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DRY PAK DP-46 Yellow/Blue 4" x 6" GPS, MP3, Cell Phone Case

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  • 4 in. wide x 6 in. long with maximum circumference of 7 1/4 in.
  • Clear TPU front, blue TPU back, padded and lined
  • Adjustable neck lanyard & anodized aluminum spring hook
  • Yellow sealing clip for high visibility
  • For beach, pool, boating, snorkeling and more
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DRY PAK DP-46 Yellow/Blue 4" x 6" GPS, MP3, Cell Phone Case + DRY PAK DP-58 Yellow/Blue 5" x 8" Game Player, Smart Phone Case + SGM (TM) Waterproof Pouch with Waist Strap for Beach/fishing/hiking - Protects Phones, Camera, Cash, Documents From Water, Sand, Dust and Dirt
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  • Size (LWH): 3 inches, 4 inches, 4 inches
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DRY PAK Cell Phone Case. Clear TPU front, blue TPU back, padded and lined. Adjustable neck lanyard & anodized aluminum spring hook. White sealing clip for high visibility. For beach, pool, boating, snorkeling and more; Dimensions: 4"W x 6"L with maximum circumference: 7-¼"


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 4 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000FE9CAK
  • Item model number: DP-46
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (431 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,503 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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119 of 125 people found the following review helpful By N. Cianca on June 6, 2010
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I've been using this with my iPhone while kayaking and couldn't be happier. The iPhone fits perfectly inside. I keep the lanyard attached to my PFD and stick the whole thing into one of the PFD's front pockets. Its waterproof and gets wet on occasion, but I haven't seen any moisture or condensation inside. I took a hard dunk when hit by a wave but the phone was perfectly dry.

I can talk on the phone and also use it to get weather and tide info and with MotionX GPS. Overall, I don't have any issues using my iPhone through the plastic. I did drop a small silica pack on the bottom to absorb any stray moisture. Because its exposed to sea water, I rinse the outside and the top after using it and let it air dry.

My only complaint is that back is blue so I can't use the iPhone camera, but not really an issue since I also carry a waterproof Sanyo camcorder...
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93 of 101 people found the following review helpful By R. RUST on August 4, 2007
Last year, while at the beach, I was knocked down by a big wave and ruined my cell phone, having to spend $100.00 to replace it. This year, me and my cell phone will be safe. Have tested it in the pool and it does what it says it will do. It's water tight and floats, which makes me very very happy.
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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Josh Miller on April 15, 2012
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This thing doesn't let any water in, I tested it for 12 hours underwater in a large bowl with a 5 pound weight on top of it with paper towels inside. The paper towels were taken out, completely dry. I then proceeded to use it with my Galaxy S 4G and took it out in the full blast bubbling hot tub, played some games, watched some videos with it, dunked it a few times just for the heck of it; no hints of any moisture came inside the Dry Pak. This thing keeps your device perfectly dry!

Now the buts:

- This is where the 1-star deduction comes from:
It's pretty hard to get your phone into the Dry Pak, not because of size, but because of the rubber surface inside the pack. As you try to slide your phone inside, it will resist you all the way in... the rubber deathgrips the back and front of the phone. My phone has a smooth plastic backing, unlike another reviewer who had a RUBBER backing which was stated to make it impossible to get the phone inside, I now believe this to not be an exaggeration at all. It takes me a good 1-2 minutes to get my phone inside the Dry Pak in the position I want, you have to do all kinds of maneuvers and shakes, which is a hassle. Now getting it out is a bit faster, about 30 seconds. DO NOT try to brute force the phone out, it will pull against the siding and possibly rip them, you'll have to squeeze the sides and shake it out. For me it goes like this: *shakeshakeshakeshakeshake**it moved!* *shakeshakeshakeshakeshakeshake**it moved!* *shakeshakeshakeshakeshake* *It's OUT!* finally.

- When completely submerged, my touchscreen will not function, since the water is "touching" the whole screen. This isn't a fault of the Dry Pak, though. Other phones might work if they use a different touch screen input method (i.e. capacitive, resistive, etc).
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151 of 176 people found the following review helpful By Jason B on September 2, 2008
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Background...
I'm going off on a cruise and anticipate some water-related off shore excursions. So, I was looking for something that would protect our passports in the smallest available size, since I'll be wearing this around my neck.

The listed size of 4 x 6 in is INCORRECT. The width is off by a little more than 1/4 inch! The length is basically on point.

A US passport is just shy of 3.5 inches in width so I figured I have enough leeway with this case.

Lucky, with a bit of manipulation I was able to squeeze two passports in but it is a rather tight fit and hopefully the seams won't be compromised.

I am yet to test the functionality of the case so I can't comment on how well it works.

Just want to give consumers a heads-up and help with the decision making process on purchasing this item. If I was to purchase it again for the same intended needs, I'd go up a size. For this discrepancy I gave it 3 stars. Hope this helps.
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72 of 82 people found the following review helpful By 4thGen on September 2, 2008
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Colorful, lightweight, and waterproof (so far). Got mine to put a small camera or cell phone in while kayaking. It's on the small side, which is good for a compact item like a phone or camera that you want on you all the time, and the carabiner and neck loop are a good idea. Easy to use cam-lock type closure, which works, although I regard this design as more splashproof than truly waterproof, in that I don't think I'd risk submerging for extended periods. Otherwise only limited only in that this is pretty much a one-item case, so if you're looking for something to hold several items, this isn't it. It's also fairly tight for most items, so it's not really ideal for taking something in and out a lot.
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63 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Elaine Williams on July 9, 2011
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I read mixed reviews about this product so I conducted a science experiment before I placed my phone into harm's way. I cut out a piece of cardboard and submerged the pouch for five minutes. The cardboard stayed completely dry. I then added some weight in the form of AA batteries to mimic the weight of my phone. After 5 minutes underwater they too stayed completely dry. So- I held my breath and added my iPhone. Not only did it stay completely dry- I could still use it thru the pouch so I did not have to remove it while kayaking or boating. Having this device offers me a great peace of mind for my electronic gadgets.
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