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Pelican Introduces Mobile Tool Chest

October 05, 2011  | 

Pelican Products' 1460TOOL mobile tool chest features a two-level, extra deep, fully customizable tray system that lifts out of the case on reinforced stainless steel brackets, according to the company.

The trays, with their interchangeable dividers, accommodate a wide variety of configurations to protect and organize standard hand tools and accessories that mechanics and service technicians use in the field. When the case is properly closed, its lid works with the tray system to form a seal that secures all parts inside so that the case can be flipped upside down and the contents will stay organized. Additionally the lid opens up 180 degrees to form a wide stable base.

The 1460TOOL is engineered with an open cell-core wall, polymer construction that protects sensitive equipment from the world's harshest conditions. Standard features include a lid equipped with a polymer o-ring for a dustproof and water-resistant seal, as well as two dual action latches that have been tested to withstand nearly 400 pounds of pressure (but open with a light pull). To add another level of security and discourage break-ins, the 1460 TOOL also features two stainless steel padlock protectors.

The 1460TOOL sports an integrated automatic pressure equalization valve that keeps moisture out and prevents vacuum lock, ensuring the case is easier to open at any altitude. Two over molded rubberized grips are standard on each side and a handle on top of the case is also featured.  Genuine Pelican Cases are fully stackable for optimal space efficiency and can always be spotted by their distinctive, trademarked "Dual Band" design.

The 1460TOOL retails for $339.95 and is available in black, tool-box red or yellow.

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