Pelican iM2400 Case, Watertight, Padlockable Case, with Multilayer Cubed Foam Interior, Black

Pelican
Pelican iM2400: Picture 1 regular $109.95

About Pelican iM2400

The Pelican Storm iM2400 is a Watertight, Padlockable Case. The iM2400 meets airline carry-on regulations by fitting under seats and in overhead compartments. It is more than just watertight, padlockable and made in the USA, it also Unconditionally Guaranteed for Life. The case provides the safest transportable environment for sensitive, expensive or vital equipment.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(5)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Strong construction (3),Very protective (3),Well padded (3)
Best Uses:
Protecting gear (4),Transporting gear (3)

Pelican iM2400 Features

  • Tough, Rugged and Lightweight
  • Airtight, Watertight, Impervious to Mother Nature
  • Dent-resistant, Shatter-resistant, Virtually Unbreakable
  • Guaranteed for Life
  • Safe and Secure
  • Two Press & Pull Latches: Unique Press & Pull latches open with the push of a button, yet stay closed securely under impact or stress
  • Two Padlockable Hasps: Unbreakable molded-in hasps, allow you to add standard size padlocks, offering another measure of security
  • Vortex Valve: Permanently attached Vortex valve automatically adjusts air pressure without letting in water and won't unscrew from the case
  • Flush Powerful Hinges: Unique hinges with integrated feet hold fast under impact and create a flat surface for upright stability
  • Meets Carry-on Regulations
  • Lightweight Strong HPX Resin
  • Double-layered, soft-grip, solid-core carrying handles provide strong, durable comfort

Pelican iM2400 Specifications

Interior foam
Multilayer Cubed Foam
Color
Black
Exterior Dimensions (LxWxH)
19.2 x 15.2 x 7.3 in. (488 x 386 x 185 mm)
Interior Dimensions (LxWxH)
18.0 x 13.0 x 6.7 in. (457 x 330 x 170 mm)
Weight (empty)
6.5 lbs/3.0 kg
Warranty
Hardigg storm case lifetime warranty
Mfr #
IM2400-00001
SKU
STCIM2400BKF

Pelican iM2400 Reviews

Review Snapshot®

 
5

(based on 5 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Top Notch Case Better than Pelican

Purchased this for a Handgun Case and it definitely exceeds all expectations. This is basically identical to the Pelican Brand case as I own both but the single best feature of this case is the easy opening latches. My Pelicans are difficult to open with so much pressure but Hardigg has a button that relieves the pressure and they pop right open. Can't say enough good about this case.

Reviewed by 5 customers

 
5.0

Pelican Storm - The Best Case Ever Made

By

from Chester County, PA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I use the product for carrying my camera equipment for crime scene investigations. It is easly moveable from the truck into a scene with all of the camera equipment in one place. I like the Pelican Storm case so much, I have three filled with equipment in my crime scene vehicle.

 
5.0

Perfect replacement foam for iM2400

By

from Pittsburgh, PA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This is a great product! Pulled the factory foam out and Gorilla glued this set it. I can fit 2 camera bodies, 5 lenses, batteries, cards, flash, cables and an intervalometer in it with room to spare. Great for regular travel and airline travel. Will be buying more in the future.

 
5.0

Top Notch Case Better than Pelican

By

from Michigan

Purchased this for a Handgun Case and it definitely exceeds all expectations. This is basically identical to the Pelican Brand case as I own both but the single best feature of this case is the easy opening latches. My Pelicans are difficult to open with so much pressure but Hardigg has a button that relieves the pressure and they pop right open. Can't say enough good about this case.

 
5.0

Hardigg Replacement Foam

By

from Fremont, CA  -  Photo Enthusiast

Nice having the option to replace the foam in your case when you get new gear or the need to re-arrange items in your box. I highly recommend this option if you want to protect your photography gear when you travel. I personally use hard boxes when I go camping or vacationing - I pull out the gear I need and place them back after I finish. I know the box may be bulky, but after an experience of breaking a LCD panel in back of my Digital SLR... I learned my lesson the hard way!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent Case

By

from Hemet, CA  -  Photo Enthusiast

Very well made case. Highly recommended!

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ANTHONY U  Hello! I would really appreciate your quick reply. I have a cylindrical object that is about 5 inches in diameter, and I am worried that the foam on the top or at the bottom might not be sufficient to protect it if the case falls. Will my equipment be safe enough here? How about if I were to buy a smaller case, with interior height of 6 inches? Thank you very much!
WAYNE J  The specs for the iM2400 with foam says the interior height is 6.7 inches. My camera with an L-bracket attached is 5 inches high. It fits well in this case, if only the single layer of padding is left on the bottom. With this arrangement, the bottom padding is 5/8 of an inch thick, while the top layer of "waffle" foam is nearly 2 inches thick. With a cylindrical object, you should be able to leave more foam on the bottom to help cushion it. I say this because my camera is only 5 inches high in one small spot, and the case closes easily (without a lot of pressure) with this amount of foam. I don't know how delicate your equipment is, so I can't say how well any particular amount of foam will protect it. However, a case with only 6 inches of depth would make a very tight fit for in item 5 inches high, probably compressing the foam to roughly a half-inch thick on the bottom and top. If you can't get advice from the Pelican company, I think it would be wisely cautious to use a case with more than 6.0 inches of room for a 5 inch object. (By the way, for better access to camera equipment -- without inadvertently pulling out chunks of foam -- I switched from foam to the cloth-clad padded dividers. They don't hug the equipment as tightly, but the padded dividers make it much faster and cleaner to remove and and replace the equipment.)
Shopper  Will this case hold 2 hp computer laptops and power supplys?
JONATHAN D  It depends on the size of the laptops, and you would have to stack the laptops if they were larger than a net book. So I would not say this is the right case for two laptops.
ANTHONY U  Hello! I would really appreciate your quick reply. I have a cylindrical object that is about 5 inches in diameter, and I am worried that the foam on the top or at the bottom might not be sufficient to protect it if the case falls. Will my equipment be safe enough here? How about if I were to buy a smaller case, with interior height of 6 inches? Thank you very much!
WAYNE J  The specs for the iM2400 with foam says the interior height is 6.7 inches. My camera with an L-bracket attached is 5 inches high. It fits well in this case, if only the single layer of padding is left on the bottom. With this arrangement, the bottom padding is 5/8 of an inch thick, while the top layer of "waffle" foam is nearly 2 inches thick. With a cylindrical object, you should be able to leave more foam on the bottom to help cushion it. I say this because my camera is only 5 inches high in one small spot, and the case closes easily (without a lot of pressure) with this amount of foam. I don't know how delicate your equipment is, so I can't say how well any particular amount of foam will protect it. However, a case with only 6 inches of depth would make a very tight fit for in item 5 inches high, probably compressing the foam to roughly a half-inch thick on the bottom and top. If you can't get advice from the Pelican company, I think it would be wisely cautious to use a case with more than 6.0 inches of room for a 5 inch object. (By the way, for better access to camera equipment -- without inadvertently pulling out chunks of foam -- I switched from foam to the cloth-clad padded dividers. They don't hug the equipment as tightly, but the padded dividers make it much faster and cleaner to remove and and replace the equipment.)
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