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Peli unveils new deeper longer Air Cases

Posted 6 March 2020 · Add Comment

Peli Products today launched four new longer and deeper cases in the re-engineered (up to 40% lighter) Peli Air Case line.



Courtesy Peli / Maximiliano Rotunno

 
As part of the innovative and lighter Peli Air case line, the four new cases, 1506, 1556, 1606 and 1626, are built in a form factor making them perfect for storage of longer types of equipment. Also, these new cases are deeper and thus offer room for a double set of layers, making it possible to arrange gear more efficiently or even adding more gear to the same case. “As we continue to grow the extremely popular Peli Air case line, we are listening closely to the needs of our customers and we’re confident that these new sizes meet and exceed those requirements,” said Pavel Levshin, Product Marketing Manager EMEA.
 
The new case form factors provide room for fragile and valuable equipment such as cinema-grade cameras to tactical gear. Videographers will appreciate the case depth to store cameras upright for more efficient use of space. The latest Peli Air case additions grow the range to a total of 16 sizes.

The new sizes will be available in black and two interior options:
 
●  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 No Foam configuration allows a blank slate for custom interior solutions.
 
The new 1556, 1606 and 1626 cases each have a pull trolley and wheels, roll tested over 914 metres. They 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 meets the same performance tests (impact, drop, submersion and high and low temperatures). They are also backed by the company’s legendary lifetime guarantee of excellence (where applicable by law).
 
 

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