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ALOKSAK Water / Sand Proof Dry Bags

by LOKSAK
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Price: $6.49 - $122.45
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  • The ultimate super lightweight, ultra durable dry bag.  Tested and approved by the US Navy
  • Use for anything your want to keep dry: maps/passports, radios, clothing, food, batteries and gear.
  • Ziploc closure. Waterproof and dustproof. Submersible beyond 200 ft
  • Cold rated to -40 degrees Faren. Reusable and recyclable
  • Large Multi-Pack includes: 4.5" x 7", 6.75" x 6", 9" x 6" & 12" x 12". Small Multi-Pack includes: 5" x 4", 4.5" x 7", 6.75" x 6" & 9" x 6"

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ALOKSAK Water / Sand Proof Dry Bags + Loksak 3 x 6 Inches Pouch Bags for Smartphones - 3-Pack - Retail Packaging - Clear
Price for both: $21.88

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Product Description

ALOSAK bags are used for safe transport and storage by outdoor enthusiasts, all branches of the military and many government agencies worldwide. This easy-to-use bag, with its patented "hermetic" seal, is made from super durable materials and is reusable as well as recyclable.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003Q33B8G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (279 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,840 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

These bags work great.
MOE
Works great for keeping my cell phone dry and free of dirt and dust and sand.
kbbwills
Their zip seal is sturdy but easy to open.
racekarl

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

132 of 134 people found the following review helpful By Kryptonite on October 19, 2012
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The two multi packs are not clear which size bags you get. The amazon description is the same.

The SMALL MULTIPACK has the following sizes. 5x4.75", 4.4x7.25", 6.5x6", and 8.75x6".

The LARGE MULTIPACK is as follows 4.4x7.25", 6.5x6", 8.75x6", and 12x12.5".

These are all outer dimensions. Inner dimensions seem to be 1/4-3/4" smaller depending on long side versus short side, size accordingly. The First measurement is usually a 1/4" smaller and the second quoted dimension is usually 3/4" smaller. For example the 5x4.75" bag is internally 4.75x4". Hope this helps.
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66 of 69 people found the following review helpful By David on December 30, 2007
Color Name: ClearSize Name: 12" x 12" (3pk)
I bought these recently for an adventure race involving a lot of water and mud. I used the larger one for a big map folded in half, the mid size for a information book, and the smaller for a cell phone (I bought several different variety). All three bags worked flawlessly being submerged completely under water at several occasions and through multiple zippings and unzippings. These are a very high grade of plastic and are constructed very well. These aren't anything like the space bags I have that can't hold a seal for more than 15 minutes.
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63 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Todd on May 27, 2009
Color Name: ClearSize Name: 12" x 12" (3pk) Verified Purchase
These are a great waterproof bag. I use them in a SplashCaddy map case for adventure racing. If you aren't aware, you will want to remove the printing on the bag with rubbing alcohol before use.

My biggest complaint about the bags is it seems like UV deteriorates the plastic. After a couple years the bags were foggy and hard to read a map through. They were still perfectly waterproof, but no longer useful to read a map.
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49 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Duane L. Smith on March 26, 2011
I have used aloksaks for the last eight years, including deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan. I am currently in Jamaica and use in the mountains. The plastic is the best. I have yet had one fail due to punctures. I keep my Ipod touch inside and can manipulate the controls perfectly. They are also great for a passport holder, perfect size, nice and compact. The sealing zipper is inconsistent. I have read the instructions and followed them to seal and they still do not stay shut, especially when packed with other items that will pop open the seal. If I want something to stay waterproof I prefer freezer grade ziplock bags, double bagged, depending on the value of the item I am protecting. The one advantage of the alosaks is the variety of sizes, but having a perfectly sized bag versus a wet item is a no-brainer. The shipping from this vendor is excellent.
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Sambolino on April 10, 2008
Color Name: Medium (4.5 x 7 inch)Size Name: 4.5" x 7" (3pk)
I ended up using this bag as my main wallet for my whole vacation. I got three of them, and one of them got damaged by some keys or something in my pocket, so I switched to one of the others. It still didn't leak, but it had little bumps on it like the plastic was stretched. Nothing ever got wet in any of these bags the whole trip. I was careful to seal it properly every time, and I didn't get sand in it. It was just big enough to hold my passport, some cash, atm receipts, etc. Now that I've tried them, I'll probably get more in some of the larger sizes. Just as convenient as my usual zip-lock bags, but way more durable.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By DivideByZero on December 4, 2009
Color Name: Small (5 x 4 inch)Size Name: One Size
I've used aloksaks many times, mainly for keeping electronics and maps dry while kayaking and adventure racing. They work well if you follow the instructions on the bag. They tend to scratch easily, which isn't a problem unless you're trying to read a map that is inside one.

I have had a few of the zippers rip away from the rest of the bag, which is kinda a problem, but that is usually because I am rough with them.

It's worth noting that if you want to get rid of the black lettering on the outside of the bag, use a paper towel and some rubbing alcohol and they rub right off! Again, useful if trying to read a map through the bag.

All in all a good bag, but you may need a few extras on hand due to the average to poor durability. Spend the extra money, don't use a regular ziplock bag, or your goods WILL get wet.
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29 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Ross Mendel on November 13, 2008
Color Name: Small (5 x 4 inch)Size Name: One Size Verified Purchase
I have had issues with these bags:

1) I have thought I have sealed these bags, only to find they weren't sealed when I came back to them. The seal on these may be more water tight when closed properly and not agitated, but the seal seems surprisingly flimsy, it comes open much more easily than a standard sandwich bag, and it's a little difficult to tell if they are sealed properly.

2) I had one bag come completely apart at a seam near the ziploc, after just a couple of uses. I'm not sure why these bags even have the extra seam there, but it made me feel really insecure about trusting these bags (not to mention, the bag no longer worked after just a couple of uses). Pulling the bag open puts stress on this seam.

3) Overall, with the 200ft depth rating, I really expected these bags to seem more heavy duty and secure. All-in-all, I feel safer putting stuff in two ziploc baggies (bag inside a bag) than I feel using these dry bags. Maybe I'm fooling myself, but that's my impression after using these bags and also using standard freezer baggies, etc. (which feel much more substantial than these bags).

Note that I have not actually done comparative testing to see which hold out water better. Sorry, I wanted to like these bags...
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