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2. Check that your violin is not too big for the ViolinCase.
You should hear a click after pressing top and bottom part with your fingers? After attaching all the elastic around - check if all the seals are tight.
3. A support pillow above a tail piece/chinrest should keep a violin steady in place and prevent a bridge from touching the ”celling” of a case. We add separate, self-adhesive sponge supports. You can use only one of them or you can combine them, varying the hight of this sponge support. Just remove the protective paper and press the glue side to the fabric of the lock, above the tail piece. If necessary, glue another sponge at the top of the first one (the one without leather).
Place the BowCase on the ViolinCase.
Connect both cases using the click strap on the neck of the ViolinCase.
Fix the lower end of the BowCase by putting the T-shaped cotter pin attached to the elastic into the hole of the BowCase.
You can open the ViolinCase without removing the BowCase.
When not in use, put the cotter pin into its base on the surface on the ViolinCase.
If necessary in the future you can exchange the elastic, keeping the cotter pin.
Pull the Soft Cover on the BowCase, stretching neoprene gradually, like a stocking (it’s long enough). Place the BowCase on the top of the ViolinCase.
Pull the click strap through. Adjust the length and connect both click ends.
Place the elastic at the end of the neoprene cover under the hook of the ViolinCase. 

Place the elastic securing the ViolinCase above the hook (Note: attach both elastics in that order!).
You can open the ViolinCase without removing the BowCase.
If necessary in the future you can exchange the elastic yourself.
Kensington ClickSafe Combination Lock (optional accessory) and all the Trinity Cases. It prevents an unauthorized opening of the Violin Case and the BowCase and secures all 3 cases by fixing it to a firm object. Just click the lock cylinder onto the cotter-pin installed in the ViolinCase and it’s locked. A 4-wheel number sequence can be set to an easily remembered code so you can put it to work quickly. It’s also resettable to any of 10,000 possible combinations. Of course you don’t need to use it; the case will still be securely closed.
BowCase to ViolinCase connection
BowCase inside the Neoprene Soft Cover + ViolinCase
Kensington ClickSafe Combination Lock (optional accessory) and all the Trinity Cases
Locking the ViolinCase:
Locking the ViolinCase & BowCase:
Locking the SuitCase & BowCase:
The Backpack Straps for the SuitCase (optional accessory)
You can store in in one of the pockets. Attach the straps to the loops on the top of the hard back and to the wheels (protecting your clothes from dirt at the same time).
Without removing the ViolinCase and the BowCase you can cary the suitcase on your back; perfect when you travel with another big luggage, or there’s a lot of snow around.
Please keep the ViolinCase closed when not in use.
Big Accessory Pocket on the BowCase
Before use

1. The height of the support-shelf under the neck-foot should be adjusted to your instrument. In the correct position the scroll should just touch the soft surface.
If the scroll is hanging in the air you should lower the support shelf (pulling it first with your fingers).
If you switch between a modern and a baroque instrument you should adjust the height of the neck-foot support each time (the difference is quite big).
Carrying the BowCase on its own, using the light shoulder strap (included).
or to the Strap System
You can connect it to the BowCase Cover:
How to connect the BowCase to the SuitCase?
Pull the strap over the handle (it’s usually already done for you).
Put the Handle inside the opening in the tip of the BowCase (by pulling the plastic cotter pin of the BowCase)
Regulate the length of the strap and connect the male click at the end of it to the female click installed on the SuitCase.
Now you can lead the SuitCase!
Kensington ClickSafe Combination Lock (optional accessory) and all the Trinity Cases
How to connect the BowCase to the SuitCase?