Freefly Alta X 6 Battery Case



Alta X batteries are heavy and bulky! Our Alta X 6 battery case holds three pairs of either Tattu or Herewin 16Ah batteries in one convenient rolling case (pictured here with Herewin Batteries). We designed our Alta X series of cases based on our experience using the Alta X for LiDAR mapping in the rugged terrain of the Montana Rockies. We know what it takes to be in production mode with the Alta X. No more lugging around those big batteries! If you’re a professional filmmaker, surveyor, or anyone else using the Alta X for serious work, you need this case! Pair this case with our battery+charger combo case, dual charger case, or 4 battery case to hold all your gear!


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Freefly Alta X 6 Battery Case

  • 6 Tattu Plus 1.0 (compact version) 16Ah battery OR Herewin 16Ah battery
  • 4 Alta X spare props


  • Water-jet precision cut with closed cell foam to resist water and dust infiltration.
  • Our custom foam is housed in a durable SKB military spec case used by military and industrial leaders.
  • Made in the USA, Shipped Worldwide
  • Industrial strength injection molded pull handle
  • In-line skate style wheels for easy transport
  • Padlock holes include stainless steel padlock protector clips
  • Waterproof and dust tight design (MIL-C-4150J)
  • Molded-in hinge for added protection
  • Trigger release latch system
  • Snap-down rubber over-molded cushion grip handle
  • Ambient pressure equalization valve (MIL-STD-648C)
  • Resistant to UV, solvents, corrosion, fungus (MIL-STD-810F)
  • Resistant to impact damage (MIL-STD-810F)
  • Lifetime replacement guarantee


Exterior Length22.92 in
Exterior Width17.98 in
Exterior Depth11.55 in



Interior Length20.5 in
Interior Width15.5 in
Interior Depth10 in



Weight17 lb
Fully Loaded
75 lb
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