- Lightweight 70D Nylon with Polyurethane waterproof coating,
- BEST USE: Sea to Summit's most versatile dry sack for backpacking, travel & light paddle adventures
- CAPACITY: 1 Liters: a phone (in a waterproof case), snacks, wallet & keys Size: 4.3 x 9.4 in
- WATER TIGHT: Lightweight 70D Nylon with Polyurethane waterproof coating, taped seam construction
- FEATURES: Waterproof hypalon roll-top closure, 5/8" side squeeze buckle closure & oval shaped, non-rolling bottom
- SPECS: Size: 4.3 x 9.4 in; Weight: 1.3 oz / 37g
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Sea to Summit stands for a culture of design perfectionists who develop ingenious, functionally beautiful products with an independent, free-thinking Australian attitude. We strive to create equipment that is nimble and light, but serious enough to deliver when called into duty. Gear that works just that little bit better, so you may find yourself inspired to take the less-traveled road more often.
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The smallest sizes of the Lightweight Drysacks are bundled together in a nice neat package of three. The 1L, 2L, and 4L are the perfect sizes for organized packing of your smaller essentials. Made from the same 70D waterproof fabric as the regular dry sacks sold individually, these are ideal for small items on all your adventures.
70D WATERPROOF FABRIC - HIGH PERFORMANCE
Super tough, super pliable, high thread-count 70 Denier fabrics. The PU coating is highly waterproof (rated to 10,000mm hydrostatic head), and is colored bright white to make it easy to find your gear inside these bags.
Features & Highlights
Light abrasion and puncture resistance. No need to baby them, but be aware of sharp objects or abrasive surfaces. 10,000mm hydrostatic head – more than sufficient water protection for paddle or wet-weather use (avoid full submersion.) Best used for backpacking, hiking, bike packing and travel.
- Lightweight 70D Nylon with fully taped seams
- 10,000mm hydrostatic head
- Polyurethane coating with white pigment for greater interior visibility
- Waterproof hypalon roll-top closure does not wick moisture D-ring attachment point at the buckle
- Features the patent-pending Field Repair Buckle with stainless steel pins
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 4.33 x 4.33 x 9.45 inches; 8 Ounces
- Item model number : 161
- Department : Womens
- Date First Available : January 19, 2009
- Manufacturer : Sea to Summit
- ASIN : B001Q3KK96
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Here are the real sizes:
1 Liter: 4.3 x 9.4 in.
2 Liter: 5.1 x 11.4 in.
4 Liter: 5.9 x 13 in.
8 Liter: 6.7 x 18 in.
13 Liter: 8.6 x 21 in.
20 Liter: 10 x 24 in.
35 Liter: 12 x 27 in.
I ended up returning the small size and buying the x-large.
Most people are using these for sporting reasons -- I use this to carry my lunch in my backpack. I bicycle to work, and I've lost three backpacks due to spilled lunches (backpack one: spaghetti sauce stuck in the mesh back part, that wouldn't wash out; backpack 2: overnight oats glass jar, left tiny glass shards everywhere; backpack 3(leather with cotton interior): olive oil salad dressing, this I also tried to wash out, but it kept leaving oil stains on my papers. I can't afford a new backpack every few months, so, this is hopefully my solution. Works great so far.
However, the "do not submerge" warning on the tag was an unwelcome surprise. This appears to be a "dry bag", but apparently it's only dry if you don't submerge it. A "damp bag" perhaps. Not sure.
Anyway, I wouldn't buy this if you want to protect an electronic device. After the "do not submerge" warning the label goes on to require using TWO bags to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Might I suggest designing it correctly the first time. Disappointed in myself for not paying closer attention to the fine print but it's a caveat that prospective buyers need to consider before acquiring one and wondering what to do with the "damp bag".
Amazon requested ratings of this product for water resistance, durability and weight. Well, it's alleged to be water resistant but not for electronic devices. If you have something you don't mind getting wet, what's the point of a dry bag? As for durability, I'm not going to use it so it should last until the next ice age. But it doesn't weigh much. Maybe about as much as the $18 I spent on it.
So there you have it, if you want a not quite dry bag that doesn't weigh much, doesn't protect your gear (unless you get two) and is really lightweight then this is the gear for you.
But please note that these are different from a waterproof dry bag. That is, I am sure if you left one of these out in heavy rain, stuff would be damp.
I should also note that I used laundry sanitizer in the rinse.
Once the clothes were hung up to dry, I also hung the bag up open-side down on a pants-hanger to dry, and then used it for a laundry bag for the rest of the trip.
I wore the washed and hanger-dried outfit on the 28 hour marathon of flights and layovers to get back home again, and everything seemed to smell OK when I got back.
The bag rolls up very small when empty, and easily holds a weeks worth of laundry.
The instructions say not to machine wash the bag, but after storing dirty laundry in it for a week, I turned the bag inside out and washed it in our front-loaded on delicate with some other clothing. It appears to have run that gauntlet OK. It now waits in my closet, hanging on a pants hanger.