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Unigear Dry Bag: Waterproof, Floating, Lightweight

Unigear Dry Bag: Waterproof, Floating, Lightweight

Description

The Unigear Dry Bag Waterproof is a versatile and durable bag that is perfect for outdoor activities such as kayaking, boating, fishing, swimming, and camping. It is made of stiff 500D PVC material and designed with a roll-top closure, providing 100% waterproof protection for your phones, camera, clothes, documents, and snacks. The bag also protects your belongings from water, sand, dust, and dirt.

This dry bag features fully welded seams by high-frequency technology, making it anti-leak and anti-tear. It ensures a stronger and more durably waterproof construction, making it suitable for any water-related activities. It is also abrasion-resistant for long-lasting use.

Carrying the Unigear Dry Bag is easy and comfortable. It comes with a single strap for 2L/5L/10L/20L dry bags and two straps for 30L and 40L waterproof backpacks. The straps are extra-long and adjustable for convenient carry and comfort. The bag offers multiple styles to carry for a better-looking appearance. The stress point of D-rings is reinforced with double sewing, ensuring no ripping even with a heavy load.

You can leave the Unigear Dry Bag floating on the water during river trips or other water sports without worrying about your items getting wet. The buckle and D-rings are upgraded with POM material, making them stronger than traditional buckles. They will not break even with frequent use.

The Unigear Dry Bag Waterproof also comes with excellent after-sales service. If you encounter any quality problems with the dry bags, simply email the company and they will offer you a solution as soon as possible.

FAQs:

Q: Does anyone have the height in inches for all of the various sizes?

A: Here is the height in inches for all of the various sizes: 5L: 14.9 inches, 10L: 19.2 inches, 20L: 22.8 inches, 30L: 25.5 inches, 40L: 27.5 inches.

Q: Can I tow the backpack behind the kayak?

A: I don't think I would do that. Towing the backpack may not be the best idea, as a good dunking in the water should be more than fine even for an extended time. However, you can try putting it in a tub to test it. The Unigear Dry Bag is well-made and can be securely tied to the deck of a kayak without any issues.

Q: Is this product certified with an international waterproof rating?

A: Yes, the Unigear Dry Bag has an IPX4 rating, while the waterproof phone case has an IPX8 rating.

Q: Would this bag work to take a large camera on a kayak?

A: It depends on whether you want the camera to stay dry or not. The Unigear Dry Bag can keep the camera attached to your kayak, but the camera itself might get wet. Customers who have used it on a calm river reported that everything in the bag was soaked. However, if your phone and wallet are already waterproof, they should not be affected in this situation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does anyone have the height in inches for all of the various sizes?

Dear Customer, here is the height in inches for all of the various sizes.5L: 14.9inches10L: 19.2inches20L: 22.8inches30L: 25.5inches40L: 27.5inches

Can I tow the backpack behind the kayak?

I don't think I would do that, I think a good dunking in the water you would be more than fine, even for an extended time. Towing it not sure about that, could put in tub to try it. We love ours, they are very well made, have no issues often, tied to deck of Kayak and takes good bouts of water with no issues.

Is this product certified international waterproof rating? I'm talking about ip or ipx ratings. Tell me about this product rating.

Yes, the ipx of the dry bag is ipx 4 and the waterproof phone case is ipx 8.

Would this bag work to take a large camera in on a kayak?

Depends on whether you want the camera to stay dry or not. It would keep the camera attached to your kayak, but the camera would get wet. When I floated the calm river with the bag everything in the bag was soaked. Luckily the phones were already waterproof and the wallets dried out.