Pelican iM2620 Case with Wheels, Watertight, Padlockable Case, with Multilayer Cubed Foam Interior, Olive Drab

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About Pelican iM2620

The Pelican Storm iM2620 is a Watertight, Padlockable Case. It is manufactured with HPX high performance resin, easy Press & Pull latches and durable soft-grip handles, they're the most comfortable, toughest transport cases available. The multilayer foam option allows you to easily customize the foam to your exact needs.

If you've got sensitive, expensive or vital equipment to move, you need the power of a Storm behind you. Storm Cases are more than just watertight, adlockable and made in the USA, they're also Unconditionally Guaranteed for Life. Ideal For Use In: Electronics, Video Broadcast, Aerospace, Chemical/Petroleum, Marine, Law Enforcement, Fire & Emergency Services, Military/Government, Sports & Recreation, Public Safety and Photography.

The Multi-layered cubed foam can be easily configured by simply pulling out cubes as needed; the layers allow you to create shelves to precisely fit odd-shaped items

Pelican iM2620 Features

  • HPX High Performance Resin
  • Press & Pull Operation with Extra Strength Wide Design
  • Won't Pop Open When Dropped
  • Vortex Valve
  • Valve Won't Fall Out
  • Durable Inside Core with Soft Overlay
  • Sleek, High Strength, Tubular Build
  • Adhesive Labels
  • Custom 3-D Logo Option
  • Watertight, Sealed Rivet Attachment for Custom Fit
  • Multilayer Cubed Foam

Pelican iM2620 Specifications

Interior Length (in/mm)
20.0/508
Interior Width (in/mm)
14.0/356
Interior Height (in/mm)
10.0/254
Exterior Length (in/mm)
21.2/538
Exterior Width (in/mm)
16.0/406
Exterior Height (in/mm)
10.6/269
Wheels
Yes
Telescoping Handle
Yes
Meets Airline Carry-on Regulations
No
Warranty
Hardigg storm case lifetime warranty

Pelican iM2620 Reviews

Reviewed by 1 customers

 
5.0

The only indestructable luggage!

By

from Oklahoma City

I use Pelican and Hardigg cases professionally in the military to transport $50k dollar satellite communications equipment. Personally, I have broken Delsey, American Tourister and Samsonite hard side luggage. After my last Delsey hardside got crushed, I decided not to spend $300 on another piece of crash test dummy luggage designed to break. Instead I spent less than half that on a Hardigg Storm case the same size which will out last me, and stuffed the other $160 back in my pocket for good time money. They are a few ounces heavier than conventional luggage but what's a few ounces when you are rolling it around anyway. My laptop, camera, and undies have never been safer. Speaking of safe, there are reinforced brackets for two full sized padlocks on the case to keep your valuables secure.

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