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Peli Air range now in colour

Posted 24 February 2017 · Add Comment

After the successful launch of the innovative Peli Air range, the lightest protective cases on the market today, Peli Products has expanded the Peli Air product line to offer colour models aimed at a variety of industry users, including aerospace, OEMs, security and fire & rescue.



The new Peli Air colour versions in yellow, orange and grey are available in five longform, travel-ready sizes. The 1535 Peli Air case (Wheeled Carry On) complies with current airline size regulations*. Other models in colour are the medium-sized 1485, 1525 and 1555, and the large-sized 1605 cases.

The Peli Air cases have been engineered to maintain the same standard of durability as the Peli classic or Peli Storm lines but reducing the weight of each case by up to 40%. Peli’s engineering team have built lightness into every facet
of the design, whilst maintaining durability.

By working with a team of materials scientists, Peli say they have built the lightest protective cases on the market today, constructed of premium lightweight HPX2 resin, which is the next generation of Peli’s proprietary formula that rebounds to stress without breaking. Each case passes the same rigorous performance tests (impact, drop, submersion, high and low temperature) that Peli has used over the past 40 years.

The new models in colours are available empty or with Pick N Pluck foam inside, a manually customizable cubed foam.

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