The HPRC3500 Hard Resin Backpack is an injection-molded backpack which is very comfortable to carry. It is watertight, airtight and crushproof, so perfect for really sensitive or expensive equipment, that needs to be carted around in hostile environments This Hard Resin Case is made of TTX01 polypropylene plastic resin with a micro-textured surface which reduces scratching and gives the backpack the added advantage of a 20% lighter weight, than other standard backpacks. This hard resin case is supplied with cubed foam which you can pick and pluck away to fit your equipment perfectly, this means that nothing moves around the inside of the case, when it is being moved and replacement foam can be purchased to replace anything that needs updating. The back pad is made of anti-bacterial fast drying foam and is designed to be thicker in areas such as the shoulder blades and lumbar, so that the exact level of required support and protection is provided. The adjustable shoulder straps and side straps are made of soft air mesh to allow for comfort and quick moisture evaporation and four extra strong side loops have been molded onto the bag for attaching accessories like a tripod holder or helmet.
The resin material that the backpack is made from has been fully tested and functions for extended periods of high or low temperatures from 131° F for 48 hours and -4° for 16 hours, which should be enough for most eventualities. HPRC have fitted a pressure release valve and a neoprene O ring to keep the case airtight as well as watertight. A truly terrific backpack, offering outstanding practicality and comfort.
433x319x169(mm) - 17.05x12.56x6.65(in)
498x370x185(mm) - 19.61x14.57x7.28(in)
72mm / 2.83inch
97mm / 3.81inch
|Weight (with cubed foam)||
3.55kg / 7.82lbs
Free delivery to UK Mainland on all orders over £30
£2.95 on orders below £30
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