Pelican Storm iM2370 防水保护套 无泡沫(黑色)
- 内部尺寸 18.25 x 12.15 x 5.25 英寸(约 46.2 x 30.7 x 13.2 厘米)
You've got equipment to protect, and a Pelican Storm Case is the best way to do it. Why? It's all about the resin: our proprietary HPX Polymer is proven to resist impacts even in low-temperature laboratory testing. But the real proof is in the bragging rights that come with survival. Because to a Pelican Storm Case, whether falling from a helicopter, crashing down class V rapids or taking a hit in the center lane of the New Jersey turnpike is all in a day's work.
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It was time for a new computer case so of course I looked at Pelican. Since the last time I looked for a new case Pelican had purchased Hardigg. Hardigg was a competitor to Pelican with a lot of overlap in the product lines. As far as I can tell Pelican is continuing the Hardigg Storm case line.
This case (iM2370) is very close to the Pelican 1490. It is thicker and just a little wider. I don't have a scale precise enough to tell a difference in weight - there is not a noticeable difference to my shoulder.
One thing I like about this case over the 1490 is the latches. They are much more secure and hold the lid more firmly closed. The 1490 case latches have some "spring" to them that does not let them latch as firmly. The iM2370 latches are a harder plastic and have a nice double action required to open them.
The interior is very similar. I'm not sure if the interior parts are a carry-over from Hardigg, or a redesign by Pelican. I sort of like the lid organizer in the 1490 better, but it may be that I just got use to it. The accordion section in the iM2370 is too expandable which makes it floppy. It can actually flop over enough to interfere with the lid seal. So far the lid organizer is staying attached nicely. That was a slight problem on the 1490 cases.
If you can justify the cost, this case will last a long long time and will protect your important contents.
Also... you can search youtube for torture tests on storm cases... quite impressive.