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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 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…
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Superstorm proof
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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…
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Transporting combat robots
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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…
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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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How did Peli Products get its start?

Peli Products is the European, Middle Eastern and African subsidiary company of Pelican Products. For nearly four decades, Pelican Products has produced protective cases whose tales of survival are almost too tall to be believed. But how did this company get its start? And how has it built a reputation that is as durable as the equipment it makes? Pelican…
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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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