So I finally got a Pelican case for my EDC Rotation, the only thing is it is not a 1060 like I was going to get, it's better! The Pelican 1150 is larger than the 1060 in both width and depth but the 1060 is slightly longer.
1150: 8.18" x 5.68" x 3.62"
1060: 8.25" x 4.25" x 2.25"
The 1060 would have held everything I had perfectly, but since I went bigger, now I need more stuff to fill it with! Anyways, here are some pictures of my new box, remember this is new-to-me, I need some stickers to make it mine.
I have no idea why "OAK" is on the lid but
that is coming off or getting covered up very soon. The box is in great condition with minor surface scratches as the only bad part (and it's not really that bad, Pelican cases look best scratched and stickered up!) The latches will take some getting used to as they are smaller than my 1650 case I keep in my truck and do not open up without persuasion.
The case is pretty roomy and holds everything effortlessly. 1150 cases are also available in Silver, Orange, Yellow, Blue, OD Green, and Desert Tan if black does not suit you (which it should). I really love the fact that Pelican Cases are made in the U.S.A. and have a lifetime warranty that covers everything, if you ship them a broken Pelican Case, they will ship you either a repaired or a new one.
Here is the case full, you can see the camera I have been using here because I had my girlfriends camera today (which is why the pictures are so nice!).
Ok, I set my box up in "stages" here (I keep my E2D out as it sits beside my bed and night and in my pocket during the day). My Surefires with a blue diffuser, CR123 Primaries in 2 boxes, one for new and one for not quite yet dead batteries. I also have both of my Zippos here at the bottom as well.
Next goes my knives and keys along with a Zebra Mechanical Pencil and a Stainless Steel Sharpie. The Camera was explained earlier and as I have my girlfriends camera right now it will stay here for a bit.
also have better control over white balance and exposure time which helps a lot as well.
"The Boondock Saints" engraved on a custom finished Zippo which was shown in a few earlier posts. The font here really sets it off and the contrasting shiney and dull brass is a neat effect as well.
my review of it here then you should, I think it is well worth the price and will eventually end up getting a few more (In copper hopefully but probably in black as that is going to be the most popular choice). If you are into EDC and do not have a P-7 clip, try one.