The only trade-off is you can expect to be "randomly" selected and searched at the airport, especially if you get your vest from an army surplus store ;). I use my Vanguard cases to secure my gear in the car – I chain the case into the boot, and the vanguard has steel re-inforced holes for padlocks. Is the only real difference between the black/yellow cases the colour? My tip would be to try and take as big a piece of foam out as possible so it can be better re-used if need be. Did see the Kincrome yellow cases, but thought it was possibly a little small, plus it was $85. yeah "blank" look upon asking employees! There weren't any at Bunnings Shellharbour today. Combine the Pelican … When they offered it I inquired about the resolution and received an answer that was useless and unconvincing – nothing about resolution, file size etc but 'base 4' or something like that. Sounds good. Take your camera gear on board with you. I wonder if I went into the local Bunnings here with the stock number if they would get one in? [])), +((!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+[])+(+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![])+(!+[]-(!![]))+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])-[])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]))/+((!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+[])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])-[])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![])+(+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![])+(!+[]+(!![])+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![]+!![])+(!+[]+(!! Please enable JavaScript to enhance your experience on the Bunnings site. :). It's Bunnings. I grabbed 2 of them yesterday. There is very thin foam under the camera, and the protrusion from the flash shoe reduces the amount of foam protection above the camera at this point, so how safe is that?! So, has anyone actually seen different size cases at Bunnings as per the post on th first page of the thread? It looks ok and appear well made but it's heavy, I doubt that it could ever be used to carry your gear on board a plane due to the 7.5kg limit for hand carried luggage. Our Metropolitan Melbourne stores are now open for all customers. On another note, the Bunnings ones seem really popular in this thread... why do people use them for their camera gear over a normal large camera bag? lol! They are on page 16 of the latest Bunnings catalogue. After seeing this thread I just had a look at the local Bunnings in Altona North, out in Melbourne's West. I saw them on sat 4th sept. They're pretty good value aren't they! I bought 2 of these myself a few months back.. great value!!! I couldn't find these in Bunnings Northland. I picked up one box at the Rockdale (Sydney) store last Saturday. The K-m is the entry level Pentax DSLR body. eg. Almost gone. They just have the Kincrome badge instead.Bunnings will get them in for you, but they're $30.00 dearer. This involved rather extensive lens changes! Brand was Craft-Right. Where you find a competitor's lower price on the same stocked item, we'll beat it by10%. If it isn't useful to you, or you don't see the need for one, then don't buy one. They found them in their system, and they're a promo item. Customers can shop with us in-store or online with our Click & Deliver or Drive & Collect services. It was a demo with no packaging, so got it for $50. The guy I asked seemed to know about their existance though. Anyone seen these cases in Melbourne's outer east? I would expect an actual Pelican case to just absorb the shock and bounce back. pics please! ), you're sort of out of luck as you've already removed the foam! These cases are designed rugged, and travel the harshest environments on earth. Shop wherever you are, whenever you want. Right I have had my cases for a few weeks now, and now its time that Im going to pick the foam to make space for my kit.. before I give it a go though – does anyone have any tips as to what the best approach is.. whats the best way? One left now in Tweed. Luckily I also have a crappy point and shoot :), Showing the case closedhttp://www.photoncreative.com.au/dropbox/case1.jpg, Showing the case open with my 450D and another lens + accessories.http://www.photoncreative.com.au/dropbox/case2.jpg. Today I asked again and actually found someone who knew something! Any good? They also had the ABS case, and again the Vanguard was a better product. go browse the toolbox section.. if its not there then they don't have it. try another bunnings.. my local bunnings got a few last time I went there. First time Bunnings have ever had what I actually wanted! I would buy a real Pelican and a padlock and check it in if I needed to take camera gear on a plane. Without having measured my own camera and grip, the size I got for the D3 was 160mm. I contacted one of my local Bunnings store and asked them to try entering the FL Number (5810146) into the computer and it "indicated" that there were stocks in a couple of the NSW stores (thankyou Julie) : But she also warned that these may not be 100% accurate so still may be hit and miss.....worth a visit if anyone lives nearby ? After buying 2 x CraftRight cases just over a year ago, so would I. I would. Please I'll be interested