Many thanks to Joe (K0NEB) who writes writes:
I found this case at Harbor Freight [see above]. It adds weatherproofing and I put in a 3D printed key I make and cables and a pen and notepad for logging and copying CW.
73 de K0NEB
Here’s a link to this case at Harbor Freight; it seems to be their equivalent to the Pelican 1060 which is an ideal size for many compact QRP radios.
Thanks for the tip, Joe!
FYI: Joe is the kit building editor at CQ Magazine where you’ll find his many excellent articles. In fact, he’s featuring the TR-35 in his April column at CQ Magazine.
Many thanks to Mark (W8EWH) who writes:
I read with interest your posts about the PENNTEK TR-35 and liked it enough to go ahead and order one for myself. I built it over a couple of weekends of occasional work, and put it on the air. I really like it.
Since I’d like to take it out on some POTA activations, I did some investigation into a case and found the following case on Amazon:
Click here to check it out on Amazon.com (affiliate link).
This case fits the TR-35 very nicely. See the attached photos.
There is even room for a couple of cables to be tucked away under the mesh on the lid side. The only modification I made was to add a couple of pieces of packing foam around the top and BNC side to just keep the radio from sliding around a little. But really a person preference of mine.
I thought I’d share this with you so you can share with others that have this radio and are looking for a nice hard case.
What a great tip, Mark! Looks like it fits the TR-35 perfectly. Thank you for sharing this!