Pelican 1450 Watertight Hard Case with Foam Insert - Black

Pelican

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About Pelican

• Unbreakable, watertight, dustproof, chemical resistant and corrosion proof.
• These are some of the features of this Pelican Protector Case that offers total protection for your equipment.
• It is made of Ultra High Impact structural copolymer that makes it extremely strong and durable.
• Its exclusive 1/4" (6.4 mm) neoprene o-ring and ABS latches seal perfectly and includes an automatic purge valve for quick equalization after changes in atmospheric pressure.
• Your equipment can fit into the high density foam or padded dividers for total subjection and protection against impact, vibration or shock.
• A nameplate (included) can be personalized (engraved at additional cost).

Pelican Features

  • Floats in salt water with 24.91 lbs (11.3 kg) load
  • Watertight, crushproof, and dust proof
  • Easy open Double Throw latches
  • Open cell core with solid wall design - strong, light weight
  • O-ring seal
  • Automatic Pressure Equalization Valve
  • Comfortable rubber over-molded handle
  • Stainless steel hardware and padlock protectors
  • Pick 'N' Pluck with convoluted lid foam
  • Personalized nameplate service available
  • Unconditional Lifetime Guarantee of Excellence

Pelican Specifications

Exterior Dimensions (L x W x D)
16.00" x 13.00" x 6.87" (40.6 x 33 x 17.4 cm)
Interior Dimensions (L x W x D)
14.62" x 10.18" x 6.00" (37.1 x 25.8 x 15.2 cm)
Bottom Depth
4.25" (10.8 cm)
Total Depth
6.00" (15.2 cm)
Lid Depth
1.75" (4.4 cm)
Weight w/Foam
6.39 lbs. (2.9 kg)
Weight w/o Foam
5.51 lbs. (2.5 kg)
Buoyancy Max.
30 lbs. (13.61 kg)
Range Temperature
-10 / 210° F (-23 / 99° C)
Warranty
Pelican Unconditional Lifetime
Other
1450 Case Certificates: IP67 , MIL C-4150J , STANAG 4280
Mfr #
1450-000-110
SKU
PL1450CH

Reviews about this item

Reviewed by 2 customers

 
5.0

Excellent protective case

By

from Canton, Illinois

Case used as a midcroscope case.

 
5.0

Perfect Case!

By

from raleigh, nc  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

great case for photo equipment

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Shopper  I have a question on the foam. When you "pluck" the foam, are you able to put it back together? If my things are in the case, will the foam cubes move around, or are they fixed? I'm worried that my sensitive things, metalware and glassware might bump each other during transit, etc. Thank you very much! I really appreciate the time you put into this question.
PETER S  Maybe you could put it back together with glue, but it probably would not be the same as when you first plucked it. I pluck square holes about 3"x3" and carry my camera lenses. They don't knock into each other and have been very well protected. I carry 6 lenses in the 1450. I keep 3 squares of foam between them and that works well. Don't make the mistake of cutting this with a knife .... just pick the squares you want to remove and pull them apart, you'll be left with a square hole and a square block of foam in hand. If you need to put foam back in the bottom of the hole for more cushion , just tear the amount you need off the block and insert into hole. Also, you can get solid foam and cut round holes with a thin bread knife or a hot knife. ~ Peter
Shopper  I have a question on the foam. When you "pluck" the foam, are you able to put it back together? If my things are in the case, will the foam cubes move around, or are they fixed? I'm worried that my sensitive things, metalware and glassware might bump each other during transit, etc. Thank you very much! I really appreciate the time you put into this question.
PETER S  Maybe you could put it back together with glue, but it probably would not be the same as when you first plucked it. I pluck square holes about 3"x3" and carry my camera lenses. They don't knock into each other and have been very well protected. I carry 6 lenses in the 1450. I keep 3 squares of foam between them and that works well. Don't make the mistake of cutting this with a knife .... just pick the squares you want to remove and pull them apart, you'll be left with a square hole and a square block of foam in hand. If you need to put foam back in the bottom of the hole for more cushion , just tear the amount you need off the block and insert into hole. Also, you can get solid foam and cut round holes with a thin bread knife or a hot knife. ~ Peter
Frank L  I have a Canon 60D camera with three lens. Can I fit them all in this case securely so they won't hit each other and remain safe during transit? I have a 'soft' canon bag now but would feel safer with a hard case. Will this one do a decent job? Thank you for your assistance!
ALEXANDER G  I have a Nikon D700 with a 28, 50, and 85mm lenses in mine. There is also enough space to squeeze in the charger, nothing else though.
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