When DJI released their Inspire 1 UAV, they had the market all by their own. The Inspire was the first "prosumer" drone and filled in the market gap perfectly. We immedietely got our hands on one and totally fell in love with it. However, we found to transport such a big bird has become a tedius task. The legs have to be retracted, the camera has to be detached, then the flimsy handle fell off from the original case. We set out to make the perfect backpack to fix all these issues and more. Nearly a year later, we have the InsPak. Now to transport the Inspire, all you have to do is land the drone, un-wind the props and put it straight into the hardshell backpack, camera attached and legs in landing mode! The backpack will also survive dusty environment, day-long rain, and bumpy roads. At mearly 6.5lb with arched back, it makes long hiking trips a breeze. The handle and straps are super heavy-duty. The molded core can accommodate 2 remote controlers, 4 extra batteries, 12 props and an Ipad mini. The backpack was field-tested by several professional film crews and received rave reviews. The structure of the backpack is very solid and the water-resistant EVA shell made it all-weather ready. Own one today and you will never look back.
The core is replaceable to accomandate future generation of Inspires and accessories.