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Nanuk 915 Hard Utility Case with Foam Insert (Olive)

BH #NA9151006 • MFR #915-1006
Nanuk
Nanuk 915 Hard Utility Case with Foam Insert (Olive)
Key Features
  • 13.8 x 9.3 x 6.2" Interior
  • Crushproof, Dustproof, and Waterproof
  • Cubed Foam Insert, Convoluted Lid Foam
  • Lightweight NK-7 Polypropylene Resin
Ideal for professionals, hobbyists, and outdoor enthusiasts of all stripes, the olive 915 Hard Utility Case from Nanuk is made from a crushproof, dustproof, and waterproof lightweight NK-7 polypropylene resin. It protects and stores delicate medium-sized items like small laptops, tablets, cameras, electronics, drones, sample kits, tools, handguns, and equipment of all sorts. This version of the 915 is offered with a cubed foam insert for its 13.8 x 9.3 x 6.2" interior and gives you the ability to remove just the foam needed to conform to the outline of your gear for maximum protection against drops and impacts during rough handling. A convoluted foam insert for the lid ensures your delicate equipment won't shift out of place.
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Nanuk 915 Overview

Ideal for professionals, hobbyists, and outdoor enthusiasts of all stripes, the olive 915 Hard Utility Case from Nanuk is made from a crushproof, dustproof, and waterproof lightweight NK-7 polypropylene resin. It protects and stores delicate medium-sized items like small laptops, tablets, cameras, electronics, drones, sample kits, tools, handguns, and equipment of all sorts. This version of the 915 is offered with a cubed foam insert for its 13.8 x 9.3 x 6.2" interior and gives you the ability to remove just the foam needed to conform to the outline of your gear for maximum protection against drops and impacts during rough handling. A convoluted foam insert for the lid ensures your delicate equipment won't shift out of place.

Its lid gasket is held fast with dual PowerClaw latches. This patented latch system uses compressive force to tightly clamp the case shut to a waterproof and dustproof IP67 rating, with an integrated slide lock that prevents the case from opening during transport or if dropped. For additional security, there are two 0.3" padlock holes integrated into the case and lid. A molded-in bezel system allows the use of optional inserts to be installed quickly and easily without the need to modify your case. A built-in pressure relief valve regulates the internal pressure, keeping your gear and the case from getting crushed during air travel and allowing you to open the case without having to break a tough pressurized seal that may develop. Further design features include rustproof stainless steel hardware and a foldable soft-grip handle at the top.

UPC: 666365000972

Nanuk 915 Specs

Carry/Transport OptionsHandle
ColorGreen
Type of ClosureLatch
Interior TypeCubed Foam
Security LockAccepts Padlock
Environmental
Water ResistanceWaterproof
Maximum Buoyancy17 lb / 7.7 kg
IP RatingIP67
Operating Temperature-20 to 140°F / -28 to 60°C
General
MaterialsExterior: Resin
DimensionsExterior
15.8 x 12.1 x 6.8" / 40.1 x 30.7 x 17.3 cm
Interior
13.8 x 9.3 x 6.2" / 35.1 x 23.6 x 15.7 cm
2.1" / 5.3 cm (Lid Depth)
4.1" / 10.4 cm (Base Depth)
Weight4.4 lb / 2 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight5.84 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)21.2 x 12.7 x 7.3"

Nanuk 915 Reviews

Great for most

By Nic
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-06-14

I have this case and a similar sized Pelican, the latter of which cost nearly twice as much. I would say this Nanuk is 3/4 the value. If you just want a hard case to keep things in storage, or from getting banged up in the back of a car etc. This is the perfect case, and I got mine on sale so double win. Its a quality built product. It is not however a Pelican, if you plan on getting down and dirty with your case, going into extreme environments, dragging it behind your car down the road etc. Spend the extra cash, if you just need a hard case for taking on planes, or something to keep gear dry while camping or in storage, this is the product for you. That is really the only difference I see between the two is the thickness/stiffness of the shell, and the sturdiness of the clasps. That is not to say this one is lacking in those things, but if I press really hard on the center of the lid, it will bow in a small amount, not enough to damage anything but a little. I would be confident throwing my pelican out of a plane. So ask yourself what you plan to do with this case, and buy accordingly, dollar for dollar I think the Nanuk has move value to most users.

