Storm Case iM2500 and New Utility Organizer from Hardigg Cases

Press Release—Air travel has never been easy, but today’s ATA requirements can strain the limits of even the most seasoned traveler—particularly when it comes to carry-on luggage. 

iM2500 Storm Case

Hardigg Cases, the company that revolutionized the protective case industry more than half a century ago has risen to the challenge with the new iM2500 Utility Organizer. On its own, the ATA-approved iM2500 is the perfect travel companion: an unbreakable, water-tight carry-on case that can transport clothes, cameras and laptops safely and securely—no matter your destination. However, when you add the new Utility Organizer, the iM2500 is transformed from merely a great protective case into the ultimate carry-on luggage solution. To take the pain out of air travel, we designed this organizer to comply with all ATA requirements—including strict 3-1-1 regulations. Multiple pockets keep papers, 3-1-1 regulated liquids, plane tickets and small electronics like iPods and cameras safe and separate. The Utility Organizer fits neatly into the iM2500’s lid—allowing the case to close securely, encasing its contents in an impenetrable, indestructible shell. Slide a new Utility Organizer into the iM2500, and you’ll have the ultimate carry-on solution: unmatched protection for your gear with unparalleled convenience for you.

To get a look at the iM2500 Utility Organizer, visit Hardigg Storm Case at www.stormcase.com, call us at 800-542-7344 or stop by a local retailer for a demonstration.  

Pricing: iM2500 with Utility Organizer (no foam), $220
iM2500 with Utility Organizer and foam, $252
Utility Organizer only, $26 

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