Case Club CC2617123ISK Case

From: $197.64

Inside Dimensions: 26.08"L x 17.00"W x 12.00"H

Exterior Dimensions: 28.60"L x 20.00"W x 13.65"H

Lid / Base Split: 2.00"Lid / 10.00"Base

Shipping Weight: 23.00 lbs

Case has a Lifetime Warranty

Padlockable (with customer supplied padlock)

Built in Pressure Equalization Valve


Case has a Lifetime Guarantee of Excellence

Case Club Mil-Standard Waterproof Cases are molded of ultra high-strength polypropylene copolymer resin, featuring a gasketed, water and dust tight, submersible design (MIL-C-4150J) that is resistant to corrosion and impact damage. Features a molded-in hinge, patented “trigger release” latch system, comfortable, snap-down rubber over-molded cushion grip handle, automatic ambient pressure equalization valve (MIL-STD-648C), resistance to UV, solvents, corrosion, fungus and impact damage (MIL-STD-810F).

Product Specifications

Interior Dimensions26.08"L x 17.00"W x 12.00"H
(662mm x 432mm x 304.8mm)
Exterior Dimensions28.60"L x 20.00"W x 13.65"H
(726mm x 508mm x 347mm)
I.D. Lid/Base Split2.00"Lid / 10.00"Base
(51mm / 254mm)
Shipping Weight23.00 LBS (estimated weight of the product with packaging such as a cardboard box)
(10.43 kg)
CharacteristicsWaterproof, Shippable, Lifetime Warranty, Crushproof, Outdoor Use
HardwareWheels (Tilt Wheels), Padlockable, Hinged Lid, Built in Locks (option), Pressure Equalization Valve
Manufacturing MethodInjection Molded
Manufacturing OriginUnited States of America
Case Interior No Foam | With Customizable Foam | With Padded Dividers | With PU Flat Foam | With PE Flat Foam | With Convoluted Foam | With Anti-Static Flat Foam | With PU Foam Lining | With PE Foam Lining | With Anti-Static Foam Lining
Case MaterialPlastic

Customer Questions

  1. Q What foam is used for the customizable foam option? answer now
    Asked by Daniel Barreto on October 25, 2023 10:47 am
    Answered by the admin

    Open cell softer Polyurethane (PU).

  2. Answered by the admin

    We would recommend going with the the PE Flat Foam option. The denser foam will be easier to cut straight and once cutout it will last longer than the softer polyurethane foam. We use the PE foam for most of our custom foam inserts.

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