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Peli extends TrekPak system

Posted 18 May 2017 · Add Comment

The customisable TrekPak Divider System launched last year with Peli Air has been extended across a range of Peli's space-saving protective cases.



Peli has expanded the TrekPak range for fitting within the 1510, 1550, 1560, 1600, 1610 and 1650 (above) Peli Protector Cases.



Aware that many users still have their Peli Protector Cases intact after many years, the company is now offering them the unique TrekPak System.

Its pin system allows flexible adjustment of dividers as their gear keeps changing, so users have full control over how they want to store their equipment. 

Extra divider material - which can easily be cut to required dimensions - is included to allow reconfiguration as equipment evolves.

With the TrekPak System the case can be fitted out with flexibility and precision. Together with the Peli base and convoluted lid foam, the TrekPak System forms a protective cocoon inside the Peli case. Being only 11mm thick, the divider sections are manufactured from waterproof, rigid corrugated plastic panel.

Lightweight, strong and almost impossible to tear or shred, the panels maximise valuable case space without compromising on protection. With the right divider system, a vast amount of equipment can be stored.

As the system includes a wall section designed to fit a specific model of Peli case, divider panels,locking pins and a precision cutting tool, the system allows for endless possibilities to provide a tailored solution for fitting any required gear and accessories.

 

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