Pelican iM2500 Storm Trak Case without Foam (Black)

BH #PEIM2500NFB • MFR #IM2500-00000
Pelican
Pelican iM2500 Storm Trak Case without Foam (Black)
Key Features
  • HPX High Performance Resin Case
  • Dent-resistant and Shatter-resistant
  • Tough, Rugged and Lightweight
  • Airtight and Watertight
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The Pelican iM2500 Storm Trak Case without Foam (Black) 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. There is a permanently attached Vortex valve that automatically adjusts air pressure without letting in water, and 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 that allow the addition of standard size padlocks. It has hinges with integrated feet that hold fast under impact, and create a flat surface for upright stability. It is carried by a double-layered, soft-grip, solid-core handle, lightweight retractable, telescoping handle and rugged in-line wheels.

This case has an empty interior.

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Pelican iM2500 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Construction
  • 3On Board
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
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  • 9
  • 10Carrying options
  • 11Tests

The Pelican iM2500 Storm Trak Case without Foam (Black) 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. There is a permanently attached Vortex valve that automatically adjusts air pressure without letting in water, and 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 that allow the addition of standard size padlocks. It has hinges with integrated feet that hold fast under impact, and create a flat surface for upright stability. It is carried by a double-layered, soft-grip, solid-core handle, lightweight retractable, telescoping handle and rugged in-line wheels.

This case has an empty interior.

Construction

  • HPX high performance resin exterior
  • Tough, rugged and lightweight
  • Airtight and watertight
  • Vortex air pressure valve
  • Press and pull latches
  • Molded-in hasps
  • Hinges with integrated feet
  • Molded-in stacking ribs

On Board

Meets current FAA requirements for carry on bags, by fitting under seats and in overhead compartments
Note:
Requirements are subject to change always check with the carrier
Injection-molded case made of HPX high performance resin is virtually unbreakable, dent-resistant and shatter-resistant
Permanently attached Vortex valve automatically adjusts air pressure without letting in water, and won't unscrew from the case
Press & Pull latches open with the push of a button, yet stay closed securely under impact or stress
Two unbreakable molded-in hasps allow the addition of standard size padlocks, offering another measure of security
Hinges with integrated feet hold fast under impact and create a flat surface for upright stability
Molded-in stacking ribs provide no-slip stability for multiple case-stacking during storage or transport

Carrying options

  • Double-layered, soft-grip, solid-core carrying handle provides 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.

Tests

  • 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
UPC: 825494000332

Pelican iM2500 Specs

Carry/Transport OptionsTop Handle, Telescoping Handle, Wheels
Closure TypeLatch
MaterialsResin
Interior ContentsNone
Exterior Dimensions21.7 x 14.1 x 8.9" / 55.1 x 35.8 x 22.6 cm
Interior Dimensions20.5 x 11.5 x 7.2" / 52.1 x 29.2 x 18.3 cm
WatertightYes
Weight11 lb / 5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight12.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)22 x 14 x 9.5"
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The case is listed as weighing 17.0 lb. So how is ...

The case is listed as weighing 17.0 lb. So how is the package weight 15.15lb?
Asked by: Daniel
The "package weight", and the "case weight" was accidently reversed, meaning the case weight is 15.7, and the package weight is 17.0.
Answered by: Lenny
Date published: 2020-03-27

Is there a lid organizer option for this ...

Is there a lid organizer option for this case?/Will a Pelican lid organizer fit?
Asked by: Richard
One can use the Pelican Utility Lid Organizer: https://bhpho.to/39pwc7H , when using the Pelican iM2500 Storm Case with Padded Dividers.
Answered by: Lenny
Date published: 2020-03-27

Hi just want to know the condition of the item. ...

Hi just want to know the condition of the item. (New or used)
Asked by: aero
Mine was new at this price, double boxed when it shipped as B&H has always done for me! It is a great case BTW, I customized mine with some dividers to hold everything in place.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-11-29

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I'm a go-to Pelican guy. Yet, after reading one review versus the comparable Nanuk case, can anyone vouch for the Nanuk being superior quality and possessing more attention to detail?
Asked by: Zach
I’ve used both brands. They’re different, and I’d say the pelican is what I’d use if I needed to be sure it would stay dry. I’d use the other brand for average uses and it’s possibly a bit more innovative with designs.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-08-28

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Will this case hold 2 DSLR and 3 lenses? 50mm, 24-70 and 70-200
Asked by: joseph o.
Yes, I used it for my Contax 645 system with 2 bodies and 3 lenses, the only catch might be the 70-200 which will have to go length wise. Just map them all out with a sharpie and cut or pull the foam for each component.
Answered by: LARRY L.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Will this Pelican Storm case performs better than the new Pelican Air Case (1535)?
Asked by: Ry L.
They are all great cases...Storm cases are the best to my opinion !
Answered by: Yves N.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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The latches on my Pelican 1510 pop open when the bag is checked. Can anyone comment on whether the Storm latches are more secure?
Asked by: Michael M.
Unlike the 1510 pelican case the storm case has a button you need to press before the latch can physically open. The only way the latches will open if the baggage is checked is if there is pressure on both latches at the exact same time while two different objects are pulling the latch open which is highly improbable. I feel the latches on the store in case are much more secure than the 1510 pelican case.
Answered by: JOSEPH G.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Is the foam glued in?
Asked by: Anonymous
The foam is not glued in!
Answered by: Sylvie S.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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