Introducing the NANUK 975 series - the most configurable waterproof protective case available from the brand that everyone’s talking about.
As an industry-first, we designed the 975 series with modular features, so there’s a version for almost any user’s preference.
There are four versions: 975, 975W, 975T and 975M. The full-featured base model 975 includes our rigid, two-stage retractable handle and four (4) strong polyurethane wheels with stainless steel ball bearings.
On the other end of the spectrum, our 975M is lightweight and features ultra-strong team carry handles.
Want even more choices? Try the 975W and 975T. Both are infinitely configurable, with available accessories for immediate or future needs. We call that long-term value in a protective case!
For added convenience, the 975, 975W, and 975T are in stock and ready to ship (975M is a special order product).
Measuring 30x21x18 inches on the inside, the NANUK 975 series not only offers the highest level of protection and storage capacity, it is also the most configurable case in the industry.
Thanks to our range of current and future accessories, the 975 series will meet your needs today and for years and years to come!
An optional polycarbonate identification plate can be added to the front or side of any of the 975 cases in the series. IP67, MIL-C-4150J and MIL-STD-810G certified.
NANUK 975 Specifications
- Interior (LxWxH) 30 x 21 x 18″
762 x 533 x 457 mm
- Exterior (LxWxH) 33.5 x 24.3 x 19.7″
851 x 617 x 500 mm
- Base Depth 14.5″ | 368 mm
- Lid Depth 3.5″ | 89 mm
- Internal Volume TBD
- Case Weight (empty) 30.6 lb | 13.9 kg
- Temperature Range Min -20°F (-29°C ) | Max 140°F (60°C)
- Material Lightweight NK-7 resin
- Airline carry-on No
- Waterproof (Ip67) Yes
- Warranty Conditional lifetime guarantee
- Certifications ATA 300 | ASTM D4169 | Mil-std-810f | IP67 Rating
The 2 step buckles take a bit to get used to, and can stuck under the lid so it won't close. The case is huge, which is great, but it can hold a lot of weight. This unit could use larger wheels. Anything rougher that asphalt, and you can really struggle to get this thing around. I tried pulling it over a gravel driveway and it became more of a big plow than a handy peice of luggage. Plus all that weight couple with the small wheels left some pretty big gouges in my case. Steps a real rough too, and I am very strong man. Bigger wheels, especially more clearace, would facilitate better single person locomotion up and down stairs a d across rough terrain. But the space is great, the strength is pretty good, and the padded dividers are a dream come true. Having all my gear for a film shoot in one kit is really helpful.