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Hi Adam!
Our waterproof camera floats work very well with GoPro cameras, I actually just used it recently myself with a GoPro Hero Black 3+ camera and was very happy with the results :-).
The attachment process is very simple; in the bottom of your waterproof housing there is a small "steel bar hinge", in the middle … see more
Hi Adam!
Our waterproof camera floats work very well with GoPro cameras, I actually just used it recently myself with a GoPro Hero Black 3+ camera and was very happy with the results :-).
The attachment process is very simple; in the bottom of your waterproof housing there is a small "steel bar hinge", in the middle of that there is a small opening (just behind the extension connector). Detach the lanyard (bottom part) of the camera float and thread it through the middle of the "steel bar hinge". The attachment process should look something like this http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/71J0dfV3TjL._SL1500_.jpg
Wish I was able to upload a video showing it, would be much easier, but unfortunately that's not possible here on Amazon :-/.
Please let me know if you need further instructions and I'll try to help you more :-)
Have a great day!
Henrik / Nordic Flash see less

By Nordic Quality SELLER on March 11, 2014
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An iPhone 5s is listed as being 112g. I have tested this with a GoPro Hero 3+ that (with housing) is listed as 136g and it worked great. So you should be good to go. Whatever case your using to strap this thing on to your iPhone might add a little weight, but probably not enough to cause this float to fail. With th… see more An iPhone 5s is listed as being 112g. I have tested this with a GoPro Hero 3+ that (with housing) is listed as 136g and it worked great. So you should be good to go. Whatever case your using to strap this thing on to your iPhone might add a little weight, but probably not enough to cause this float to fail. With the GoPro, it even bobbed out of the water about half way. see less
By Amazon Customer on June 25, 2014
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Yes, because it has a detachable button and loop, it allows you to thread it through the tiny camera strap side clip on the Nikon Coolpix. Then you just snap the larger floaty to the clip. I have a Coolpix as well. And yes, it passed the test float in my pool before taking it out on the Gulf of Mexico where I paddle.
By Barbara C. on June 22, 2015
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Yes. The S33 is within the weight range specs of the floats.
By J. Copeland on June 22, 2015
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It should. It held up my heavy camera with no problem.
By JC on January 6, 2015
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Yes, It works. In fact we have used it with the GoPro 4 Silver
By Cesar on March 23, 2015
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It floated our S31, but I am not sure about the AW or the added weight of the lens. However, the S1 has a place for straps on both sides, and since there are 2 in the pack, we attached one on each side to let the camera free float. This made smoother underwater videos.
By user6550 on May 18, 2014
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Hi Jennifer!
Thank you for your question! As long as the Polaroid cube has an attachment spot (to thread the string through) and if it weighs below 200g it should work like a charm!
As always, please make sure you "test-float" the camera in shallow waters before heading out to sea just to make sure.… see more
Hi Jennifer!
Thank you for your question! As long as the Polaroid cube has an attachment spot (to thread the string through) and if it weighs below 200g it should work like a charm!
As always, please make sure you "test-float" the camera in shallow waters before heading out to sea just to make sure.
Oh and please report back how it went! :-).
Have a great day!
Henrik / Nordic Flash see less

By Nordic Quality SELLER on July 21, 2015
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Hi Tanya! Unfortunately we don't have that kind of packaging and since Amazon is in charge of our shipping and order handling. We can't physically repack our orders due to this. Please don't hesitate to contact us should you have any further questions, we're always around. Have a great day! Chad / Nordic Flash
By Nordic Quality SELLER on June 1, 2015
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Yes, it is a clip strap. The only way to get it off is to unclip it. You can remove the flotation device for better handling when not in the water.
By Samantha on August 5, 2014