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Peli launches deeper Air Cases

Posted 7 November 2017 · Add Comment

Peli Products has launched three new deeper cases in the Peli Air Case line, which are reengineered to be 40% lighter.



As a part of the innovative and lighter Peli Air case range, the three new cases, 1557, 1607 and 1637 (above, left to right)) offer users more versatility, portability and durability, ideal special for fitting drones and unmanned land vehicles.

“Our engineering team consistently explores how to deliver innovative and meaningful new solutions,” said Piero Marigo, Peli Products EMEA Managing Director. “The Peli Air case line is a major transformation, designed to maintain Peli’s signature concept of high-performance durability while cutting the weight out.”

The entire Peli Air case line, constructed of lightweight, next-generation HPX resin, is available in nine travel-ready sizes, in both long and, now, deep options. With over 33 cm (13”) of depth available, the new cases provide room for fragile and valuable equipment, such as drones and cinema-grade cameras. Peli Air cases continue to offer premium equipment protection while remaining 40% lighter and now 45% deeper. All Peli Air cases are available in black, yellow, orange and grey.

Available configurations offer the choice of four unique interior options to meet almost any performance needs:

  • The TrekPak Divider system (not available with 1607 or 1637), feature durable, waterproof, closed-cell foam, laminated to corrugated panels to provide a fully customisable and precise protection grid without wasting space.
  • The Classic Pick N’ Pluck Foam offers a manually customisable solution for fast and simple protection with pre-scored foam to fit almost any equipment.
  • The Padded Divider configuration includes infinitely customisable, protective, padded dividers with Velcro so users can change their equipment organisation scheme on a moment’s notice.
  • The No Foam configuration allows a blank slate for custom interior solutions.

The new 1607 and 1637 cases have wheels, roll tested over 914 metres. The line’s newest three products all boast classic Peli case features including a watertight O-ring gasket, a crushproof and dustproof exterior, stainless steel hasp protectors, rubberised, over-moulded handles and proven tough double-throw latches. Each Peli Air Case also meets the same performance tests (impact, drop, submersion and high and low temperatures).

 

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