Or you can build your own.
The one's I've made were deliberately robust as I have limited space in my man cave so they need to cope with other stuff being put on top of them. Same deal when travelling with the scopes, if I know that they are secure and without any concerns about packing other stuff on them, then I can concentrate on driving, not worrying about "oh, the scope isn't going to like that...".
Below are pics of scope cases I have made for a fork mounted SCT, a 9" and 10" pair of Maks. All the contact areas between scope and case are all foam lined.
Before buying or making a case, think about how you use the scope, where you take it, how you may need to stow it at home and what you pack in the car with you when you go away with it. Soft case/bag vs hard case. Pros and cons to each.
Me, I am not a great fan of soft cases/bags, but that's me.
The ED80 refractor I have I keep in a foam padded tool box I found at a hardware store. That's another option, looking for a suitably large & robust tool box that can have foam fitted into it to take they your scope. I keep a few accessories in that case with the scope too.
Edited by maroubra_boy, 06 May 2021 - 06:11 PM.