It looks like Protec took a regular airline overhead size suitcase with wheels and added a pocket on the front and back for their trim-line flute and clarinet cases. But it looks like the main sax-part has to lay on the flute case, or while the flute case is removed, while opening it to get the sax out. If that's true, it kind'a bothers me. I much better like the old Selmer tri-pack if I needed to go that way.
I had this case but got rid of it pretty quickly. You have to take the flute out to lay it flat to open the case...and I made the mistake of opening the case with the clarinet still in the top pocket. The weight of the clarinet on the open lid of the case pulled the screws out and the case didn't open or close right any more. Not really a functional case in my opinion, FWIW.
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