Pelican Cache Container - Small


Pelican Cache Container - Small


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This is the "Rolls Royce" of cache containers. Serious piece of kit. It's expensive but worth it. 

If you are looking for an extremely reliable, watertight, crushproof, and dust proof container, we have done the work and found several sizes for you.

This is the 'small' size: 15cm x 10.5cm (not including carabiner).

It's time you gave your geocache protection from Pelican. The manufacturer has over-engineered these clear-lidded cache containers, knowing how we like to play outside and knowing how unpredictable nature can be. The domed clam-shell body is made of extra-thick clear industrial plastic with ridges for extra strength.The cache identifier text and URL are printed on a metal plaque on the lid and permanently identify the purpose of this box.

Easy-open latch; rubber liner for extra protection doubles as o-ring seal; automatic pressure equalization valve - balances interior pressure, keeps water out when submerged; stainless steel hardware.

Pelican's legendary unconditional lifetime guarantee: "You break it, we replace it...forever."

These heavy duty polycarbonate watertight cache containers are strong and feature simple ABS latches, corrosion proof stainless steel hardware, and have an automatic purge valve.

Exterior dimensions: 5.88" x 4.6" x 2.12"
Interior dimensions: 4.37" x 2.87" x 1.68"

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5 out of 5, based on 2 reviews
Dooghan from Nth QLD on Jul 03, 2014
These pelican containers are worth the money. Rugged, tough and waterproof like the good old ammo container. I also gave the 2 I bought the water test. Not a drop. Good for years of service not months.
Response from
Jul 05, 2014
Thanks for the review Dooghan. I've always had a suspicion that a well sealed Pelican case would actually be good for full time immersion, but I don't think anyone has had the nerve to try it yet!
WyldMan92 from Victoria on Mar 20, 2013
Amazing container, the description says it all, they are sturdy, descent size and very waterproof, I had mine sitting in a bucket of water for a week without any water getting in.
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Mar 20, 2013
Wow ! Now that was a test, impressive. Thanks Carl

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