Thursday, 12 June 2008

Which Pelican Case is Best for You?


Which Pelican Case is Best for You?

By Sy Harris

From L to R, Top to Bottom; Pelican 1520, 1560, 1510, 1610, 1620

Protecting your gear with a solid carrying case is tantamount to keeping your gear in perfect condition. When buying a case size, weight and flexibility must come into consideration. Remember, your case will not only protect your system, it will be luggage as well. You want to select a case that will expand with your system, but not be so large that it goes over the airline’s weight restrictions. Other considerations would be whether it rolls or can be considered carry-on luggage, or if the case has Velcro cushioning or pick and pluck foam. Velcro is flexible and all of our generic cases come standard with it, but when buying a video system, companies such as Light and Motion offer their packages in Pelican cases with customized foam. Below are the Pelican cases we recommend."

Read the article here: Which Pelican Case is Best for You?