As internet access has become more of a need than a luxury these days, the choice of Starlink for on-the-go access to the web has exploded in popularity. However, with an expensive equipment cost of $599, keeping it safe from the environment is an equally big need for those stretching the limits of internet access. With Savage’s purpose-built Starlink case, you can take your receiver unit plenty of places technology wasn’t built to survive.
Each Savage Starlink case includes all the fastening straps and dividers one would expect for a true weatherproof case. With a generous amount of foam eggshell padding, it feels like a case you can trust, and doesn’t give the impression that components will move around in rough and tumble conditions. In addition to the well-designed compartments for the Starlink unit, it also has a variety of Velcro straps for storing other items inside the case. It feels quite sturdy and secure, perfect for storing the expensive Starlink equipment safely.
The Savage Starlink case is built from a modified Pelican 1600 case, which provides some great peace of mind. Pelican cases have a stellar reputation, and for good reason. I use them to store all sorts of things that need a bit of dust and water protection, like handguns and cameras. That quality does come at a price, though, both for the case itself and the kind of weight and size it takes to weatherproof it.
While reportedly the smallest Starlink case on the market, the unit is still somewhat beefy. The size of the Starlink dish dictates the how large its carrying case has to be. With dimensions of 24 inches by 19 inches with a 9-inch height, it’s portable and easy enough to keep in a vehicle, but carrying it from point to point may be cumbersome. Velcro inside the case helps keep things secure, and there shouldn’t be much need to move the unit around besides setting up and tearing down Starlink.
When it comes time to get the internet up and running, the Savage case has a few different options for setting up the case. For the most compact setup, you can leave the router and cords prewired inside the case, pop the lid open, and hook up the antenna. You can close the case and leave only the antenna outside to protect the rest of the equipment from the elements, but keep an eye on the temperature inside the case to make sure it the router doesn’t overheat. While the case itself isn’t big enough for the standard Starlink antenna base, it does come with a handy mounting point for the dish on the lid.
Having on-the-go internet access with Starlink inside the Savage UTV case provides plenty of benefits. From working in the far corners of the world to just browsing the internet, you can have plenty of trust in the system when you know it won’t get bricked by some errant bumps, dust, or dirt. With a variety of ways to set up the system for your specific needs, an overall solid feel to its construction, and being built off a sturdy Pelican case, it is certainly an attractive option to protect your important equipment to get online from almost anywhere.
About Savage UTV:
The company came to life in 2018 after the owner and creator of our Savage Cases, Matt, was racing in the Score Baja 250 in San Felipe Mexico. Matt blew through multiple drive belts in the race and ultimately was not able to finish. Naturally, he returned to the States reflecting on how he could make improvements to his race vehicle. He discovered the way the belts were being stored on the car was actually causing them to be damaged. Storing your drive belt where they are exposed to the sun, moisture, dirt, and debris compromises the rubber compound and increases friction and heat on the CVT system. And so… Savage UTV Cases were born.
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