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    I just received an email from Adorama announcing new Pelican AIR cases which are 40% lighter.

    The 1535 roller case is available empty, with foam, padded dividers, and even with TrekPak dividers.
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    Empty Pelican 1510 weighs 11.99 lbs., costs $150

    Empty Pelican 1535 AIR weighs 8.69 lbs., costs $188
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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy Jim View Post
    I just received an email from Adorama announcing new Pelican AIR cases which are 40% lighter.

    The 1535 roller case is available empty, with foam, padded dividers, and even with TrekPak dividers.
    A very welcome evolution combination, lighter case with the TrekPak dividers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy Jim View Post
    Empty Pelican 1510 weighs 11.99 lbs., costs $150

    Empty Pelican 1535 AIR weighs 8.69 lbs., costs $188
    Just a heads up that they are not the same size.

    Specifically the new air case is more than a third of an inch shallower. This may not matter for your application, but if you want to keep a bottom plate on or a top plate or nato rails etc. that loss could very well make the difference of the case being able to close or not.
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    Yeah saw these, very excited but a bit curious about the dimensions changes from the 1550 and 1600 line ... depth may certainly be an issue in some cases, going to get one of the 1555 Air though to see how that rocks with a compact complete Weapon kit. TrekPak looks interesting, keen to see how snug I can get gear in this configuration and it might solve the frustrating issue I have with padded dividers where smaller bits seem to escape beneath the divides and run riot in other compartments!
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    Trekpak has been great for us. They are located in my hometown so I have the opportunity to go direct to their shop and pick up inserts. Here's a shot of a pelican 1510 with a complete Dragon setup.
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    TrekPak is so much better than pick/pluck foam. Now as your gear changes, you don't have to buy new foam! YAY! Just repo your TrekPak inserts!
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