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We do the thinking: best gift ideas for adventure lovers

Christmas is around the corner. We all love this time of the year: hot chocolate mugs, beautiful lights on the streets, long family meals and… presents. Who could possibly not be delighted by the perspective of spending hours thinking about the perfect gift for… well, too many people? There’s no telling we end up drawing on the pair-of-socks-and-pajamas pack. Good…
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The story behind: Peli Photocontest Testimonials (II)

Although an image is worth 1.000 words, and we truly believe that, the stories behind Peli Photocontest 2015 best pictures are worth telling. Every Friday we’re coming out with a new one. And if last week it was the winner’s turn, today it’s time for the runner-up: As a cave photographer I always need equipment that can survive the toughest…
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Peli unveils the iM3410 Storm Case™

Long items also deserved a Peli solution for transportation. And so, Peli Products is proud to introduce the new iM3410 Peli™ Storm Case™. Perfect for tripods, long rifles, and any long, narrow equipment, it features 53,5 Liters of possible storage space. The high-performance HPX™ polymer construction helps to protect equipment from some of the harshest conditions on Earth, so there…
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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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HazMat carriers?

One question we often get is whether or not there are any hazardous substances in our cases. The short answer is “No”. The Restriction on Hazardous Substances (or RoHS) specifically bans or restricts the use of lead, cadmium, mercury, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) and polybrominated biphenyl ethers (PBDE). It went into effect in 2006 and since then Peli cases…
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