Phitz is a Chicago-based company. We do all of our instrument case design work here. We manufacture our cases at our wholly-owned sewing factory in China. We control every aspect of design and every aspect of quality, and we think that matters a lot. We care about everything. We individually inspect each case many times during the manufacturing process. We use better materials, thicker foam and tougher thread. We call out better sewing details than you’ll find in other products. We use a big, beautiful, #8 self-healing nylon zipper from a great manufacturer and custom-mold our zipper pulls. We pull-test each batch to guarantee their strength. You’ll never know that our stronger thread and obsessive testing kept your case from coming apart three weeks after you bought it – when the competitor’s case that you’re considering considered would have failed for lack of similar attention. The details matter. We designed this to be a good case and we hope that we’ve succeeded. (Lots of happy reviews from customers suggest that we have.) We guarantee our cases and happily accept returns and exchanges. From all of us here, thank you for considering a Phitz case. We hope that you’ll make your next case a Phitz.

Product Features

  • Introducing the Phitz Limited Edition collection: We searched fabric markets to find the most interesting patterns and built a series of limited edition instrument cases. These color combinations will never be seen again, so once they’re gone, they’re gone forever!
  • Sewn with heavy-duty polyester luggage thread, and with a reinforced carry handle, locker loop, backpack strap, and rust-proof zippers, this case is guaranteed by our 1-year warranty not to fail.
  • Padded with over a half inch of plush polyurethane foam to protect every inch of your mandolin.
  • Large 11″ x 11″ pocket fits strap, picks, strings, and small notebooks.
  • With interior dimensions of 27.5″ x 11″ x 2.75″, this case is designed to fit most acoustic or electric A- and F-style mandolins, including: Fender Mando Strat, Gretsch 9311, Ibanez M510DVS/M522S, Kansas K-MA1B, Kentucky KM-150, Oscar Schmidt OM10E, Rogue RM-100A, Savannah SF-100/SA-100, Stagg M-20, Washburn M1K/M3EK