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Pelican 1614 Review

 
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Gear Listhttp://www.codastudios​.com.au (external link) Reviews & Hotlinks: Domke F-3x - Pelican 1510/1514 (external link) & 1610/1614 (external link) - DIY Variable Length OC-E3 - Crumpler 6 Million Dollar Home (external link) - FA-100 (external link)

  
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Gear Listhttp://www.codastudios​.com.au (external link) Reviews & Hotlinks: Domke F-3x - Pelican 1510/1514 (external link) & 1610/1614 (external link) - DIY Variable Length OC-E3 - Crumpler 6 Million Dollar Home (external link) - FA-100 (external link)

  
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Gear Listhttp://www.codastudios​.com.au (external link) Reviews & Hotlinks: Domke F-3x - Pelican 1510/1514 (external link) & 1610/1614 (external link) - DIY Variable Length OC-E3 - Crumpler 6 Million Dollar Home (external link) - FA-100 (external link)

  
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Gear Listhttp://www.codastudios​.com.au (external link) Reviews & Hotlinks: Domke F-3x - Pelican 1510/1514 (external link) & 1610/1614 (external link) - DIY Variable Length OC-E3 - Crumpler 6 Million Dollar Home (external link) - FA-100 (external link)

  
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Feb 02, 2009 03:42 as a reply to  @ Jim G's post |  #8
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Good review Jim,one question is the handle long enough for a 6'3" bloke to wheel it without bending.


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Feb 02, 2009 04:38 |  #9

awesome review, its so clean, i have the sand colour hahah its no longer sand colour, more like brown and has millions of dead bugs on it (i did a rally and for 8 days it was on the roof of our 4wd) and stickers all over it


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Feb 02, 2009 12:02 |  #10

Awesome review.

I've added this to the Camera Bag Review List, under the 1610/1614 and 1060.


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Feb 02, 2009 14:05 |  #11

^ Fantastic review Jim... I'm glad you got the 1614 model... Woo Hoo... Welcome to the club...

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Feb 03, 2009 01:11 |  #12

top review Jim!


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Feb 03, 2009 05:50 |  #13

Thanks all, glad you liked it! Hope it's helpful.

BOSS wrote in post #7236435 (external link)
Good review Jim,one question is the handle long enough for a 6'3" bloke to wheel it without bending.


Well... I'm 5'8" and when I stand on the 1510 (which is about 8" high) I have to stoop to roll it... however my arms aren't as long as they would be were I 8" taller!

My girlfriend (and leg model in the above) reckons that her brother who's above 6' would have to stoop and I'd probably agree that it would be borderline... maybe some of the other 1614 owners can chip in here - they may be taller than I! Heck, I don't know anyone that lives nearby who's above 6' even... bunch of shorties around here ;)


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Feb 03, 2009 14:51 |  #14

Awesome review! You put my photos to shame! make sure this gets in the sticky!


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Feb 03, 2009 15:21 |  #15

Its pure awesome review... made me jealous. and put me into `gotta buy me a camera bag.... again!` mood thanks


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