GoProfessional Cases DJI Matrice 200/210 12 Battery Case

Vendor Part Number
GPC-DJI-M210-BTRY12
$310.00
  • Compatible with TB50 & TB55 Batteries
  • Holds 12x TB55 / 24x TB50, or combination of both
  • Foam is housed in a high end SKB military spec case
  • UV, solvent, corrosion and fungus resistant (MIL-STD-810F)
  • Complete gasket seal makes this case watertight
  • Resistant to impact damage
  • Stainless steel locking loops for customer supplied lock
  • Made in the USA
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The DJI Matrice 210 battery is designed for the full production day. Carry your full set of (12) TB55 batteries or (24) TB50 batteries (adapts with removable perforated blocks) or a combination of both with ease. GPC houses them in a military grade SKB case and a polyethylene foam set that has the desired resilience of higher density foams and plus reinforced layer for ultimate durability.

This authentic GoProfessional Cases DJI Matrice 200/210 12 Battery Case comes brand new in sealed, original packaging! As an Authorized DJI dealer, DSLRPros only carries genuine DJI products! Inferior quality third-party parts may be available, but they can pose a risk to your drone.

Reach out to our Solutions Consultants team if you have any questions! We are happy to help! Feel free to reach us via phone, email or chat. Our team of friendly and knowledgeable experts are standing by ready to provide you with excellent customer service!

No need to wait for delivery of your product if you are in the Southern California area! Local pickup is available at our location at 19850 Nordhoff Pl, Chatsworth, CA 91311. Please contact us to confirm product availability ahead of time.

  • Exterior Length: 21.26 in
  • Exterior Width: 16.75 in
  • Interior Length: 19 in
  • Interior Width: 14.38 in
  • Interior Depth: 8 in
  • Weight: 15 lb 0.00 oz
  • Shipping Weight: 17 lb

  • 1x GoProfessional Cases DJI Matrice 200/210 12 Battery Case

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