Nanuk Builds a Very Nice, High Quality Case

By John
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-01

I've got SKB, Pelican and now Nanuk cases. It's no contest, Nanuk is the highest quality case of the three. It just has that well built feel and appearance of a thoughtfully engineered piece of equipment. I was so impressed with the 915 model, I've ordered two additional larger Nanuk cases.

Top build quality

By Michael
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-03-20

Have always gone with Pelican cases, but they didn't offer the exact size I needed. The Nanuk 915 was perfect and I can see no difference in quality between the two. Highly recommend.

A solid pick for some usage scenarios

By Paul
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-25

I recently picked up a pair of these cases while they were temporarily discounted and have no regrets. Whether this is a good pick at the normal going rate is going to depend heavily on your usage case (sorry ). It's hard to consider this case without comparing it to its close competitor, the Pelican Storm iM2100 (B&H #PEIM2100B). Similarities: - Dimensions 13.8 x 9.3 x 6.2 vs. 13 x 9.2 x 6 - Effectively indestructible. - Normal retail price within a few percent of each other - High end features like EPDM seals that maintain flexibility and watertightness even at Antarctic temperatures. Neutral differences: - Two pivot latches are more involved to open and close compared to the simpler single pivot latches of the Storm case. Both have shielded latches to prevent accidentally opening due to rough handling, but Nanuk's design provides greater shielding and a mechanical advantage to closing force. - The hinges incorporate hold opens. If you need them, they're great. If you don't then it can be annoying when they inadvertently get lifted. Advantages: - Nanuk has a molded bezel with untapped screw holes for the installation of panels in both the base and the lid. If you can cut your panel to the correct shape, attaching it to the case is trivial. Nanuk even sells panels ready made for the case for less than what Pelican charges for the special bezel kit you need before you can source your own panel. - Nanuk has put slightly more of the foam depth into the cubed layers instead of the convolute, yielding a small increase in usable depth. The tradeoff is that thinning convolute reduces its ability to compensate for differing depths of various equipment, but that's easy enough to work around if you save the foam you picked out to line the bottom of compartments that will receive shallower equipment. - Colors!!! Disadvantages: - The Nanuk foam came with a serious case of polyurethane dust that gets everywhere. I wouldn't put anything optical in there without some quality cleaning time with a vacuum to get rid of it. The iM2100's cubed foam isn't immune to the problem, but it's far less prominent. - Neither the cubed foam nor padded dividers that Nanuk offers can compete with the customization and packing efficiency of Pelican's brilliant TrekPak divider system (B&H #TRIM2100TRPK). Buy this case if: - It's on sale, something that Pelican doesn't ever do in my experience. - You want to do anything involving mounting panels into the case. The Nanuk is optimized for that usage scenario. - You need the hold opens built into the hinges to keep your case from closing accidentally during use. Buy the Pelican Storm iM2100 if: - You've got the budget to do the TrekPak divider system. It fits more into a case than cubed foam without sacrificing protection and avoids the polyurethane dust problem. The high cost of this system is partially offset by needing fewer cases for the same gear and by a reduced cost if you need to rearrange a case compared to buying replacement cubed foam sets. - You open and close your cases a lot, and don't want the hold opens or the more complicated hinge design getting in the way of fast access. Conclusions: I'm looking forward to building a portable battery in one of these cases using 26650 LiFePO4 cells leveraging the superior support for panels, but I am keeping my cameras in the Pelican Storm cases because of TrekPak.

Solid case

By Igor
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-31

Probably best case I ever had. Built like a tank!

Perfect to protect your Items!

By Tobias
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-28

I am in the process of buying a lot of cases to store my equipment in the best protected way. The purchase of the Nanuk was kind of a test buy to see which one best fits my needs (Pelican or Nanuk). And my decision is made. I will buy more Nanuk Cases. Nanuk Cases feel more modern in my opinion. I also really like the clamps on the Nanuk because of they feel more safe and secure. Otherwise, the two famous brands come along with almost the same features (e.g., dust-proof, waterproof, foam inside, etc.).

Amazing Quality

By Mauricio
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-14

Love this Utility case.. My BMPC6K Pro needed it and she's happy :)

The Nanuk 915 case

By Young Chel
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-08

The Nanuk 915 case, about the size of a Macbook Air, is large enough to store simple cameras and lenses or other gadgets.

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