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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…
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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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The Maewan expedition: A four year journey to unexplored territories of the planet

A trip around the world, with so many unaccessible territories to explore. A 37-foot aluminum sailboat, the Maewan. His capitain, Erwan Le Lann, and the internationally renowned athletes that will accompany him on this four-year trip. And, of course, Peli. The perfect partner in this adventure. Being a part of extreme expeditions is a tradition of Peli Products. “At Peli…
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Peli Sails to the South Georgia Islands (2/2)

“Without question, the product we used most during the voyage, and have been using for many years now, were our Peli 1500 Cases. Tough, compact and easy to use, they guarantee the safety of the most sensitive equipment working under the most difficult conditions. For seven weeks, we were relentlessly bombarded by rain, snow, wind, waves and cold without our…
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Peli Sails to the South Georgia Islands (1/2)

“One thing we were certain of was that PELI products were our best bet for an expedition like the one we undertook to the South Georgia Islands. For nearly two months we endured extreme conditions, both aboard a sailboat that barely reached 20 metres, in which we crossed the most treacherous sea in the world, and on South Georgia Island,…
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