PRC Nomad Case
PRC Nomad Case
PRC Nomad Case
PRC Nomad Case
PRC Nomad Case
Click to zoom in

PRC Nomad Case

CS-NK
  • Made in the USA, the PRC Nomad Case is the perfect solution for the transport and storage of your charger and accessories.
$119.99

The Nomad is the last word in case versatility. With over 1500 cubic inches to play with, what you do with this case is limited only by your inventiveness. Use half for storage and half for charging; mount a lead-acid battery alongside a power supply so you can charge wherever you find yourself; create a circuit-breaking charging station with multiple power supplies and chargers; store your radio and model in the customizable foam insert (available separately) - the possibilities are endless.

With a briefcase style footprint Nomad offers 8 inches of vertical depth to give you a peerless storage solution and a huge work area combined in one case.

Choose from Spec-Ops Black, Solar Orange, Nuclear Yellow or Battleship Gray. Whichever you go for, you're going to be getting some jealous looks. Both the bottom and top interior of the case have a permanent lining that allows for the installation of any accessories using simple Velcro strips. Reconfiguring the items in your case or removing them at home or the field is just as easy!

With plenty of accessories available, it's easy to turn the Nomad from empty case to your perfect charging station.


  • Material: 6mm Polypropylene
  • Features: Waterproof, Airtight, Pressure Relief Valve, Molded Padlock Holes, Neoprene O-Ring Seal
  • Weight: 3470g
  • Outside Dimensions (LxWxD): 20x16x7.5in
  • Inside Dimensions (LxWxD): 18x13x6.5in
  • Inside Lid Depth: 1 1/2in
  • Standards: Satisfies MIL-SPEC and IP Standards 67
  • Warranty: Lifetime Case Guarantee - Made in the USA
Read More
Read Less

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
86%
(6)
14%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
C
Carl V
I shouldn’t have waited so long!

I’ve been eyeballing Progressive RC’s charging cases for years, but I kept putting it off. Fast forward to Spring ‘21 when I finally decided to contact them for one of their partial Signature Case builds as I already had an iCharger 406 and a TDK Lambda HWS1500-24 power supply.

Unfortunately, when I went to look for the specific Signature build in the Nomad (XL) case I saw that it was discontinued. I contacted them and Yarden started working with me to initially recreate then ultimately design and build a custom deck for me complete with my last name. Yarden even took the time to tidy up the component placement so the deck looked clean without me having to ask; this workmanship and thoughtfulness are so hard to find these days!

When I received the case I lifted the deck to inspect the wiring job and was very pleased with the work. I’m admittedly OCD when it comes to anything I work on and the components were installed and wired like I would’ve done it.

I did end up installing two additional components into the case in the name of longevity. I run my PS at 30V and the case has two 60mm 24V exhaust fans mounted in a pull configuration. Yarden advised me that the fans would be spinning a bit faster at 30V and may have a slight decrease in life, but it would be fine. I ended up installing a stepdown voltage reducer with a 24V output. I’m not sure what the panel mounted USB charger/voltage display’s max voltage input is, but it’s showing a steady 24V.

The other item that I installed is a small centrifugal (radial) fan. I tested the whole rig by running a pair of 6,500 mAh 4S LiPos through a storage to 100% charge at a conservative 2C, discharge at 40A to LVC through an external resistor at ~600W, back to 100% charge at 2C, discharge down to LVC, and back to storage. Ambient temps were 75°F. The iCharger was showing a max of 129°F at some points. I was guessing that the air just in front of the front face of the iCharger was stagnant so that’s why I added the radial fan. I ran the same charging cycle and only saw 118°F. Nice!

My only regret is not working with the awesome crew at PRC and investing in a case sooner!

Z
Zachary
Excellent case

The case is of superb quality. Progressive rc even called me to clarify part of my order and shipped quickly.

A
Aaron
Sweet

Absolutely worth the money. My setup is two 800 watt power supplies, an icharger 4010 duo and 306b. Everything fits in nice and compact and the deck on is just awesome.

K
Kevin
Custom case

I love my new charging case.Very Nice!!!

T
Terry
First custom case.

Very nice

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
86%
(6)
14%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
C
Carl V
I shouldn’t have waited so long!

I’ve been eyeballing Progressive RC’s charging cases for years, but I kept putting it off. Fast forward to Spring ‘21 when I finally decided to contact them for one of their partial Signature Case builds as I already had an iCharger 406 and a TDK Lambda HWS1500-24 power supply.

Unfortunately, when I went to look for the specific Signature build in the Nomad (XL) case I saw that it was discontinued. I contacted them and Yarden started working with me to initially recreate then ultimately design and build a custom deck for me complete with my last name. Yarden even took the time to tidy up the component placement so the deck looked clean without me having to ask; this workmanship and thoughtfulness are so hard to find these days!

When I received the case I lifted the deck to inspect the wiring job and was very pleased with the work. I’m admittedly OCD when it comes to anything I work on and the components were installed and wired like I would’ve done it.

I did end up installing two additional components into the case in the name of longevity. I run my PS at 30V and the case has two 60mm 24V exhaust fans mounted in a pull configuration. Yarden advised me that the fans would be spinning a bit faster at 30V and may have a slight decrease in life, but it would be fine. I ended up installing a stepdown voltage reducer with a 24V output. I’m not sure what the panel mounted USB charger/voltage display’s max voltage input is, but it’s showing a steady 24V.

The other item that I installed is a small centrifugal (radial) fan. I tested the whole rig by running a pair of 6,500 mAh 4S LiPos through a storage to 100% charge at a conservative 2C, discharge at 40A to LVC through an external resistor at ~600W, back to 100% charge at 2C, discharge down to LVC, and back to storage. Ambient temps were 75°F. The iCharger was showing a max of 129°F at some points. I was guessing that the air just in front of the front face of the iCharger was stagnant so that’s why I added the radial fan. I ran the same charging cycle and only saw 118°F. Nice!

My only regret is not working with the awesome crew at PRC and investing in a case sooner!

Z
Zachary
Excellent case

The case is of superb quality. Progressive rc even called me to clarify part of my order and shipped quickly.

A
Aaron
Sweet

Absolutely worth the money. My setup is two 800 watt power supplies, an icharger 4010 duo and 306b. Everything fits in nice and compact and the deck on is just awesome.

K
Kevin
Custom case

I love my new charging case.Very Nice!!!

T
Terry
First custom case.

Very nice

Your cart

×