Pelican rolls out the 1670 case
Pelican Products, Inc. has introduced the Pelican 1670 Case as legendarily tough, watertight and versatile protection for those who want to defend their sensitive gear on the go.
The case offers nearly 4,259 cubic inches (0.07 cubic meters) of usable storage space. It also sports four stainless steel ball bearing, polyurethane wheels and an extension handle (with an effortless release latch) for easy transport, as well as extra-wide side handles for easy gloved grip. To defend against cutting and theft, stainless steel padlock protectors are integrated. It also features a polycarbonate document holder for easy identification and inventory.
Like all Pelican Protector Cases, the Pelican 1670 Case has a polymer cell-core construction that helps it protect sensitive equipment in some of the most extreme conditions on Earth. Additional standard features include a lid equipped with a polymer o-ring for a dustproof and watertight seal, and an automatic pressure equalization valve that stops moisture from entering the case and prevents vacuum-lock (so the case opens easily at any altitude).
To ensure easy and immediate access, the Pelican 1670 Case also features double-throw latches that have been tested to a failure threshold of nearly 400 pounds (181 kg), but open with a light pull. Of course, Pelican Cases can be spotted by the distinctive, trademarked “Dual Band” design, and the Pelican 1670 Case is backed by a Legendary Lifetime Guarantee of Excellence.
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