Sometimes your microscope needs to leave the comfort of your laboratory and head out into the field. This presents two specific problems: first of all, professional microscopes are very expensive and fieldwork can be very unforgiving. Second, because of their fragile nature, the glass elements of a microscope can get out of alignment and need to be professionally serviced. That not only costs you more money, but it also puts that particular piece of geology equipment out of service when you most need it.
The solution is to get a dedicated microscope case so that you can transport your microscope as safely as possible. Grab a microscope carrying case and keep your important geology tools in the best possible shape.