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The story behind: Peli Photocontest Testimonials

Peli Photocontest 2015 is done, and it has left us amazing photographs. And even though they say an image is worth 1.000 words, some of the stories behind the best pictures of our Photocontest are definetely worth sharing. It couldn’t have been any other way, here’s the story behind this year’s winning picture: The pictured 1400 Peli Case always took good…
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Peli Cases for drones: discover our Pick N Pluck foam!

You have it. Your drone. You have been considering for a while which one was the best option, have spent so much time comparing.. And finally it is yours. Now there’s just one detail left: how do you carry it? Don’t take any chances, such a precious thing requires the best companion. And that’s a lightweight, waterproof, strong and unconditionally…
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Light it up in style! Peli unveils the 1910 and 1920 LED lights, now in metallic colours

Small, lightweight, powerful and colorful. And resistant, of course. There are the core features of the Peli 1910 and 1920 LED lights, created with style and function in mind. As tough-as-nails and water resistant, they provide bright illumination for glove compartments, travel bags, emergency kits, tool cases and anyone who needs a powerful and compact LED light at hand. These…
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“There lays the iM2370, flat on the dirty road. Scratched and dusty but… it’s a PELI case!”

Sometimes expeditions get complicated. PELI-sponsored astrophotographer Christoph Malin, from Austria, knows this well. An iM2370 Peli Case saved his work in Tunisia, and he shared his story with us: So we are deep in northern Tunisia – at that remote, ancient Roman ruins site working late, day and night on a time-lapse astrophotography shoot. We pack the car at 04:00…
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3715 LED Light review by Sebastien Lambert

Firefighter: Sebastien Lambert Country: France Peli Products 3715 LED Light The Peli 3715 Zone 0 LED Light is very convenient for its size, clip and flat lower part. It can be held in the hand or clipped on the fire jacket,  but also be placed on the ground to illuminate a large intervention area. It shines a really powerful light, but at the same time, thanks to the three strategically placed LEDs, useful to illuminate…
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A life lived in the mountains: Sebastien Montaz

Probably, his unique perspective has a lot to do with the award-winning trajectory of his productions. Maybe it is because of the passion that impregnates each of his films, showing adventure and mountains the way he loves them. You may know Sebastien Montaz-Rosset for titles such as such as “I believe I can fly” with the skyliners, “T’es pas bien…
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Introducing ATEX, the European Directive for Security in Explosive Atmospheres

ATEX is the European Regulatory Framework for Manufacture, Installation and Use of Equipment in Explosive Atmospheres. It’s long, but not half as complicated as it sounds. Certain areas, such as mines, chemical industries, oil and petrol exploitations, or fires, are under a high risk of explosion. Can you imagine the consequences a sparkle may have in a fire? The health…
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Peli Introduces the 9490 Remote Area Lighting System (RALS)

Peli Products’ Remote Area Lighting Systems (RALS) take the hassle out of lighting remote work spaces and offer lighting solutions for all your work needs. Breakthrough LED technology coupled with gel-acid batteries provide silent, dependable lighting anywhere it’s needed. To provide a convenient and ecologically responsible alternative to generator powered lights, Peli’s Remote Area Lights group announces the introduction of…
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Peli Introduces the 9415Z0 LED

Peli Products proudly announces the launch of the 9415Z0 LED, its most powerful handheld light in the market, safety-approved for the most volatile work areas. At just 1.65 Kg and 392 lumens, the 9415Z0 Flashlight packs the power without the weight. Four LEDs, powered by the latest generation Ni-MH batteries light up a distance of 392 meters And it’s loaded…
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