• Pelican 1510 Case Lid Organizer (Black)
  • Pelican 1510 Case Lid Organizer (Black)
Pelican 1510 Case Lid Organizer (Black)
Pelican 1510 Case Lid Organizer (Black)

Pelican 1510 Case Lid Organizer (Black)

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  • Made of waterproof Ballistic Nylon
  • Large pockets with nylon zippers
  • Includes 6 easy to install screws into pre-drilled holes
  • Includes lid organizer only (case not included)

Customer Reviews

Great with the Pelican 1510 Case, BETTER with the Pelican 1510 LOC Laptop Case! I am very glad that I purchased this at the same time as the Pelican 1510 LOC Laptop Case which already comes with a laptop sleeve and zippered bag for PC Power block, cable and miscellaneous small items. Oddly enough, the Pelican Laptop sleeve and bag are NOT offered as a separate accessory.If you have not yet decided on which 1510 case, compare the 'standard' and the 1510 LOC case before you buy and after reading this and other user reviews.URL, 1510 LOC Case:http://www.amazon.com/Pelican-Products-1510-007-110-1510LOC-Dividers/dp/B00843NRE6?ie=UTF8&keywords=Pelican%201510%20LOC%20case&qid=1459545096&ref_=sr_1_3&sr=8-3The webbed pockets of the 1519 Lid Organizer are large enough for a variety of photo related items including small (paper) notebooks, pens, etc. When 'full' with my necessary photo items, these pockets are still within the lid area allowing me to include my 13" 2 in 1 Laptop in its sleeve along with the bag for PC accessories. Even with my sleeved PC inside the Pelican 1510's PC sleeve, the lid closes securely as intended.You can permanently attach the 1519 Organizer with the screws provided OR (if you have purchased the 1510 LOC) use 2 inch wide self-adhesive Velcro and swap out the 1519 Organizer with the laptop sleeve and PC accessory bag when you want. In the case of the Pelican 1510 LOC, there is already a plastic backer sheet (similar to the rear of the 1519 Organizer) screwed into place with Velcro affixed -all that is required is to attach 2 inch wide self-adhesive Velcro to the back of the Organizer to match that of the 1510 LOC and there is no longer need to screw and unscrew units when swapping them out. You have the best of both world and BOTH photo gear AND laptop can stow in the overhead compartment! No worries!In my opinion, this product is the perfect option for your Pelican case-especially if you have already purchased the 1510 LOC and want an additional and convenient storage option. 5Functional- Gets The Job Done While Pelican cases cannot be beat for top notch construction and durability... This "lid organizer" falls far from the "benchmark of quality" set by Pelican. The lid organizer is "Heche en Chine"- at least it doesn't cost much! At the end of the day, it (so far) does what it's supposed to do- organize miscellaneous stuff that would otherwise be floating about (IE: getting lost, creating a nuisance, etc) down in the case body. The screws that come with the thing are TINY... FYI it does screw into the case lid. At some point, if one or all fail, I'll beef em up a bit...One other note of interest- by the time you jam your various bits & bobs into the lid organizer, you lose a little storage space in the body of the pelican case. As long as whatever you put in the case stays at or below the case body (with the lid open) you'll be able to close the lid. Maybe it'd be better to get some zippered Klein bags to keep general stuff in? I dunno, probably 6 of one, half dozen of the other- but for now I'm rockin the less-than-impressive Pelican Lid Organizer. 3A bit disappointed I got the Pelican 1510, which I love so much but this lid is another story. You need to orient this correctly to install this. Make sure you do that before screwing it in. I'm disappointed by pelican's design because it seems like you have to screw in the screws through the mesh, which damages the fabric. Let's not forget since this is just a fabric lid, it does not offer any protection to your lenses. What I do is continue to use that foam insert for the top. It seems that pelican does offer a foam lid but for a lot more and it is not for sale separately on amazon. I wish I purchased that instead. 3Kind of underwhelming I purchased this at the same time as my Pelican 1510/laptop and clothes compartment combo also available on Amazon. The iten did come with screws and washers, but I left them in their plastic bag and reused the ones that had secured the laptop organizer. The holes were in slightly wrong spots, so I had to slightly bend the plastic backing to get them to line up. Now there's a silly amount of wasted space between this organizer and the inside of the lid, which an already small-ish case can't really afford. The zippers feel a little light weight and as though they may easily break. The mesh is sewn such that, if each pouch is packed full, there is yet more wasted space between the bulk of the pouches. It seems an odd choice to have a zipper down the center of the pouches when the lid is always opened such that it is vertical, since small objects are liable to fall out if the zipper is opened.TL;DR not the best quality, oriented such that it wastes a lot of space.Recommendation: don't bother. Just use the laptop lid organizer (or a cheap, flexible cutting board cut to size) and customize it with organizer cubes and Velcro. Attach the Velcro to the laptop backing and to the organizer cubes using Sugru (silicone rubber glue, you'll need about 3-4 packs). Sugru can be found online or at Target, I found organizer cube trios at TJMaxx for 50% off, and velcro can be found at any sewing store or store with a sewing section. Happy hacking! 