The 41 x 29.5 x 10.2 cm bag resembles a small suitcase externally and in fact could be used for this purpose or as a carry-on bag and has an elasticated external band which can be looped over the extended handle of a wheeled suitcase. The bag is made from semi rigid Oxford Fabric – so don’t go putting suitcases on top of it – and seems very well made and robust. It has a strong brass double zip securing the top and this opens to reveal a 10cm deep base section with a fully modular and adjustable set of rigid dividers which can be positioned as needed to make up to ten storage compartments. The dividers can be removed altogether if required to make one large storage area. The lid section of the case has nine elasticated pockets suitable for brushes or other small items. One thoughtful addition is the addition of a pull down Velcro fastened flap to cover it to protect the rest of the case from spills or smearing from brushes stored here. Both the inner surface of this flap and area that it covers are made from a high gloss wipe clean plastic. The lid also has a zipped full size internal pocket suitable for documents, mirror or even an iPad.
For myself I plan to use this case to store and transport delicate electronic engineering equipment and for this I feel it should be perfectly suited.
There are cheaper alternatives priced rather less than the £49.99 asked for this case from ROWNYEON but I doubt they would have the professional level build quality of this one or the attention to detail clearly spent on the design.