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Peli increases range of drone protection

Posted 1 September 2017 · Add Comment

Peli is now offering over 500 transport solutions for the extreme protection and safe handling of drones, multirotor systems and unmanned aircraft systems, with a wide range of sizes, shapes and internal configurations that fit almost every requirement.



In 2017, drones are flooding the market both for video/photo professionals and amateurs. Portability and compact-size have become important criteria when choosing a drone, that’s why more brands offer the possibility to carry it around in normal backpacks. However, drones remain fragile devices and thus need extreme protection like Peli’s. With sizes for virtually each of the trendiest drones of the year, a Peli Case is the solution for transporting drones easily and with complete confidence: the device will arrive intact and fully operational anywhere across the globe.

With a wide range of different sizes, Peli Cases are impact-resistant, watertight and dustproof which guarantee the security of equipment even under extreme conditions. Some models come with an extendable handle and rugged wheels so you can easily carry your drone anywhere.



The new Peli Air range - the lightest protective cases on the market, up to 40% lighter - is now available in brand-new colours (yellow, orange, grey and black) and also different sizes.

The ZeroTech Dobby S is so small (13,5 x 14,5 x 3,6 cm) that you can hold it in your hand. However, to protect so delicate a device is essential, so the new Peli Air 1535 case can accommodate the drone in landing position and there is even room left for the extra batteries and accessories. Also, if you prefer to travel even lighter, the brand-new Storm case iM2275 (Interior measurements: 35.9 x 33.5 x 25.1 cm) can carry your drone in travel mode as it offers more vertical space thanks to its deeper lid.

Parrot’s drone Disco FPV really seem difficult to carry as it looks like a big bird but once you have removed its wings, you can conveniently transport it in travel mode in the Peli 1610 case (Interior: 55.1 x 42.2 x 26.8 cm).

The Peli 1630 case (Interior: 70.4 x 53.3 x 39.4 cm) provides protection for the Yuneec’s drone Typhoon, even in landing position.

Many drones can fit in the iM2875 case (Interior: 57.2 x 53.6 x 29 cm). That is especially the case for the DJI Phantom 4, designed for professionals.

Peli's cube-shaped cases are ideal if you need more depth and space for your drone and its accessories. Some models have handle and 4-wheels offering mobility, are watertight, crushproof and dustproof and available in different sizes.

The 0340 case (Interior: 45.7 x 45.7 x 45.7 cm) accommodates the DJI Mavic Pro drone. This drone is one of the trendiest drones on the market right now as it is small yet very powerful. Although it can fit into a backpack thanks to its small size and pliability, the virtually indestructible 0340 case offers protective storage space for the drone and all its accessories and extra-batteries.

As for the 0350 case (Interior: 50.8 x 50.8 x 50.8 cm), it fits perfectly the quadcopter Walkera Voyager 4 as well as Yuneec’s Tornado H920.

For bigger drones, the 0370 case has the ideal interior dimensions: 61 x 61 x 61 cm, so it can easily contain the DJI Inspire 2 (44 x 30 x 45cm), again accommodating it in landing position.


Larger Systems
The long cases by Peli are perfect to protect all long gear and allow infinite storage possibilities for long-type drone. They are more oriented towards the professional market like for military UAVs systems for example.

They are easy for one person to move thanks to wheels and handles. As with all other Peli cases, the standard features include a dustproof and watertight seal. The most recommended to carry your drones are the 1740 case (Interior: 104.1 x 32.8 x 30.8 cm) and the 1770 case (Interior: 138.6 x 39.6 x 21.9 cm).



Also, all the Peli cases can be easily customised with the Pick N Pluck Foam in order to create the perfect fitting size in the exact dimension of your drone and accessories. You can even buy several foams and use the same case for different drones just by changing the customised foam.


 

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