For those who have yet to come across PolarPro or their lineup of professional-grade action camera accessories, now is a good time. For some time now, PolarPro has been rolling out high end accessories for divers, photographers, skydivers and other adventurers looking to shoot a little footage during their sojourns.
In addition to a well-rounded lineup of filters and other accessories, they just announced two purpose-built GoPro® carrying cases. The PowerVault and Trekker lineup of cases are designed to keep GoPros, extra batteries and some accessories safe in the harshest of environments. But they do more than just that.
Fixing the problem of notoriously short GoPro battery life, both cases allow for storage of multiple extra batteries, but the PowerVault takes things a step further.
Building on the success of PolarPro's PowerPole, PowerVault uses an embedded 5200mAh battery capable of recharging a camera battery up to six times through its dual charging slots. It also has an incorporated USB slot, which can be used to recharge any other USB devices that need some juice. The PowerVault has two custom-fitted slots to house GoPro HERO3/3+ or HERO4 cameras, and includes storage for cords, housings and other accessories. The PowerVault's ballistic nylon exterior and waterproof zippers keep contents safe and dry during travel.
Next up, are PolarPro's Trekker cases. Available in single or dual-camera configurations, the Trekker Case is a rugged action cam case for GoPro cameras and accessories. The water resistant ballistic nylon exterior shell and foam inserts keep cameras safe and sound, while a zippered pocket for cords and other loose accessories rounds out the interior. The Trekker Single Case can hold one GoPro camera (in its housing) and features a large accessory bay, while the Trekker Double Case includes dedicated space for two cameras (in housings), up to four batteries and additional accessories.
For more information on the entire PolarPro product line up, including accurate pricing and retail availability, please visit: http://polarprofilters.com