Is one of your greatest fears that your iPhone will fall in the toilet? Worry no more. DryCase has you covered. A clear plastic, vacuum sealed case allows you to use your devices while protecting them from the accidents of everyday life.
Beach bums can romp in the waves, then drop dripping wet onto the blanket next to their e-reader without of fear of splashing saltwater onto it.
You can wrap your iPhone or Galaxy smartphones, tablets like the iPad or Galaxy Tab and e-readers such as the Kindle and Nook with see-through protection for $59.99. The touchscreen capabilities aren't impaired.
For those who are never an arm's length away from their phone even when paddling a canoe, a buoyant neoprene armband holds your phone keeping it high and dry, even if you wipeout.
If you are just leisurely drifting across a lake, the case can hold your music player instead. $39.99 isn't too much to ask for such luxury, is it? Oh, don't forget to order the waterproof headphones, too.
The vacuum seal is the key to the effectiveness of each DryCase. "Without a vacuum seal, there's no way to guarantee complete air and water impermeability," says Dr. Roy Archambault, CEO of Dry Corp.
You just put the device in the bag, clip/lock it shut, and force out the air with the supplied hand pump.
Although waterproof to 100 feet, the case doesn't affect your use of the device. The company claims you can even talk on the phone without taking it out of its protective covering.
The same is true if you have your camera tucked safely into a DryCase. Just click to take a photo through the crystal clear covering.
Dry Corp, LLC also offers waterproof protection in the medical, health care arena. Showering after surgery is not difficult if your incision is shielded. Wounded warriors and others can enjoy a day at the beach secure in the knowledge their prosthetic device is going to stay dry and undamaged by the elements.
Take a look at the below demo video showing how DryCase works – fish aren't the only thing in the aquarium.
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