Explorer Cases 2717 Case with Bag-S and Panel-27 (Olive)

BH #EXCPC2717KTG • MFR #ECPC-2717KTG
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Explorer Cases 2717 Case with Bag-S and Panel-27 (Olive)
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Explorer Cases 2717 Case with Bag-S and Panel-27 (Olive)

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Explorer Cases 2717 Overview

The olive 2717 Case with Bag-S and Panel-27 from Explorer Cases is a waterproof equipment transporting case that is resistant to chemicals, humidity, harsh temperatures, and to dust. The small Explorer case is manufactured of a copolymer polypropylene compound and is 100% made in Italy, where great attention is paid to designing its jam-free purge valves and latches.

The 2717 includes a black Bag-S padded bag, which features internal adjustable padded dividers for flexible configuration, and the Panel-27 lid, which adds additional secure protection for gear stored in the case. The Bag-S is engineered to be a durable padded bag, is outfitted with a rubber coated handle, and a robust zipper with a lockable touch fastener pull zipper. It includes a useful external front pouch for documents, a removable shoulder strap, and rubber feet on the bottom to grant better grip.

The 2717 case also features counterbalance supports and a lid that can be set to slide off when opened 70 degrees. It is suitable to protect sensitive electronic, photographic, broadcasting, medical equipment.

UPC: 659096130858

Explorer Cases 2717 Specs

Closure TypeLatch
MaterialsPolypropylene
Interior ContentsDividers/Organizers
Exterior Dimensions12 x 10.6 x 7.6" / 30.5 x 26.9 x 19.3 cm
Interior Dimensions10.9 x 7.9 x 6.7" / 27.7 x 20.1 x 17 cm
Interior Cubic Volume0.4 ft³ / 0.011 m³
WatertightYes
Maximum Buoyancy14.8 lb / 6.7 kg
IP RatingIP67
Storage Temperature-27.4 to 194.0°F / -33 to 90°C
Weight4.9 lb / 2.2 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight7 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)13 x 12.5 x 9"
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