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Keep your sensitive items safe and sound even in the harshness of the outdoors. Stash everything from sunglasses to smartphones to cameras inside the Cache Box and they’ll be well protected against impact. With a soft interior lining and organization pockets with elastic straps to secure small parts, nothing can disturb your valuables. Not even a hungry bear.
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I just got the Large Cache Box and was delighted to find that it perfectly fits my Nikon D600 with Pro lens attached, plus enough space to fit a 2nd Pro lens. The inside of the box is lined with the same materials that is used inside of camera bags, so I was able to utilize some of the velcro padding from my other bags to line the outside of the box. Extra safe for my DSLR. I always take my DSLR backpacking, but worry about it getting bounced around in my pack, this case will help protect my camera in any backpack that I put it in. Very exited to take this out on an excursion. Just ordered the Medium Cache box to see if it will fit a spare lens. Alex on Nov 6th 2016
Hey this little box made me happy to know what and where things are when I set up my tent to camp! It stores all the small things I usually carry in my pants pockets and had to worry if I lost them. Now with this added Cache Box.. I can have it strapped inside the tent and it is safe to keep my Cell, Wallet, Cords, Or my Keys that I worry about! Made the day when I saw it right before I was to go camping with friends. Its easy to use or share it (the G/F) to use as needed. Phil on Mar 22nd 2016
This is a great little storage box/pouch. The only reason it was short one star was because the material used to make the box/pouch does not really form a square shape making it hard sometimes to zip it up. JJ on Aug 30th 2013
I've been using the large Cache Box for about 6 months to carry my camera and lenses. I can fit my 55-200, 18-55, 50, and my D5100 with my 35mm attached. While it took some time to figure out the correct configuration to fit everything it fits like a glove now. I put in extra padding in the lid so the camera equipment wouldn't move around and be a bit more protected. Using this set up is very stealth as it doesn't scream look at my expensive camera gear over here. The side interior pocket is great for extra filters. All in all I'm very happy with this product and would purchase again. I think I need to get the other sizes to round out the storage capabilities. Nice work Kelty. Thomas on Aug 26th 2013
Great little boxes! So far I just have the small one but it has become the perfect option for me. The size has been ideal for large rechargeable batteries for a dslr camera. I carry 6 batteries(could fit 7) in the bottom area and 6 compact flash cards(could probably fit 12+) in the top net. Stores great in a pack or a jacket pocket(small size) and are very sturdy as mentioned. I agree that some padded separators would be perfect for the larger versions and really wish they would come out with one about twice the size of the largest options as it would make a perfect box for a full camera and multiple lens set up. Either way, I'll be buying more of these very soon. John on Aug 14th 2013
That would be nice Bryan, some extra padded inserts would help keep things separate. I am impressed with these little units, I actually have all three sizes and find uses for all three. It's a convenient place to keep all your smaller backpacking items. They are stackable on an external frame and support their shape nicely. I'm testing mine out this weekend, but so far I'm sold on the quality alone. Tyson on Jul 31st 2013
Electronics incognito! Works really well for storing power and connector cords for my gps, ipod, and camera. I do wish they'd make a version with those foam blocks so everything in the case would separate like I want it to. Bryan on Feb 25th 2013