When your job keeps you on the move, you have no time for damaged gear and you cannot afford to take any chances. But anytime you take equipment on the road, you expose it to an array of potential hazards – any of which can quickly reduce your valuable gear to very expensive scrap. Rough handling, impact, climate and temperature
extremes all put your gear in danger; the more delicate it is, the greater the risk.

For more than 50 years, Hardigg has helped mobile professionals keep their valuable gear safe and protected. With the addition of the iM2620, they have added a new case for protection. Measuring 508mm x 356mm x 254mm (L x H x D), this case has the same footprint as the tried-and-true iM2600, but features 30% more space inside. Its generous interior makes it ideal for transporting laptops, printers,
projectors, photo gear and sensitive optical equipment. For those in public safety, the iM2620 can also serve as a mobile medical kit, safely holding critical medical supplies, or a gun case, securely storing several handguns and accessories.

No matter what you are transporting, the case is unbreakable. A watertight shell — available in black or olive drab — shields your gear from the worst the world has to offer; multiple layers of cubed foam hold it firmly in place and can be easily customized to fit specific pieces. Available padded dividers or custom-cut foam also keep sensitive gear separate, stable and secure.

Like all Hardigg storm cases, the iM2620 features the revolutionary, patented Press & Pull™ latching system, which opens easily when you want, yet stays firmly closed when you need it to. Two unbreakable, molded-in hasps allow you to attach a padlock for extra security. A cushioned handle makes the case comfortable to carry and hinged feet provide a flat surface for upright stability. In a nod to mobile professionals, the iM2620 is also equipped with in-line wheels and a telescoping handle, pairing the case’s unmatched protection with exceptional convenience.

When your job demands mobility, protect your gear with Hardigg’s storm case – the case for protection.