Pelican 0915 SD Memory Card Case (Black)
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- Water resistant seal (IPx4)
- Stores 12 SD cards, 6 mini SD cards and 6 micro SD cards*
- Insert liner absorbs shock and protects memory cards
- Made of tough Polycarbonate resin
- *Storage media not included
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The SD Card Storage Case is secure storage for your memory cards done the Pelican way. Featuring the tough, water resistant case that Pelican is known for, the case is insurance against disaster. The removable insert liner holds up to 12 SD cards-6 mini SD cards and 6 micro SD cards-in snug, formfitting cutouts. INTERIOR Dimensions : 4.79" x 2.25" x 0.55" (12.2 x 5.7 x 1.4 cm) EXTERIOR Dimensions : 5.55" x 3.27" x 0.85" (14.1 x 8.3 x 2.2 cm)
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I've found that it's easier to protect and keep track of my SD Cards by keeping them all in one place. Makes sense, right? Instead of just putting them in random pockets, zippers, or other storage places? This is why I purchased several Pelican 0915 SD Memory Card Protective Cases!
I purchased my first two Pelican 0915 SD Card cases back in November 2012 from Amazon and with my ever growing number of SD cards, I found myself purchasing another one just recently, in January 2014.
A lot of the reviews on Amazon seem a bit dismal about the product, basically saying that it's a bad design, it doesn't hold the cards correctly, that the old design was better etc.. But honestly, after using this case for the past 3 years or so, those reviews sound like gibberish to me. These cases have held up to their Pelican name brand and I'm glad I made the investment and purchased them.
From the reviews on Amazon back in 2012 to now, it looks like Pelican made a few adjustments to the case. The latch to open the case now has a groove on it for easy opening and I feel like the inner liner holds the cards better than before. Now, they don't fall out of their particular slots.
Storing 12 SD cards in one case may seem like a bit much, but you don't really have to store 12 SD cards in the case. When I didn't have more than 12 cards, I would designate one side of the Pelican case for "Empty/Formatted Cards" and the other side would be designated for "Used Cards."
One thing I would recommend would be to put your name on the case just in case you're working with other photographers. You never want to mix up your equipment with anyone else's! As you can see from the picture, I actually put a sticker with my name, website, e-mail address, and phone number on it.
All in all, I would say that the Pelican 0915 SD card case would be a great addition to your gear especially if you wanted to protect your cards and keep track of them all in one place!
This item arrived in perfect condition, at Prime speed with no additional shipping costs.
It was delivered in an Amazon box and packaged in a sealed plastic hanging case. I really hate these things! Have a sharp knife or pair of scissors on hand when it arrives. I wish they'd just put the damned thing in a cardboard box you can recycle later. Yeah, I know its a nitpick but its one a lot of people have.
For my use, I needed a secure hard shell case to protect 36 new SanDisk Extreme PRO Micro SD cards I've ordered for an upcoming motorcycle trip. Unfortunately, the only other case that was setup specifically to handle many Micro SD cards was simply too large being over 1" longer, wider and deeper. When traveling on a motorcycle for 2 months space is a premium. So..
Using a kitchen butter knife I was able to gently pull up a corner of the foam and pull it out. While not shown double face tape covers the complete back of each piece of foam. Taking a few seconds to gently pull it out it's easy to do so without damaging the existing foam. Next I grabbed a thin piece of foam from a PC motherboard box, then using one of the removed inserts I traced the correct size twice and cut each out. With a new razor blade you simply score a slit across for the Micro SD cards to fit in. I left about 4mm uncut on each side. Easily holds 3 in a single cut slit and could go 4 if needed. Multiply this by 10 to 15 rows (I cut 12) and you can easily hold 30-45 Micro SD cards securely while still having enough room for an adapter card or other transfer stick, cable, etc. While I show 2 adapter cards I'll actually have a Sabrent SuperSpeed and a Lexar microSD To Lightning Reader packed inside this where the adapter cards are shown. Both will easily fit inside along with 36 cards for my trip.
It's a quick, easy and cheap mod that allows you to go from securing just 6 Micro SD cards up to 60 easily enough and maybe even 80 if you went 4 deep and cut 20 rows. Not everyone would need this much storage for Micro SD cards however its easily done.
What I'd like to see changed on this would be to package them in a regular card board box. I'd like to see them add a 3/4" thumb latch to both ends to ensure it remains closed and water tight and in doing so remove the lanyard loop on the one end. Of course, to also add a pre-slotted foam insert for Micro SD cards would be great as well. :)
I'm giving it 5 of 5 STARS though I really would like to remove a star for the darn plastic they use for packaging. Overall, and after the foam swap, I'm fully happy with this product.