Pocket Operator Cases

Pocket operators are the most portable music devices out there and so it's only natural that they get banged around a bit. If you want to protect your pocket operator from wear and tear there are a ton of options. This list is hand-selected from those that show up on the forums most frequently.

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Dich Studios Case

Dich Studios pocket acrylic operator cases are widely recommended amongst the pocket operator community. They also sell versions which can house 2 or 3 pocket operators at once, and a bunch of other bits of hardware.

Dich Studios pocket operator case

MPO XS Case

Beat Maker's Boutique periodically release new custom cases which always get snapped up fast. The MPO XS is a super popular case they recently released.

Beat Maker's Boutique's MPO XS case

Official TE Cases

Teenage Engineering sell their own line of pocket operator cases that you can buy on their website.

Teenage Engineering silicon pocket operator case

Spillerphoto Cases

Over at spillerphoto.com they are selling a bunch of different 3D printed cases for pocket operators referencing a vintage synth/drum machine style with a choice of hard or soft buttons and colors.

Spiller POC60 case

Perkflood Clear Case

You can buy this nice clear case from perkflood on Etsy.

clear case

3D printed Arctic Case

You can buy the STL file to print this really nice looking case from Arctic3Design on Etsy.

Arctic PO case

3D printed travel container

This hard travel case by Salvation76 will protect your pocket operator while traveling and you can get the STL file here to 3d print your own.

pocket operator 3d printed travel case

3D printed snap together case

This snap together case is designed by /u/Miami199 and you can get the STL files to print your own on Thingiverse.

3d printed snap together case

3D printed round case

This case from /u/tobocirej is a 3d printed round rough case. You can get the STL file to print your own from Thingiverse.

3d printed round case

Case mega-thread on Reddit

There's also a pocket operator case mega-thread on Reddit with a bunch of different case options. Check it out if you want to see even more options.