The new sizes offer an interior width-to-height ratio of 16:9 plus a few centimetres in height. The extra height allows you to transport consumer devices with a sound bar or foot. The new cases are more space-saving and some of the sizes now offer you truck packing dimensions.
The new sizes are named after the outer width of the cases. The size chart on the right will help you choose the right case size. The previous models can still be reordered, but will no longer be available from stock. The largest Screen-FlexCase in the series is currently for a 75 inch display.
Flex-Flightcase for different flatscreen display sizes
Screen-FlexCases are variable for different screen models. If you purchase a new flat screen, the screen holder in the Screen-Flex display flight case can simply be repositioned.
This is done using a simple and effective principle in which the screen is fixed between two adjustable retaining bars.
The smaller Screen-FlexCases can even be typed. This is possible due to the arrangement of the device holder to one side. To make it clear on which side the case can be placed, it has upright markings.
Two and more screens in one flight case
With additional holding bars, you can also transport two or three displays together in one case. The holding bars can be ordered separately as accessories.
The new Screen-FlexCases are available from 13 April 2015.