01.09.2008 08:05 AM
Petrol introduces improved Eargonizer case

Petrol has introduced an improved Eargonizer carrying case for sound equipment transportation.

Petrol’s professional sound gear carrying case comes with several upgrades designed for greater user ease and convenience. At the rear, the Eargonizer is equipped with a longer Velcro holding strap. This allows the strap to more firmly grip the top carrying handle and anchor it to the back of the bag when not in use.

The new, fully transparent vinyl top cover provides better visibility of the bag’s contents. Three D rings have been added at the top of each side to enable a greater range of carrying options. A neoprene carrying strap is now included.

For more information, visit www.petrolbags.com.



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