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Enjoy Winter Activities While Protecting Your Devices

Submitted by on January 4, 2012 – 10:40 amNo Comment

We love to spend time skiing, snowboarding or simply enjoying the outdoors, but our favorite gadgets aren’t necessarily built to survive our winter activities. Enter the Pelican i1010 and i1015 – virtually indestructible phone and iPod cases that offer ultimate winter protection.

 i1015 Pelican case

Water resistant, crushproof and dustproof, the i1015 features a clear lid that allows you to check playlists, and an external headphone to listen to the player while the case is closed, ensuring the device within is always protected while you’re on the slopes. Also water resistant, crushproof and dustproof, the i1010 features a colored lid, fits your iPod and attaches to your coat or backpack with its active sport double end tie down strap.

i1010 Pelican Products caseDon’t let your winter activities be stifled by the concern of your electronics’ safety. Enlist a Pelican case while on the go and in the snow.

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