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93 of 94 people found the following review helpful
on March 30, 2009
I use this little pack for carrying my ID and some money while snorkling. This saves me from having to worry about leaving my stuff on the beach while I'm in the water. I can attest to the pack being waterproof to at least 20 feet deep. The waist belt that came with it fit fine (I'm a 40 waist).
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95 of 97 people found the following review helpful
on March 5, 2009
This product works well when it is not overloaded. The first time we used it, I think we put too much (2 cell phones, car keys, cash & credit cards) and it leaked. The weight from the cell phones pulled at the seal and allowed water in, I believe. The other times we used it without the cell phones, there was no water at all. I had also bought a waterproof camera case that utilized a "ziploc type seal, then roll the seal down and hold it in place with velcro" system which seems a lot more secure against accidental leakages. If you can find a bag that has that system, I would recommend you get that instead.

That said, I liked the fact that this had a belt rather than a lanyard like the other products because we used it while snorkeling and having it around the neck would have been annoying and a hazard.
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82 of 88 people found the following review helpful
on January 9, 2009
We got this to take with us when we went snorkeling. It was very durable and didn't leak. When I first ordered it I didn't realize it would be so big. it was a little too bulky for our keys and a few bucks. So, if you are not going to put your passport or other documents in this pack I would recommend to look for a smaller version.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful
on September 27, 2010
Ok so i purchased this dry pack after reading reviews about how it doesn't work and how it leaks at times and that the directions clearly state not to submerge it into water, even though it advertises that it is completely waterproof. After reading these reviews, I still went for it and this is what i found:

First you have to consider that it is less than a $20 purchase. The product is actually built pretty solid. The quality of the plastic isn't cheap and the nylon belt isn't cheap either. The only component that I'd have any complaint about is the aluminum clip that attaches the bag to the belt. I had a fear that it might open up during my snorkeling sessions so I solved the problem by putting some duct tape around it to make sure it doesn't slip open.

The next fear was the water leaking in. SOLUTION: i put my stuff in a little plastic ziplock and then put it in the bag. Worked like a charm. Yes, the bag leaked a bit at times, maybe a couple of drops, but even if it leaked a lot i was protected. The point of this bag is to serve as a fairly decent waterproof package that you can connect to yourself using the belt. It wasn't too much of a burden for me to just bag my ID, money, coins, passport, etc. in a ziplock and stuff it in the bag. I'm very satisfied with the use i got out of the pack and look forward to using it again.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
on January 15, 2010
I had this for just a week when one of the fasteners broke. Even before that, it was very difficult to close.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful
on May 31, 2008
Product works and works well!! used it on a cruise while doing excursions..snorkeling, swimming, etc and everything remains dry! air tight compartment! love it!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
on October 30, 2008
Bought this for a couple of cruise excursions. It worked great for a river tube float but when we snorkeled with it it leaked hence wet passports, money, etc.. If you purchase this make sure you test it before you use it!!!!
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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful
on August 16, 2010
This thing leaked like a sieve the first time we used it, forcing us to have to keep our belongings in a zip lock inside the bag, defeating the purpose. Then on the third use it came loose from the clip in the water and it was lost. Thank goodness a kind individual turned it in to the lifeguard! I have bought a couple of the larger Kwik Tek Dry Packs in the past and didn't have the same problem with leakage and loss, but it will be difficult to trust their products again.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on March 4, 2012
I needed some waterproof bags for an upcoming snorkeling and diving trip. These bags are advertised as waterproof so I purchased two larger bags (4X6) and a smaller bag. You might say I was surprised when they arrived and I learned they are not waterproof. The instructions clearly point out they are not to be used for below the water surface as they are not truly "waterproof." Rather, they are to used at water's surface. To test them, I put a piece of paper in each of the bags and placed them underwater and left them there for about 20 minutes. When I opened them all, all three pieces of paper were wet and the interiors of the bags were all wet as well. These are not waterproof bags. Do not be mislead by the advertising.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on October 10, 2010
We purchased this item for a 10 day Southern Caribbean cruise in which we knew we would be in the water the majority of the time. This size was perfect to carry our valuables, camera, lip blam, small tube of suncreen, etc. (we also purchased the larger size in case there was a beach we weren't going to return to but never ended up using it)
Everything stayed completely dry and what is nice about this bag, you can hang it around your neck or wear it like a waist belt. We went swimming in some iffy areas in which you wouldn't want to leave your room key, cash, credit cards, camera, etc. We also used it for snorkeling and river tubing. Wow, what an amazing job this did in keeping everything dry and safe!! Will never travel to the beach without it.
It also keeps you quite boyant when in the water...probably an unexpected advantage.
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