Too late for those who've already bought them ... but just because it looks like a Pelican case, doesn't mean it is. Back when I was buying cases for camera gear, I came across an e-bay seller who had half price Pelican case that I bought. Only when I got it I could see it wasn't a genuine Pelican case ... as I recall there were different latches, and slightly different hinges. I compared it side by side to a real case, and there were differences. Enough to make a difference? I don't know, but I wasn't willing to risk really expensive camera gear on it.
The thing that makes a Pelican case so desirable is their durability. and lifetime guarantee. There used to be a commercial about one dropping out of an airplane at 5000 ft. Thing didn't break. For your purposes the knock-offs may be ok. But if you want something waterproof and lifetime guaranteed, be sure it's a real Pelican case. If the knock-off is going to break or leak, it'll be at the hinges or latches.
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