2So Far So Good I honestly have no complaints about this product. It holds everything securely and has been a great addition to my pelican case. To ease the instillation process I recommend using some strong velcro to hold the organizer in place. I threw the screws away that came with it. 5Typical Pelican high quality. I bought this for my 1535 case because the 1510 dimensions are the same and it was a fraction of the price of the one built for the 1535. It fits with the caveat that you have to drill 4 holes in the backing to fit the newer case.It's not the easiest thing to do because you're trying to find the hole spacing form the blind side of the lid, but everything works fine if you're handy. There are several roomy pockets and my only complaint is that the zippers are meant to open easily when the pockets are full. When empty, there's a lot of slack and you have to hold one side in order to get the proper tension on the other side. 4Same as on the picture, not that hard to install, useful. First, the item I received corresponds to the picture on the Amazon page as of this writing; five mesh pockets, four of which are horizontal on the left and a long vertical one on the right.The lid organizer itself is not just fabric and mesh - the pockets are attached on some kind of rigid plastic sheet to be screwed down in six pre-determined places where the case lid has raised plastic stubs obviously designed to provide the thickness required to accommodate the screws.This means that this thickness is lost volume: the lid organizer sheet is raised by that amount (maybe 3/16"), thus slightly decreasing the available inner space, but also providing some elasticity. This is welcome as obviously the lid organizer replaces the foam that came with the case.The craftsmanship is excellent as I came to expect from Pelican.After reading some other reviews, I was gearing up for an epic installation but it turned out to be not that hard.The pre-drilled holes in the case cover, if any, are clearly insufficient, so I just used a screwdriver and installed the screws to half-depth in the right place first, without the lid organizer. Then I removed them, placed the lid organizer and put the screws back, this time all the way.Total: 10 minutes including fetching the tools - and putting them back (this last part for my wife).Some reviewers suggested that installing the bottom left screw first would allow the installer to fold the lid organizer so as to access the hole - not so for me.The rigid plastic sheet on the back prevents folding.On the other hand I didn't have much of a problem with the installation.I suspect this confusion comes from the at least two versions of the lid organizer that various reviewers have been installing.UsageThis is really a tradeoff: good shock-absorption on the lid side, vs. actually using that volume which is quite big.I opted for the latter to store there a number of small items I would otherwise be chasing around the case: lenspen, color-checker, wireless remote triggers, cold shoes, etc.Still I have a portion of the original foam in the vertical pocket to protect the main camera body and one lens.Will the mesh and zipper hold with time? No way to say yet. I will update this review when I know.All in all it works for me and I would buy it again. 4This is an awesome organizer and addition to the case I've had for ... This is an awesome organizer and addition to the case I've had for two years, however, it's very tricky to screw it in, because it requires a drill not just a screwdriver, and the holes for the screws are awkwardly inside the mesh pockets. Doable but annoying. My case in particular had 6 nobs that you could screw into but no pre-drilled holes, which is why a drill was required. Would have given it 5 stars if it hadn't been so hard to install! Overall, I love the extra space and organization it brings to my case. 4Fit well, works, cheap construction It works perfect for my Pelican 1510. Only complaint are the zippers feels cheap and not bind easily. I would've gladly paid more if it came with higher quality zippers. Also note you have to remove your lid foam so you will be losing some padding/protection.Some say you have to drill the lid of your case but my case already have standoffs molded into the lid. Maybe the older one doesn't? - in which case the screws might be too long and I would suggest either buying shorter screws or mounting with Velcro. Mounting onto the case could be a little tricky - Just start with the bottom left screw, then bottom middle. That way you can flex the organizer to get your screwdriver into place. Once those two are done all the remaining screws are easy access. 4Good lid organizer for the pelican Bought the pelican 1510 for my camera gear. This does the job. I just wished when they made these items they would see it needs to be installed.I have a power drill (you aren't attaching this without one since the holes are not pre-drilled). I was able to do the top row just find since the zippers open at the top. The bottom was a lil more difficult. The bottom left one i actually had to make a hole thru the net (just a lil one). The middle was a no go for me unless i wanted a gigantic hole there. I was able to do the bottom right one with ease since that zipper comes all the way down.Now if they would have positioned the zippers differently on the bottom right and bottom middle it would have been given 5 stars. But its sturdy enough with 5/6 screws holding it in place. 4
