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DryCASE Review and Giveaway!

Hey neighbors!

Here is another really nice gift idea!  A Dry Case.  I have to tell you up front, I really had my doubts regarding sticking my iPod or MP3 player in a case and submerging it.  I will also confess up front, that this first time I experimented, I used a small tool case I own so if it leaked I didn't ruin any electronics.  Guess what?  It worked!  I really was impressed.  I actually allowed it to float overnight in the kitchen sink, and there was not a single drop of water inside.  For the video below I put it in my son's fish tank, because it is easier to see!

Above is the DryCASE, Armband, and the small hand pump.
The DryCASE I received is designed to hold a phone, MP3 player, iPod, or even a small camera.  They also have cases that hold and iPad or E-Reader, water proof headphones (good up to 10 feet deep), and a sports belt for carrying your case.  The DryCase ($39.99) is waterproof up to 100 ft. and comes with an armband. 

The clear plastic of the DryCASE allows you to take pictures, and to use your touch screen.  The plug at the bottom can be used for a mic or headphones.  The case locks at the top for a watertight seal.  The white plug you see on the side, is where you use the small hand pump to vacuum seal the bag, by removing all air.  Unfortunately, it is too cold for me to actually go out and submerge it in water, but it did hold up very well in the sink and fish tank.  You will also see in the video that you can still use the touch screen,

There will be 2 winners in this giveaway, and each will receive a DryCASE for an MP3 or iPod.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this review.  I did receive a DryCase for review purposes.  All quotes are taken from the DryCASE website. All thoughts and opinions are mine.

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karenmed409 said…
Use to keep my ipod nice and dry on campouts.
Sara said…
I would totally use this for my iphone while camping and tubing down the river!
Would use it while fishing & by the pool.
Cori Westphal said…
I have an iTouch that would love to be protected!

coriwestphal at msn dot com
Anja M. said…
I would use it for my phone, while we are at the lake.

anjathisandthat at yahoo dot com

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