HPRC Amre 2600 Premium Design: Picture 1 regular $116.30

About HPRC Amre 2600 Premium Design

The HPRC (High-Performance Resin Cases) AM RE2600E Hard Case is a lightweight, waterproof, unbreakable case. It meets ATA 300 specifications for transit cases. The hard-resin shells are virtually unbreakable and the interior rubber O-rings keep the case air and watertight.

It comes with a comfortable, soft-grip handle for carrying and an air pressure release valve. The case can be used to carry audio, photo or video equipment and accessories. It is backed by a lifetime replacement warranty.



HPRC Amre 2600 Premium Design Features

  • Double-hinge locking latches for secure closure and comfortable opening
  • Neoprene O-ring to keep the case air and watertight
  • Micro-textured surface to reduce scratching
  • Performance certifications from ATA 300, IP67, STANAG 4280 and DS 81-41 (military-grade)
  • Temperature Rating of -40 to 176°F
  • Pressure relief valve to maintain water tightness
  • Molded-in space for identification tags
  • Carrying Options:
  • Super-soft grip, rigid handles for field comfort
  • Male-to-female ribs for stacking

HPRC Amre 2600 Premium Design Specifications

Exterior Dimensions
21.65"x16.53"x8.46"
Interior Dimensions
18.9"x14.17"x7.79"
Weight
9.37 lbs
Warranty
HPRC Lifetime Warranty
Temperature
-40°F/+176°F
Mfr #
HPRC2600ERED
SKU
HPRE2600ERD

HPRC Amre 2600 Premium Design Reviews Powered by TurnTo®

Reviewed by 1 customers

 
5.0

A very solid case that's worth every penny

By

I've been looking at cases for my new DJI PHANTOM 3 quadcopter and it seems like all the vendors are doing is buying these hard cases, customize them to fit the drone and sell it for a huge profit - like the HPRC2700. I decided to go with the HPRC 2600 case since I'd be storing the drone without the propellers. The Pelican 1550 seems like a strong contender but my gut says HPRC and I like the design. I saw somewhere online comparison between the Pelican vs HPRC trying to knock down HPRC as 'plasticy'. I don't know if he got a bootleg version but the HPRC case I purchased is just as solid. I've used Pelican cases before so I'll know any other good or bad case when I see one. Now about the HPRC 2600, it's a very solid case, very good design and the weight seems right. The handle is contoured just right to fit in your hands. It has four latches with solid closure. The material has a good finish to it. The foam insert is similar to the Pelican and easy to pluck and customize. I hope this will last a long time.

top
Share this item:
Adorama.com is top rated for customer serviceHACKER SAFE certified sites prevent over 99.9% of hacker crime.
Feedback