Synology DiskStation DS1819+ Case


Lead Time 2 weeks

Case has a Lifetime Warranty

Padlockable (with customer supplied padlock)

Case Fits

  • Synology DiskStation DS1819+: Qty 1
  • Extra Hard Drives (2.5" or 3.5"): Qty 10
  • Accessory Slot for Cords: Qty 1


The foam is closed cell military grade polyethylene that will last decades to come, and is form fitted to fit the Synology DiskStation DS1819+ along with 10 extra hard drives. The Case has wheels and and an extension handle for easy transportation. It has a strong shell that can handle large weights without compromising strength. The o-ring seal gives it a waterproof characteristic. A Purge valve allows air to enter the case, but not water which makes opening it in high altitudes easy. Padlockable holes reinforced with stainless steel are setup for padlocks to keep the contents secure.

Synology DiskStation DS1819+ Case - Features

Case Fits

Synology DiskStation DS1819+Qty 1
Extra Hard Drives (2.5" or 3.5")Qty 10
Accessory Slot for CordsQty 1

Product Specifications

Interior Dimensions20.38"L x 15.44"W x 9.00"H
(518mm x 392mm x 228.6mm)
Exterior Dimensions22.06"L x 17.94"W x 10.44"H
(560mm x 456mm x 265mm)
I.D. Lid/Base Split2.00"Lid / 7.00"Base
(51mm / 178mm)
Shipping Weight19.00 LBS (estimated weight of the product with packaging such as a cardboard box)
(8.62 kg)
CharacteristicsWaterproof, Shippable, Lifetime Warranty, Crushproof, Outdoor Use
HardwareWheels (Tilt Wheels), Padlockable, Hinged Lid, Pressure Equalization Valve
Case MaterialPlastic
Manufacturing OriginUnited States of America
Manufacturing MethodInjection Molded

Customer Questions

  1. Answered by the admin

    In short, the case will indeed hold both the 2.5" and 3.5" hard drives. The longer explanation is that the foam pockets are actually sized to hold Synology's "Hard Drive Trays" which themselves can contain either 2.5" or 3.5" hard drives.

  2. Answered by the admin

    This case is 100% shippable. We have not done extensive testing to determine if the device can hold the drives while in transit, but we do have experience with them outside the device and in the foam cutouts. If you can put them in the foam, the it will guarantee a safe journey. Otherwise inside the device will be uncharted territory.

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