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Peli unveils drone protecting Storm Case

Posted 27 April 2017 · Add Comment

Producer of tough rugged cases, Peli, has introduced a case which is ideally proportioned for safely carrying drones.



Peli has released the iM2275 Peli Storm Case especially for taking drones safely to even the harshest environments. With a deeper lid (8 cm), the iM2275 is the first Peli Storm Case that gives you more vertical space to work with your equipment.

By adding the bottom depth and get a total of 24,1 cm deep that offers more storage space without adding width, making it easy to carry and pack away in compact spaces.

This virtually indestructible case gives the freedom to configure a drone with accessories, multiple 4K cameras or diagnostic circuit reader.

It is watertight, dustproof, crushproof and ready for securely taking drones and accessories into challenging terrain.

The iM2275 provides over 27,500 cubic centimetres of possible storage but designed with a deceptively small form factor (L 38,7 x W 39,3 x H 25,9 cm – exterior dimensions) for protecting a wide range of midsized drones without the need for a longer, bulkier case.

 

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