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Pelican 1615AirNF Wheeled Hard Case with Liner, No Insert (Black)

BH #PE1615ACLB • MFR #016150-0011-110
Pelican 1615AirNF Wheeled Hard Case with Liner, No Insert (Black)
Key Features
  • Waterproof, Crushproof & Lightweight
  • 29.6 x 15.5 x 9.4" Interior Space
  • Made of Super-Light HPX2 Polymer
  • Updated Push-Button Latching System
The waterproof 1615AirNF Wheeled Carry-On Hard Case in black from Pelican is a crushproof case made from lightweight HPX2 polymer that will protect and store sensitive gear. The case is secured with an updated push-button latching system on three sides that uses compressive force to tightly clamp the case shut. This edition of the 1615Air comes lined but without foam or other inserts, allowing you the freedom to completely customize the roomy 29.6 x 15.5 x 9.4" interior to your specific needs and gear. Carry your case using one of the three overmolded handles or if it's too heavy, extend the pull handle and tow it behind you on its two low-profile, quiet-running wheels.
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Answered by: Kirk
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Asked by: Emilio
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