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Great with the Pelican 1510 Case, BETTER with the Pelican 1510 LOC Laptop Case! I am very glad that I purchased this at the same time as the Pelican 1510 LOC Laptop Case which already comes with a laptop sleeve and zippered bag for PC Power block, cable and miscellaneous small items. Oddly enough, the Pelican Laptop sleeve and bag are NOT offered as a separate accessory.If you have not yet decided on which 1510 case, compare the 'standard' and the 1510 LOC case before you buy and after reading this and other user reviews.URL, 1510 LOC Case:http://www.amazon.com/Pelican-Products-1510-007-110-1510LOC-Dividers/dp/B00843NRE6?ie=UTF8&keywords=Pelican%201510%20LOC%20case&qid=1459545096&ref_=sr_1_3&sr=8-3The webbed pockets of the 1519 Lid Organizer are large enough for a variety of photo related items including small (paper) notebooks, pens, etc. When 'full' with my necessary photo items, these pockets are still within the lid area allowing me to include my 13" 2 in 1 Laptop in its sleeve along with the bag for PC accessories. Even with my sleeved PC inside the Pelican 1510's PC sleeve, the lid closes securely as intended.You can permanently attach the 1519 Organizer with the screws provided OR (if you have purchased the 1510 LOC) use 2 inch wide self-adhesive Velcro and swap out the 1519 Organizer with the laptop sleeve and PC accessory bag when you want. In the case of the Pelican 1510 LOC, there is already a plastic backer sheet (similar to the rear of the 1519 Organizer) screwed into place with Velcro affixed -all that is required is to attach 2 inch wide self-adhesive Velcro to the back of the Organizer to match that of the 1510 LOC and there is no longer need to screw and unscrew units when swapping them out. You have the best of both world and BOTH photo gear AND laptop can stow in the overhead compartment! No worries!In my opinion, this product is the perfect option for your Pelican case-especially if you have already purchased the 1510 LOC and want an additional and convenient storage option. 5Functional- Gets The Job Done While Pelican cases cannot be beat for top notch construction and durability... This "lid organizer" falls far from the "benchmark of quality" set by Pelican. The lid organizer is "Heche en Chine"- at least it doesn't cost much! At the end of the day, it (so far) does what it's supposed to do- organize miscellaneous stuff that would otherwise be floating about (IE: getting lost, creating a nuisance, etc) down in the case body. The screws that come with the thing are TINY... FYI it does screw into the case lid. At some point, if one or all fail, I'll beef em up a bit...One other note of interest- by the time you jam your various bits & bobs into the lid organizer, you lose a little storage space in the body of the pelican case. As long as whatever you put in the case stays at or below the case body (with the lid open) you'll be able to close the lid. Maybe it'd be better to get some zippered Klein bags to keep general stuff in? I dunno, probably 6 of one, half dozen of the other- but for now I'm rockin the less-than-impressive Pelican Lid Organizer. 3A bit disappointed I got the Pelican 1510, which I love so much but this lid is another story. You need to orient this correctly to install this. Make sure you do that before screwing it in. I'm disappointed by pelican's design because it seems like you have to screw in the screws through the mesh, which damages the fabric. Let's not forget since this is just a fabric lid, it does not offer any protection to your lenses. What I do is continue to use that foam insert for the top. It seems that pelican does offer a foam lid but for a lot more and it is not for sale separately on amazon. I wish I purchased that instead. 3Kind of underwhelming I purchased this at the same time as my Pelican 1510/laptop and clothes compartment combo also available on Amazon. The iten did come with screws and washers, but I left them in their plastic bag and reused the ones that had secured the laptop organizer. The holes were in slightly wrong spots, so I had to slightly bend the plastic backing to get them to line up. Now there's a silly amount of wasted space between this organizer and the inside of the lid, which an already small-ish case can't really afford. The zippers feel a little light weight and as though they may easily break. The mesh is sewn such that, if each pouch is packed full, there is yet more wasted space between the bulk of the pouches. It seems an odd choice to have a zipper down the center of the pouches when the lid is always opened such that it is vertical, since small objects are liable to fall out if the zipper is opened.TL;DR not the best quality, oriented such that it wastes a lot of space.Recommendation: don't bother. Just use the laptop lid organizer (or a cheap, flexible cutting board cut to size) and customize it with organizer cubes and Velcro. Attach the Velcro to the laptop backing and to the organizer cubes using Sugru (silicone rubber glue, you'll need about 3-4 packs). Sugru can be found online or at Target, I found organizer cube trios at TJMaxx for 50% off, and velcro can be found at any sewing store or store with a sewing section. Happy hacking! 