Protect your investment in a premium underwater camera housing with the Gates Pro Action Underwater Housing Case from Jason Cases. This rugged case builds laser-cut foam and a rigid overlay into a Pelican Storm iM2720 case to protect your gear. The laser-cut foam precisely conforms to the housing, keeping it snug and protected. The rigid overlay is fixed to the top surface of the compartment foam, offering additional protection from wear and tear, as well as labeling of the compartments. The case will hold the housing (with the side handle and neoprene lens cover attached) and cables and accessories in the extra slots.
The Storm iM2720 is an injection-molded case made of HPX high performance resin that is virtually unbreakable, dent-resistant and shatter-resistant. It is tough, rugged, lightweight, airtight and watertight. It is equipped with a permanently attached Vortex valve that automatically adjusts air pressure without letting in water, and that won't unscrew from the case. Press & Pull latches open with the push of a button, yet stay closed securely under impact or stress. The case has unbreakable molded-in hasps to allow the addition of standard size padlocks. It also has hinges with integrated feet that hold fast under impact, and create a flat surface for upright stability. It has three double-layered, soft-grip, solid-core handles; a lightweight, retractable, telescoping handle and rugged in-line wheels for easy transport.
- Three double-layered, soft-grip, solid-core carrying handles provide strong, durable comfort
- Lightweight, retractable, telescoping handle locks in place
- Rugged in-line wheels have shielded ball bearings, and are composed of a nylon core encased in a polyurethane tread. The wheels are mounted on a solid axle for improved stability and ease of transport.
- Meets ATA 300 category 1 standards for transit cases
- Meets FED-STD-101C requirements for drops and vibration (loose cargo)
- Exceeds the specifications listed in MIL-STD-648C for vibration (sweep)
- Meets MIL-STD-810F for immersion and simulated rainfall