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Peli adds to its Air case range

Posted 22 August 2018 · Add Comment

Peli has added the 1507 case to its Air case range, with a deeper compartment providing space for compact drones and electronic equipment.



In 2016, Peli introduced their Air case range which reduced the case weight by up to 40%. Today, they are extending the popular group to 10 cases with the introduction of the 1507 Peli Air Case.

This particular size (Interior: 38,5 x 28,9 x 21,6 cm / Exterior: 42,8 x 35,8 x 23,5 cm) is not available in either the Peli Protector or Peli Storm ranges and was developed to serve as the smallest size in the 'deeper case' part of the Peli Air case range (1557, 1607 and 1637 Air cases – launched in 2017). The new case model offers users more versatility, portability and durability, in special for fitting compact drones, cameras and electronics.

The 1507 Peli Air case passes the same performance tests (impact, drop, submersion, high and low temperature) and is backed by the company’s lifetime guarantee.



To cut the weight in the case, Peli’s engineering team faced the challenge of building lightness into every facet of the design without compromising durability. By working with a team of materials scientists, Peli was able to construct cases that are the lightest protective cases on the market today.

The 1507 Peli Air case is available in four configurations:

  • TrekPak - a completely new divider system with rigid, customizable panels and locking pins.
  • Pick N Pluck foam – manually customisable cubed foam.
  • Padded Dividers – newly redesigned with a fully-sewn tub, felt exterior and high-visibility yellow interior, making it easier to identify equipment.
  • No Foam (empty) - allows a blank slate for custom interior solutions.

The case is available in black, orange, silver and yellow.

 

 

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