2So Far So Good I honestly have no complaints about this product. It holds everything securely and has been a great addition to my pelican case. To ease the instillation process I recommend using some strong velcro to hold the organizer in place. I threw the screws away that came with it. 5Typical Pelican high quality. I bought this for my 1535 case because the 1510 dimensions are the same and it was a fraction of the price of the one built for the 1535. It fits with the caveat that you have to drill 4 holes in the backing to fit the newer case.It's not the easiest thing to do because you're trying to find the hole spacing form the blind side of the lid, but everything works fine if you're handy. There are several roomy pockets and my only complaint is that the zippers are meant to open easily when the pockets are full. When empty, there's a lot of slack and you have to hold one side in order to get the proper tension on the other side. 4Same as on the picture, not that hard to install, useful. First, the item I received corresponds to the picture on the Amazon page as of this writing; five mesh pockets, four of which are horizontal on the left and a long vertical one on the right.The lid organizer itself is not just fabric and mesh - the pockets are attached on some kind of rigid plastic sheet to be screwed down in six pre-determined places where the case lid has raised plastic stubs obviously designed to provide the thickness required to accommodate the screws.This means that this thickness is lost volume: the lid organizer sheet is raised by that amount (maybe 3/16"), thus slightly decreasing the available inner space, but also providing some elasticity. This is welcome as obviously the lid organizer replaces the foam that came with the case.The craftsmanship is excellent as I came to expect from Pelican.After reading some other reviews, I was gearing up for an epic installation but it turned out to be not that hard.The pre-drilled holes in the case cover, if any, are clearly insufficient, so I just used a screwdriver and installed the screws to half-depth in the right place first, without the lid organizer. Then I removed them, placed the lid organizer and put the screws back, this time all the way.Total: 10 minutes including fetching the tools - and putting them back (this last part for my wife).Some reviewers suggested that installing the bottom left screw first would allow the installer to fold the lid organizer so as to access the hole - not so for me.The rigid plastic sheet on the back prevents folding.On the other hand I didn't have much of a problem with the installation.I suspect this confusion comes from the at least two versions of the lid organizer that various reviewers have been installing.UsageThis is really a tradeoff: good shock-absorption on the lid side, vs. actually using that volume which is quite big.I opted for the latter to store there a number of small items I would otherwise be chasing around the case: lenspen, color-checker, wireless remote triggers, cold shoes, etc.Still I have a portion of the original foam in the vertical pocket to protect the main camera body and one lens.Will the mesh and zipper hold with time? No way to say yet. I will update this review when I know.All in all it works for me and I would buy it again. 4This is an awesome organizer and addition to the case I've had for ... This is an awesome organizer and addition to the case I've had for two years, however, it's very tricky to screw it in, because it requires a drill not just a screwdriver, and the holes for the screws are awkwardly inside the mesh pockets. Doable but annoying. My case in particular had 6 nobs that you could screw into but no pre-drilled holes, which is why a drill was required. Would have given it 5 stars if it hadn't been so hard to install! Overall, I love the extra space and organization it brings to my case. 4Fit well, works, cheap construction It works perfect for my Pelican 1510. Only complaint are the zippers feels cheap and not bind easily. I would've gladly paid more if it came with higher quality zippers. Also note you have to remove your lid foam so you will be losing some padding/protection.Some say you have to drill the lid of your case but my case already have standoffs molded into the lid. Maybe the older one doesn't? - in which case the screws might be too long and I would suggest either buying shorter screws or mounting with Velcro. Mounting onto the case could be a little tricky - Just start with the bottom left screw, then bottom middle. That way you can flex the organizer to get your screwdriver into place. Once those two are done all the remaining screws are easy access. 4Good lid organizer for the pelican Bought the pelican 1510 for my camera gear. This does the job. I just wished when they made these items they would see it needs to be installed.I have a power drill (you aren't attaching this without one since the holes are not pre-drilled). I was able to do the top row just find since the zippers open at the top. The bottom was a lil more difficult. The bottom left one i actually had to make a hole thru the net (just a lil one). The middle was a no go for me unless i wanted a gigantic hole there. I was able to do the bottom right one with ease since that zipper comes all the way down.Now if they would have positioned the zippers differently on the bottom right and bottom middle it would have been given 5 stars. But its sturdy enough with 5/6 screws holding it in place. 4
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