Bondi Shock-Rock Soprano Ukulele Hard Case - Pink

Bondi Shock-Rock Soprano Ukulele Hard Case - Pink
Bondi Shock-Rock Soprano Ukulele Hard Case - Pink
Bondi Shock-Rock Soprano Ukulele Hard Case - Pink
Bondi Shock-Rock Soprano Ukulele Hard Case - Pink
Bondi Shock-Rock Soprano Ukulele Hard Case - Pink
Bondi Shock-Rock Soprano Ukulele Hard Case - Pink
Bondi Shock-Rock Soprano Ukulele Hard Case - Pink

Bondi Shock-Rock Soprano Ukulele Hard Case - Pink

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Introduction
🌟 Step up your ukulele protection game with the Bondi Shock-Rock Hard Case! Available in seven vibrant colors, these cases are not just about looks; they're built to withstand the test of time and adventure.

Key Highlights
🎨 Diverse Color Options: Choose from seven eye-catching colors to match your style.
💪 Unmatched Durability: Tested to extremes, these cases have proven their strength – they've even survived a fall from our warehouse roof with a ukulele inside, completely unscathed!
⚖️ Lightweight Design: Weighing in at only 1.7kg, the Shock-Rock is significantly lighter than typical 3-4kg cases, making it easier to carry without sacrificing protection.
🎶 Size Variety: Whether you own a soprano, concert, or tenor ukulele, we've got you covered.
🛡️ Lifetime Warranty: Purchase with confidence, knowing that your investment is protected for a lifetime.

The Takeaway
With the Bondi Shock-Rock Hard Case, you get the perfect blend of style, durability, and convenience. Keep your ukulele safe in a case that's as tough as it is light, and as colorful as it is reliable. Say goodbye to bulky, heavy cases and hello to the ultimate ukulele protector.

Marcus Whelan

Co-founder, Bondi Ukuleles

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Customer Reviews

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My daughter highly recommends getting the pink case

TL;DR: The hard case is awesome and Bondi’s customer service is the best!

My nine-year-old has been wanting a hard case for her uke for a while, but the selection around us was limited. She didn’t want just a boring black hard case to replace her boring black gig bag, so off to the internet I went. I found a beautiful pink case on Bondi Ukulele’s site, and I knew it would be love at first sight for my little girl. I quickly added it to my cart and then hit the order button without hesitation, like I was ordering life-saving oxygen for the entire planet instead of an accessory for an instrument. It was going to be the perfect Christmas gift!

But then came the email. It was an email from the owner, Marcus, telling me that he had looked everywhere in the warehouse, and inventory seemed to show they had one, but it was nowhere to be found. He told me they’d be receiving more from the factory in January, and we agreed that he’d send one out as soon as it arrived. Marcus kept me updated on the shipment’s expected timeframe and alerted me as to its arrival. I tracked its journey from Australia to the US and celebrated when it cleared customs and was handed off to the USPS for delivery. But then it didn’t arrive. Just for giggles I checked the shipping address I entered, and the giggling stopped when I realized I goofed up the address. Because the case was to be a surprise, I was having it sent to my parents’ house. In my haste to order this most perfect case, I entered their house number, but my street address. When I realized my error, I sped to my local post office only to find out it had been sent back the previous day because it was undeliverable. I emailed Marcus to conveyed to him my tale of woe. After verifying the address, he quickly sent another one out.

You, dear reader, will be happy to know that this story has a happy ending. The second case arrived, my daughter was extremely happy, and rainbows and unicorns came out of pink, glittery clouds above my house.

The only thing to consider when going with a hard case vs. a bag, is that a strap will not fit in the case. The uke is so nicely protected by the plush interior that there is no room for anything else. It’s not a big deal to take the strap off and put it on, it’s just something I didn’t take into consideration. I still would’ve ordered it if I knew; it’s a great case!

Customer Reviews

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My daughter highly recommends getting the pink case

TL;DR: The hard case is awesome and Bondi’s customer service is the best!

My nine-year-old has been wanting a hard case for her uke for a while, but the selection around us was limited. She didn’t want just a boring black hard case to replace her boring black gig bag, so off to the internet I went. I found a beautiful pink case on Bondi Ukulele’s site, and I knew it would be love at first sight for my little girl. I quickly added it to my cart and then hit the order button without hesitation, like I was ordering life-saving oxygen for the entire planet instead of an accessory for an instrument. It was going to be the perfect Christmas gift!

But then came the email. It was an email from the owner, Marcus, telling me that he had looked everywhere in the warehouse, and inventory seemed to show they had one, but it was nowhere to be found. He told me they’d be receiving more from the factory in January, and we agreed that he’d send one out as soon as it arrived. Marcus kept me updated on the shipment’s expected timeframe and alerted me as to its arrival. I tracked its journey from Australia to the US and celebrated when it cleared customs and was handed off to the USPS for delivery. But then it didn’t arrive. Just for giggles I checked the shipping address I entered, and the giggling stopped when I realized I goofed up the address. Because the case was to be a surprise, I was having it sent to my parents’ house. In my haste to order this most perfect case, I entered their house number, but my street address. When I realized my error, I sped to my local post office only to find out it had been sent back the previous day because it was undeliverable. I emailed Marcus to conveyed to him my tale of woe. After verifying the address, he quickly sent another one out.

You, dear reader, will be happy to know that this story has a happy ending. The second case arrived, my daughter was extremely happy, and rainbows and unicorns came out of pink, glittery clouds above my house.

The only thing to consider when going with a hard case vs. a bag, is that a strap will not fit in the case. The uke is so nicely protected by the plush interior that there is no room for anything else. It’s not a big deal to take the strap off and put it on, it’s just something I didn’t take into consideration. I still would’ve ordered it if I knew; it’s a great case!