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familymad



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2016 Defender 130 Puma 2.2 HCPU Santorini Black
[For Sale] Pelican case Hardigg i3075 - large black waterpro

The iM3075 Storm Case is a large transport case from and one of the largest cases in the Storm range. Watertight, dustproof and crushproof, it comes with seven smooth-opening Press & Pull latches, a telescopic handle that locks in place and in-line wheels for ease of transport. This injection-moulded case boasts a highly durable protective shell built from resilient HPX polymer that resists impact even in low temperature laboratory testing, making it one of the best ways to transport your equipment safely. The Storm iM3075 also comes with four double-layered soft-grip handles to move the case easily, two padlockable hasps for securing your equipment and flush powerful hinges.

INTERNAL (MM)
Length 757
Width 528
Depth 452
Lid Depth 102
Base Depth 349
EXTERNAL (MM)
Length 846
Width 620
Depth 490

Bought for 2 expeditions and served us well. I have removed the multiple shipping and ferry stickers that’s they had on them travelling but some residue is still visible. Dust has stuck to that in the garage. No other marks or damage and in amazing shape. Work really well strapped down in the Defender.

I have 3 of the same model. Currently retailing for over £400 each. 3 for £550 or £225 each. I will also throw in the various interior foams we have in the loft for these. That adds loads when you buy them new!



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 1951 80" S1
1958 88" S2

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PM sent mate! Thumbs Up

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familymad



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2016 Defender 130 Puma 2.2 HCPU Santorini Black

SOLD subject to collection 1951 80" S1
1958 88" S2

Post #795329 27th Sep 2019 7:04am
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Good buy they are excellent cases; which reminds me I must put my last Pelican Peli 1610 “Protector” case up for sale.

I have been refraining from so doing until yours was sold - but I've now posted an ad. for mine:-

https://www.defender2.net/forum/post795421.html#795421

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familymad



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Good to meet Dan on the weekend, who had driven all the way from Devon in his lovely 300tdi. Cuppa refused for a quick turn and he then smashed it all the way back non stop! I believe there may have been a McDonalds stop to appease a hungry teen in tow Rolling with laughter 1951 80" S1
1958 88" S2

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Rolling with laughter My sister lives 30 mins away from you Simon and I didn't even visit her! Very happy with the cases mate, bargain. Thank you so much for the kind offers of refreshments et al but as you said, I needed to smash it! No stopping on the way back either! Thumbs Up

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