laptop Shelf ) €239.95.

Before someone mentions it in the comments, the Scratch Plus is pretty much the same as Magma’s Scratch Suitcase, an earlier product designed in conjunction with DMC winner DJ Brace. I wouldn’t have thought that there a big market for one, let alone two. You live and learn.

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