The SKB-6118W ATA Large Keyboard Case is designed for 88-note keyboards that measure up to 61" in length x 18-3/4" in width x 8-1/4" in height.This keyboard case meets ATA (Air Transport Association) Category 1 specs as airline shipping containers, and are fitted with TSA (Transportation Security Administration) locking latches. These latches allow... Click To Read More About This Product
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The SKB-6118W ATA Large Keyboard Case is designed for 88-note keyboards that measure up to 61" in length x 18-3/4" in width x 8-1/4" in height.
This keyboard case meets ATA (Air Transport Association) Category 1 specs as airline shipping containers, and are fitted with TSA (Transportation Security Administration) locking latches. These latches allow airport security to open the case without brute force methods that can damage both keyboard and case. The SKB case features a patented corner cleat design, and exterior bumpers protect the valances and hardware from impact damage. Built-in wheels.
Models that fit in this case include Casio WK-3000, Kawai MP9000, Korg i1, Korg PA-60, Korg PA-80, Korg PA1X, Korg Trinity ProX, Korg Triton Extreme 88, Korg Triton Studion 88, Peavey DPMC8, Roland EP-95, Roland Fantom X8, Yamaha DGX-500, Yamaha Motif ES8, Yamaha P-200, and Yamaha P-250.
Meets ATA Cat 1 specs
Fitted with TSA locking latches
Patented corner cleat design
Built in wheels
Interior dimensions: 60"L x 18.5"W x 9.5"D (152.4x47x24cm)
Minimum interior dimensions: 42"L x 9.5"W x 6.5"D (107x24x16.5cm)
Weight: 47 lbs. (21.3 kg)
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Comments about SKB-6118W ATA 88-Note Keyboard Case:
I recently tucked my Yamaha XPS90 into the SKB 6118W Large KB Case and checked the oversized item for a 2 hour plane ride. The TSA agent was happy that it had TSA approved latches. He was able to unlock it quickly with one of his magical keys and promptly examine it for explosives. Before he closed the case, he had me come around and witness him re-securing the keyboard so it would be snug and not shift. I had the TSA agent place his hands on the keyboard to try and move it. It didn't budge. I was confident it would be okay. When I picked it up, the keyboard had shifted; one of the corner 'holders' had moved. I know it was secure when it left.
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