Waterproof Multi-Purpose Pouch

March 29, 2016 - Comment

Waterproof Multi-Purpose Pouch Waterproof Multi Purpose-Pouch Multi-purpose design is ideal for a variety of items: camera, credit cards, currency, identification, etc.; Take photos directly through clear window; Submersible to 9 feet 3 meters; . Product Features Waterproof sealable vinyl Takes photos through clear window Submersible to 9 feet / 3 meters Size- 6,25″ x 8.26″

Waterproof Multi-Purpose Pouch

Waterproof Multi Purpose-Pouch

Multi-purpose design is ideal for a variety of items: camera, credit cards, currency, identification, etc.; Take photos directly through clear window; Submersible to 9 feet 3 meters; .

Product Features

  • Waterproof sealable vinyl
  • Takes photos through clear window
  • Submersible to 9 feet / 3 meters
  • Size- 6,25″ x 8.26″
  • Imported

Comments

MariaSmiles says:

Dimensions are… …not listed in the description, so I’ll post them here:Width (seam to seam): ~6″ (I didn’t get super-exact, down to the 1/16th of an inch, but using my el cheapo measuring tape, 6″ is a very good estimate)Length (seam to flap): ~6″ (narrow side, opposite cord hole); ~7″ (widest part)These dimensions were taken from the outside of the pouch; however, the seams are very thin and, except for the space where the cord hole is, you can insert items all the way to the outside edge of the pouch.This is essentially a flat envelope-style pouch, so the thickness depends on the size of the item you put into it (like stacking papers into an envelope) – the edges get “thinner”, as the middle gets “thicker”.Also note that only the CENTER of the pouch is completely clear (on both flat surfaces). The borders are translucent blue. You can see this in the photo, but it’s not immediately apparent, as the device they used fits exactly in the clear…

Amazon Customer "Youth Guy" says:

High and Dry With a pending 25th anniversary cruise, I searched the market for some way to take quality pictures underwater without risking my digital camera or investing in hundreds of dollars worth of equipment. My compromise was the Lewis N. Clark dry bag.The bag is heavy-duty plastic, and its waterproof integrity is guarded by a triple “zip-loc” system which is then rolled and snapped into place (per the black flap with dual yellow snaps). I shoot an “older” Kodak DX7440, which is not a terribly slim camera; space was snug for this particular camera, especially since it has a telescoping lens, but with some careful adjusting I was ready to go.I am not about to represent myself as an underwater photographer, but I will tell you the drawbacks I experienced using this setup. First, it is possible to experience a little bit of fogging in conditions where water and surface temps differ (this could possibly be remedied with an anti-fog wipe). Second, it was quite difficult if…

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