MARCHWAY Floating Waterproof Dry Bag 5L/10L/20L/30L/40L, Roll Top Sack Keeps Gear Dry Kayaking, Rafting, Boating, Swimming, Camping, Hiking, Beach, Fishing
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- Lightweight Compact and Durable: Made from ripstop tarpaulin with sturdy welded seam which is designed for years usage, tear, rip and puncture proof. Perfect for almost any extreme adventure you imagine.
- Waterproof Guarantee: Solid roll-top closure system provides secure watertight seal. Keep your gear dry in any wet situation where the bag is not fully submerged. Protect your valuables from water, snow, mud and sand.
- Easy Operation and Cleaning: Just put your gear in bag, grab top woven tape and roll down tightly 3 to 5 times and then plug buckle to complete seal, whole process is very quick. Dry sack is easy to wipe clean due to its smooth surface.
- Perfect Midsize: 10Liter and 20Liter to meet your demands on different occasions. Each bag includes an adjustable and removable shoulder strap for cross-body or shoulder carrying.
- Versatility: The dry sack can float on water after rolled and buckled, so you can track your gear easily. Perfect for boating, kayaking, paddling, sailing, canoeing, surfing or having fun on the beach. A nice Holiday Gift for families and friends.
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MARCHWAY Waterproof Dry bag, Your Perfect Water Sport Companion
MARCHWAY designers firmly believe that protect your valuables is crucial for keeping a good mood during your outdoor adventures. So we designed this dry bag to keep your stuff dry, clean, safe and protect them from sand, dust, mud and snow to ensure you enjoy outdoors without worry.
Whichever adventure you are going on, such as kayaking, canoeing, snowboarding, skiing, hiking, camping, backapcking, our bag is the gear you can truly reply on. It is perfect to keep your stuff dry in any wet condition where the bag is not submerged. Its waterproof, light, compact and durable features determine that it must be an essential part of your outdoor gear kit!
5L ,10L include single detachable strap for cross-body or over the shoulder carrying.
20L, 30L include double detachable straps, you can use either one strap for cross-body, or use two straps as backpack.
40L includes non-detachable double straps.
Why our bags are worth having
What makes this bag so trustworthy:
- Highest quality thick 500D tarpaulin which is an ultra tough waterproof fabric, resisting tear, puncture, abrasion, strong enough to use in most harsh condition. However it keeps soft and touches smooth even in extremely cold season.
- Simple roll down top seal system allows for secure air tight protection against water.
- Advanced thermo welding craft ensures flawless waterproof construction.
- With detachable and adjustable shoulder strap for different size people and various carry style.
- Portable to carry due to its lightweight and easy to roll down for convenient storage.
- Bag will float on water after the seal is closed so you can track your gears easily.
10, 20, 30 and 40 Liter Dry Bag Application
Where are our 10L, 20L, 30L and 40L bags to be used:
- 10L dry bag is compact and popular, very practical for packing small valuable possessions for short trip. Suitable for protecting wallet, keys, towel, toiletries, cell phone, sunglasses, camera, water bottle etc.
- 20L dry bag backpack is big enough to carry everything you need for a day trip. Suitable for protecting clothes, shoes, tablet PC, bath towel, flashlight, telescope, handtools, poncho, notebook, food container etc.
- 30L dry bag backpack is for the trips more than a day. Suitable for protecting clothes, survival kits, parachute hammock, water containers etc.
- 40L dry bag backpack provides gear protection for a trip that will last up to a week: two people's clothes, small sleeping bag, wetsuit, mattress etc.
- Size and Weight Specification ( Bottom Diameter x Height before rolling)
5L: 6.9" x 15"，0.53 LB; 10L: 7.8" x 19", 0.66 LB; 20L: 9.2" x 22", 0.9 LB
30L: 9.7" x 25.8", 1.48 LB; 40L: 11.9" x 26", 1.63 LB
How to Seal the Roll Top Closure
Step 1: Put items into the bag, grab black strap on top of the bag and align the ends of the strap.
Step 2: Roll down 3 to 5 times along the top of the bag untill you feel the air left in bag is proper. The more tightly rolled, the better waterproof performance.
Step 3: Connect the buckle to complete the seal. The buckle and strap form a natural handle.
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I ended up buying two of these bags: One was the 10L Hi-Vis Orange bag, and the other was the 20L Hi-Vis Yellow bag. I'll review both, starting with the 10L.
One thing you have to keep in mind with these bags is that they require 3-4 folds before you buckle the top closed to be effectively waterproof. What this means is that the bags are not as tall as you would think just looking at them in the package. I haven't actually attempted to measure the size of the bag when it is closed to see if it is actually 10L, but I would assume the overall space is reduced when closed (especially depending on how many folds you put in before closing it). With this being said, I can easily recommend the 10L for 3-4 medium sized handheld items (which I will specify now).
For myself, I stored an aviation headset bag (measures about 6x4x10 [LxWxH]), a pilot logbook (6x2x12), my passport booklet, sunscreen, and an ipad mini. It was snug, but I could still get 3 rolls and latch the bag shut without any problems. Initially this was okay, but I wanted a little more room so that I could bring extra items like extra clothes, bandages, water, etc. as my days are long and spent in the sun.
Now, I carry the 10L bag with me (Folded up nicely in my 20L bag) as an extra buoy if I have to cut an anchor line. These bags are air tight when closed properly and will hold any residual air inside once closed. All I have to do now is blow a little air in the bag, roll it, latch it, and it is a buoy or flotation device.
The 10L bag is great if you don't have TOO much stuff to carry, but I'd caution you to go with the larger option if you are unsure and aren't confined to a small space for the bag.
The 20L bag functions the same way as the 10L, but supplies twice the space. I have plenty of room for all of the items mentioned above, and some. An added benefit is that the 20L comes with 2 straps instead of one, so I can wear it as a backpack when walking around the islands. Beyond that, there really isn't much difference at all between the bags.
-The bags are simple to use and versatile
-The color options are great, especially if your use for the bag may end up with the bag falling overboard
-The bags will float when sealed properly
-No water has been found in my bags yet (but I'd still add extra caution and seal anything you absolutely can't get wet in another plastic bag as well)
-Folding the bag over eliminates some space, which means you need to plan your space utilization carefully if you want a waterproof bag!
-The bag is not designed to be submerged for more than a few seconds... it is waterproof when floating (which is what it does). If you force it underwater for too long, the pressure of the water may force some liquid into the bag
Overall, I'd say this is a great, CHEAP, and simple product. Take it from someone who's out on the ocean all day: it works!
Hint: don't squish all the air out when you close it. I squish out a little air before I roll down the top, but I leave a lot in the bag because it floats a lot better with some air in it. It will float if you squish all the air out, but it seems to bob better with some air inside.
Also, because I am paranoid, I do "double-bag" my electronic gear. Meaning, I put my cell phone and camera in zip-lock plastic bags before I put them in the dry bag as a bit of extra insurance. Keeping a towel in the bag is also very useful if you take things in and out of the dry bag since you can dry off any moisture on your hands or the bag.
I also really like the adjustable strap, since I can sling it over my shoulder and across my body very easily to carry it. The strap also makes it easy to attach the bag to the kayak to make sure it does not spill out in rougher weather or waves. The dry bag is well worth the cost (in fact, I bought two of them) and does a very good job protecting electronics, clothing, and/or food in damp/wet situations. It's wonderful for protecting stuff (like your Kindle) when you go to the beach.