SKB Introduces New Military-Grade Cases for Go-Pro Cameras

SKB has introduced the new iSeries of waterproof military-grade cases for GoPro cameras.

SKB said there are four new military-grades cases and accessories available. They range from a compact single camera case up to a dual layer, six camera case.

All four GoPro cases feature camera pockets that will accommodate any generation of GoPro camera. The single and dual cases have a single layer of foam that can hold additional batteries (any size) as well as accessories.

The larger cases offer storage for additional cameras as well as a lower layer for accessory storage. The foam interiors are constructed with high-quality Stratocell foam with a contrasting red capped Cellu-Cushion polyethylene foam top.

All models are available for immediate delivery. Prices range from $39.99 for a single camera case to $159.99 for a six camera case.

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