Product DescriptionChrome Industries Rocks
There are many DJ bags in the market, although how many can pass the test. The answer is Chrome.
The ultimate all purpose urban lifestyle bag called the Blackbox is now available. The Blackbox a stylish squarish black bag able to lock away your vinyl as well as your laptop in its very own padded cell. The semi-rigid construction offers maximum protection from crushing and impact. On the inside you get additional protection from a removable padded laptop sleeve. Without the sleeve the DJ can load 32 records the perfect amount for the late night gig at the endup or your friends party. The Blackbox comes equipped with a super comfortable shock absorbing neoprene shoulder strap with industrial strength snaphook hardware. Consideration was given for the full spectrum of the urban dweller. Use this bag as carry-on or give a presentation to a client; the bottom line is that when its time to pack your vinyl your ready. Check out Chrome at local dealers around the bay area or visit the website at chromebags.com or the retail show room located at 1086 Folsom, San Francisco, which also caters to courier and messenger bags, all Chrome bags feature a lifetime guarantee.
Internal Dimensions: 13.5x12.5x4.5
External Dimensions: 14.25x13.25x5
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