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Pelican Products Testimonial: Max Lowe Media

Submitted by on November 21, 2013 – 6:25 amOne Comment

Taking electronics into the tropics is like juggling chainsaws; it can be done, but doing so is just asking for trouble. The hot, humid, rainy and ocean filled world I have been traveling through for the last 4 weeks has tried to sink its claws into my camera equipment via rainstorms while waiting for busses, sudden ocean spray off the bow of speed boats, and rickshaw drivers who insist on strapping luggage to their questionable roof racks, but thanks to my Pelican case I have dodged disaster.

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Traveling with thousands of dollars of equipment that is the life force of my career as an adventure photographer is always a bit nerve racking. So much unexpected and disquieting catastrophe can occur in between my front door and the winding track where my escapades lead. Too many times I have arrived at my destination only to find myself looking hard and empty handed at a vacant baggage carousel. With my Pelican case I am assured one more level of security that no matter where my equipment goes, either with me not, it will be locked, armored and unscathed.

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Max Lowe is a photographer and videographer based out of Bozeman MT, currently on assignment for National Geographic Adventure and The Outdoor Journal in Indonesia.


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