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Pelican 1400 Case with Foam for Camera, Desert Tan
Pelican Protector Cases are made with Copolymer Polypropylene, using an open cell core and solid wall construction, which is stronger and lighter that the completion. You can tell its a Pelican case by the distinctive "twin-ribbed" top surface. Stainless steel pins are used for hinges and handles. The new Double-Throw latches are much easier to open.
Pelican cases are kept watertight through the use of a tongue and groove fit and a polymer o-ring.
Pelican cases come standard with an Automatic Pressure Equalization Valve which releases built up air pressure while keeping water out.
Pelican's Pick N'Pluck foam lets you customize the interior.
Stainless steel reinforced padlock protectors
Interior Dimensions (inches): 11.81 x 8.87 x 5.18
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10 of 10 found the following review helpful:
Haven't run into a Pelican case that was anything but goodNov 04, 2006
By Engineering Geek
This case was ordered to hold some medical equipment that must travel with me on my about two-weeks-per-month business travel. The good part is that this case will probably survive falling into a black hole. The bad part is that it takes up half my carry-on suitcase. But that's what you pay to have protection for expensive equipment.
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
amazing!Sep 03, 2010
Went up to Boundary Waters Canoe Area in Minnesota last week with my camera gear in a pelican case.
The Canoe tipped over, but my camera gear stayed nice and dry in this case.
Awesome purchase. Saved my $$ gear.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Great CaseSep 26, 2013
By Robert P Jennings
Very solid, sturdy case that locks down tight. With a couple locks added it has passed the TSA and airline inspection for having a pair of handguns included in checked baggage on several airline flights.
2 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Amazing protection for Camera and Video EquipmentDec 24, 2012
By M. McCoy
I bought my first Pelican case almost 20 years ago. I traveled with it all over the country. I've used them to carry photographic and video equipment while whitewater kayaking, catamaran sailing, rock climbing, etc. It sat in the back of my whitewater kayak on hundreds of river trips, and never once leaked, even after a few swims out of my boat. I once had the 1400 case in my backpack carrying a camcorder while riding a motorcycle. At about 120 miles per hour, the zipper on my backpack opened, and the case fell off the back of the bike. The case slid about 100 yards down the road, and had no more than a few scratches. The camcorder was completely unscathed. I'm still using my first case (I haven't even replaced the O-ring, which I don't recommend), and just ordered my third case. I'm currently using one to store two GoPro cameras and the various accessories for them. I couldn't imagine a better product for my needs.
There is not substitute for a PelicanApr 14, 2015
By Ray Wishart
I needed some smaller waterproof cases to carry camera gear on our kayaks. We had tried some of the soft waterproof bags and had lost equipment while ocean kayaking. These Pelican cases solved that problem! I know they are not cheap but worth every $$$. These are genuine Pelican cases, not some cheap knock-offs that are out there. They are practically indestructible and also adaptable to all sorts of uses, we now have several in different sizes for different purposes.
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