Rain or Shine: Dr. Marina Costa and Her Dolphins Stay Protected

“I am working at sea with a small RHIB in the Falklands studying dolphins… we cannot go out without our PELI case. The RHIB is constantly under water from the sea or sky. Our cameras, phones, laptops stay protected in the case!” Dr. Costa and her team were working on the `Dolphins of the Kelp´ project focused on two species, Commerson’s and Peale’s dolphins that are present year-round in the coastal waters off the Falkland Islands. One of their studies…
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A Day in the Life of Malcolm Airey – Field Guide, British Antarctic Survey

What is a typical day like for you? Days in the life as a Field Guide for the British Antarctic Survey are very rarely the same! Our principal role is the provision of field camp and travel safety for the many different scientists operating all over West Antarctica in the summer field season.  Depending on the science project we are assisting with, we could be assisting with radaring glaciers, sampling rocks on geology projects, general camp management on large-scale ice-core…
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From San Francisco to Cairns: Coxless Crew testimonial

The Coxless Crew were the first fours team to row the Pacific Ocean, setting a new world record, from San Francisco to Cairns, Australia. Peli Products had the pleasure to sponsor them, and here’s their testimonial about how our products worked: Peli Products were kind enough to sponsor us for our 257 day row across the Pacific Ocean with headtorches, hand torches and waterproof casing for our iPods and iPads. Needless to say, these were essential items that helped make…
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International Women’s Day: Celebrating exceptional achievements

Rowing the Pacific Ocean from San Francisco to Australia Or taking a 10.000 km Journey in a Volkswagen Split from France to the Arctic Circle via Norway – climbing the most vertiginous walls. Today it’s International Women’s Day and we’re celebrating the achievements of two Peli-sponsored expeditions composed by extraordinary women. One is led by passion for the sea, the other, by passion for the mountain. For both teams, Adventure runs through their veins. The Coxless Crew are a group…
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One ocean, four women, one fight

One ocean to sail and four women to row it. A 8.446 mile journey from San Francisco, USA, to Cains, Australia, in a 29ft boat. They are Natalia Cohen (39), Laura Penhaul (31), Emma Mitchell (29) and Isabel Burnham (30). They are The Coxless Crew, and Peli, their proud sponsor. In just a few days, this group of young will attempt a new world record by becoming the first ever fours crew to row the Pacific Ocean, in the process…
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Peli Cat-Chow

Ross O’Donoghue On a recent trip through Zimbabwe the 1150 Peli case became the prey of a member of the carnivore family. Shumba, less than a year old, pounced on the case and subjected it to its inch long canines. The Peli case withstood its brush with the jaws of death and also the rock bashing hike into the Zambezi valley and all the whitewater Ross encountered in the following weeks.   Photo by PELI brand ambassador Thorsten Milse
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Superstorm proof

Superstorm proof
Tim Cothren I was out of town when Sandy hit. When I returned I saw 6 feet of sea water bashed through my apartment near Sheepshead Bay Brooklyn. The place was/ is wrecked. I found my cameras underneath a soaked futon and dresser. I held my breath and opened them up. Holy #### !!!!! they were dry and fired right up.
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Transporting combat robots

Transporting combat robots
RioBotz Team, PUC-Rio University, Rio de Janeiro Brazil “RioBotz is a team from PUC-Rio University in Rio de Janeiro that builds combat robots. We’re one of the biggest in the world and we’ve won more than 100 titles over our 10 years of existence. Combat robots need to be tough! Their structure is made from high grade materials, like aeronautic and naval aluminum, specials steels and titanium. But they aren’t completely tough; they also have fragile parts, like electronics and…
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Stuck in the South Gobi desert, Mongolia

Randy Toelle. Stuck in the South Gobi desert, Mongolia.
Randy Toelle I was out in the south Gobi desert in Mongolia a while back, and we had a flat tire on our vehicle. The guys I was with did not want me to help change it, they told me they had flats all the time. After they got the tire and wheel off, they knocked the truck off the jack and into the sand. I told them I wanted to use my Peli case as cribbing. They said no…
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Expedition: In the Footsteps of Shackleton

“Men wanted for hazardous journey. Small wages. Bitter cold. Long months of complete darkness. Constant danger. Safe return doubtful. Honour and recognition in case of success.” —Ernest 10 years after his first expedition to South Georgia in the Arctic Circle, Sebastián Álvaro is returning to follow the footsteps of Sir Ernest Shackleton, in what was undoubtedly his most legendary feat: crossing the Island of San Pedro to rescue the crew of the Endurance, which had been trapped on Elephant Island…
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