|The pelican case is made of stainless steel and can protect your GPS unit from almost anything. It is water resistant, crush proof and dust proof. The case has an easy open latch so you won't have to struggle to get it open. Interior Dimensions is 4.37" x 2.87" x 1.68" (11.1 x 7.3 x 4.3 cm) GREAT FOR RUGGED SPORTS - NOT FOR SWIMMING OR SUBMERGING, Easy open latch, Custom rubber liner doubles as o-ring seal, Stainless steel hardware, Water resistant, crushproof, and dust proof, Includes magnet. Pelican Products was founded in Torrance, California, in 1975 by David and Arline Parker as a mail-order home business. It was David Parker's desire to develop unique and practical products for the dive market. Pelican cases are molded plastic containers that seal with an airtight and watertight gasket. Pelican cases include a barometric relief valve made of Gore-Tex to prevent pressure damage to the case, during transportation or when the air pressure in the environment changes. If the case falls into water, generally there will be enough air in the case to keep it afloat. The barometric relief valve permits air to pass through, but not water or other liquids. Under some extreme conditions leakage is technically possible, but such conditions are unlikely to be encountered, except in the case of deliberate vandalism. Pelican Products also manufactures customized rotationally molded cases built for specialized sensitive equipment protection. The cases can be modified with features including internal shock-mount systems, manual pressure relief valves, humidity indicators, custom foam and fabricated metal framing for electronics. Pelican Products also runs a series of Advanced Case Centers in California, Virginia, Massachusetts, Canada, France, United Kingdom and Australia that handle customization and design work for their cases.
The pelican case is made of stainless steel and can protect your GPS unit from almost anything. It is water resistant, crush proof and dust proof. The case has an easy open latch so you won't have to struggle to get it open.