to see how many items the case can fit. This is good for $65 and larger from the yellow one. Just have to figure out how to get them back to Sydney. I like the idea of the lens standing up. It is cruel that the reciept says "black plastic" but it is actually safety yellow, but oh well :-). Mine are going well apart from stuffing up the first cut out after getting more gear. PELICAN/TRIMCAST 1 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY FOR ROTO MOULDED CONTAINERSTrimcast Products Pty Ltd warrants to the original purchaser of its rotationally moulded containers that its containers will be free of defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of invoice. Like someone previously said, the one that was on display did have quite a distinctive gap in the front between the handles. They were in the middle of the store, at the end of aisle 15 (I think) like the other toolboxes/cases, but further towards the outdoor section. All the cases I purchased (3 of them) had the knob and all three were wrapped tightly in plastic, My box was sealed up with packing tape and the case was in a "shrink wrap" plastic. It did look like most stores had them on backorder though... EDIT: And they said they can't order it because it was a one-off promo. I can also now chain my gear in the boot of the car when I stop off for a snack on the way home after a shoot. If Pelican dont have something to suit your needs, take a look at our extensively broader range of camera cases, bags and covers - grab a bargain on genuine brand name cases to suit a wide range of camera brands and models, including Canon, Nikon, Lowepro, Manfrotto, Fuji, Ricoh, Olympus and Sony. Because they are too far apart, there is a slight bowing of the lid in the middle at the joints. Pelican Cargo cases are the perfect solution to keep your valuable gear, clothing, tools, and even dry food organized, secured, and protected. has anyone stress tested these against the actual Peli/Storm cases? Not that cheap (but cheap in the US). Hmm Im interested in one of these. Thanks. We are open for Business and Trading as per COVID-19 Guidelines. Minchinbury Bunnings (NSW) has stacks in stock.. i picked one up this afternoon, there had to be at least another 9 or so there. ?if so, i might visit bunnings tomorrow, hmm might be going in there on friday,, not sure if there will be one left though, but i can try my luck :). I'm not a fan of the pick and pluck foam. I don't need a mil spec Pelican case for a few hundred, but a decent knock off for $70 or so seems perfect. Not good enough for check-in luggage though. yeah I can do that.. but part of the problem is that when people have gone into the stores asking for them the shop assistants have not known about them or said they didnt have any when they did.. but you are right.. its worth ringing about :) Now I need to go back and check this thread and see what they are called.. Has anyone who purchased one got the bar code or item number to make it easier for them to check when I ring? Search for the following product codes: Or under "BROWSE PRODUCTS", select TOOLS then CARRY CASE. Hey guys, I threw some pictures up on my blog just for you. However, there should be enough depth if you place your camera body flat instead of upright without the lens attached. (Too much gear is never enough), http://www.users.on.net/~lightyc/pics.jpg. Edit: did anyone elses foam smell like vodka/tequila ?i dont drink either often, so cant remember which smell it is exactly...but its sure strong :). :p, here is how I set mine up – http://www.flickr.com/photos/jipix/3785200736/, My case is home to -- camera body with lens (ef24-105mm with hood) plus hand strap. Don't forget to fill them up with some silica gel as well to dry the case out. Might get the smaller one to house the 70-200mm f/2.8 lol. (think i read before someone said $90? The actual hinge has been destroyed and now the top lid comes freely off. Supercheap now have the $89 case I mentioned on Pg 14 for $52. Might have to go check bunnings later in the week. Ended up buying two. Visit us today for the widest range of Tool Storage products. Discount Camera warehouse has samples in the store. I paid $99.00 now they've dropped to $69.00 :(. I might upload some photos tomorrow if I get around to it. Excludes trade quotes, stock liquidations, commercial quantities and MarketLink products. These are larger than the original ones i bought and also are a black version. Now to the Pelican, nice handy light little case, well made, well protected all round BUT I have trouble fitting the EOS 5DII into its slot – it sticks up too much and leaves marks from the flash shoe on the foam in the cover. Should have the round knob which has an o-ring on it. 2 on the same side as the handle, then 1 on each side similar to a Pelican 1600. Not all Bunnings stores will get them in from what my local store told me. Yes they are in the toolbox section, but remember that they are in cardboard boxes and most likely up high and to the back of the shelf. Built with the same legendary performance and quality Pelican is known for, Pelican™ Cargo cases are extremely durable, weather tested, and feature a limited lifetime guarantee (cases only).

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