Compact and built for the roughest conditions, the Nano 330 is perfect for protecting larger phones, cables, keys, wallets, credit cards, SD/memory cards, cigars, lighters and much more. Its interior rubber webbing keeps items in their place while its PowerClaw latch ensures even the biggest drops won’t pop it open. The Nano 330 protects your gear from the elements with an impact-resistant polycarbonate shell, water-resistant design and dustproof seal.
- Interior (LxWxH) 6.7 × 3.8 × 1.9”
170 x 96 x 49 mm
- Exterior (LxWxH) 7.4 x 5.1 x 2.6″
188 x 130 x 65 mm
- Lid Depth 0.5″ | 13 mm
- Base Depth 1.4″ | 36 mm
- Internal Volume 0.03 cu.ft (0.8 L)
- Weight (empty) 0.8 lb | 0.4 kg
- Temperature Range Min -20°F (-29°C ) | Max 140°F (60°C)
- Material Ultra resistant polycarbonate
- Max buoyancy 1.7 lb
- Padlock Holes Diameter
- Airline carry-on Yes*
*Check with your airline carrier before travelling.
I already have the Nanuk 920 case; strap it to a sea kayak to carry camera gear. Love the material, weight, and especially the way the latches work. So I ordered this 330 for a much smaller camera. Looks good, well-made, terrific and quiet latch system. Wish you made one with same depth but slightly smaller width/length, but I’m very happy with this one.
I wanted to get a rigid waterproof case to carry some small electronics safely (charger, cables, power pack, dongles)... Great design and smaller profile than competitors for similar internal volume. Great product...
I needed a case to hold my Neuro implant controller to protect it from damage and this was the case I chose. My device is properly protected and is safe when I travel. Makes me feel great knowing that my device is safe from damage
The case is fine. I read the reviews and someone stated that the mini 2 would fit in the case for the mavic mini (as there was no specific case for the mini 2).... And it did. I didn't anticipate that the controller would not. So I can get everything in the fly more combo in the case EXCEPT the controller. Kind of defeats the purpose of the case. I guess I should have been more careful. If the angled the cutout for the controller, it might fit just fine.
I recently purchased the Nano 330 as a secure and dust-resistant travel/storage case for a Nikon A1000 camera. This is the only camera system I use these days (after decades of hauling around heavy, bulky SLRs and DSLRs and multiple lenses), but they are notorious for accumulating internal dust and dirt through the telescoping lens barrel. The 330 is a little bigger than I would have liked (the 320 doesn't have quite enough depth), so I have added my own custom-cut foam blocks to create a close-fitting well for the camera. The case seals very tightly and securely and will do an excellent job of keeping dust and moisture from infiltrating.