While some DJ gear is capable of sustaining quite a beating, others are less resilient in the face of relentless DJ related punishment. And just because Headphones, carts, and USB drives are relatively cheap, they’re just as mission critical as everything else. Thus UDG has made some multicoloured carbon hard cases to keep your accessories just that little bit safer.

DJ Mag Tech Award-Winning accessory maker UDG GEAR launches New Colorful PU Carbon of Headphone Hardcases Large, DIGI Hardcase Small & Cartridge Hardcases

The Netherlands, January 19, 2018: DJ Mag Tech Award-Winning accessory maker UDG GEAR has recently announced the launch of a uniquely Colorful PU Carbon of Headphone Hardcases, DIGI Hardcase & Cartridge Hardcase. The color comes in Black, Gold, Red, Silver and Yellow.

The New UDG Creator Headphone Hardcases Large PU were designed for the likes of Pioneer HDJ-2000MK2, HDJ-1500 and most foldable & non-foldable DJ headphones. The Creator DIGI Hardcases Small PU is designed to protect 4 USB sticks, SD Cards, Business Cards and In-ear Headphone. The Creator Cartridge Hardcases PU is designed to protect Phono Cartridges. All three PU Series are made from Durashock EVA with a Polyurethane Carbon Exterior and equipped with Soft fleece interior to protect your valuable DJ Equipments.

U8202 UDG Creator Headphone Case Large PU Carbon available for €24.95

U8451 UDG Creator DIGI Hardcase Small PU Carbon available for €16.95

U8452 UDG Creator Cartridge Hardcase PU Carbon available for €26.95

But wait… being based in the Netherlands, UDG appears to have missed the natural colour for them to do, and the best colour around — Orange. I guess we won’t be rocking on-brand cases around these parts after all.

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