Since launch in 2000, UDG has been the music professional’s veritable go-to brand for all things highly functional and protective, for all valuable and coveted equipment. Its list of endorsees reads like a hall of fame in electronic music with heavyweights such as Carl Cox, Sven Vath and Fat Boy Slim all opting to use UDG bags, to the new breed of talent on today’s scene such as Nicky Romero, Sigma, and Martin Garrix. With the introduction of the Ultimate DIGI Headphone Bag, it’s likely that UDG will gain even more fans in DJs both old and new, looking for some serious kit when on the road.
The Ultimate DIGI Headphone Bag is first and foremost a foam-padded carrier to protect a pair of headphones against knocks, drops, scratches and liquids, thanks to its 1680D Ballistic Nylon exterior. A number of different sized, foldable cans will securely fit inside the bag in a mesh pocket that will prevent movement or damage to an expensive accessory whilst in transit.
But this is more than just a headphone bag. A further series of cleverly designed, internal and external pockets and fastenings will fit just about everything else the digital DJ needs. Entire music collections can be safely transported in pouches for USB drives, SD cards, and an external hard drive, but also for other essential items to travel from the studio to the gig, such as smartphones, cables, business cards, credit cards and more.
The Ultimate DIGI Headphone Bag is simple and easy to travel with too. Opt for either the sturdy handgrip or the detachable and adjustable shoulder strap. It can also be used as a sling bag to listen to audio gear on the move – feed the headphones wire through the cut-out provided and neatly plug into an MP3 player inside the bag.
With an abundance of features and with UDG’s unrivaled mark on construction and quality, the Ultimate DIGI Headphone Bag is the one single bag a DJ needs to carry around all of today’s digital media.
It retails at €39.95 / £31.99 / $39.95 and will be available to buy at the end of May 2015