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  • DryMax pocket features a moisture-absorbing packet that helps eliminate fog buildup
  • Sealed seams, resealable inner closure and second slide-open clamp offer peace of mind; breakaway lanyard lets you wear the case comfortably and around your neck
  • The Seattle Sports E-Merse DryMax Clear 3D camera case is made of tough, PVC-free urethane that stays flexible in cold weather and provides puncture-resistant protection


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Best Use Travel
Material(s) Urethane
Waterproof Yes
Dimensions 6.5 x 4.5 inches
Fits Camera Type Point-and-shoot
Weight 4 ounces
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for Surf Fishing.... I use it for my remote alarm and keys for my vehicle, and my phone. I was somewhat worried at first, thinking I didn't seal it correctly, so I did a test at home with some tissue paper. Submerged it completely in water and the tissue did not get wet at all. Cons; the plastic is very grippy, after surf fishing I'm a little tired and my fingers are a little cold, so grabbing the items out of the pouch are laborious. Not really an issue though, I was just expecting to open the pouch and shake out my keys and phone but they stick in there. Pros; very easy to use just make sure you seal the ziplock type yellow portion completely before putting on the lanyard and secondary seal slider.
Date published: 2014-07-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not Worth the Chance I purchased this instore, but felt the need to review the product here as my phone and camera are now ruined. I used this successfully once. The second time I can only guess that it did not seal properly. I checked it and double checked it before using as it was difficult to know when it was sealed. I should have taken the extra step to check it early on. I can't recommend this product.
Date published: 2014-02-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Slide-on clip cuts thru instead of sealing the bag -- background -- Maybe it was already like this and I didn't notice (I was in a huge hurry) but it's clear that the hole I now have in the yellow part is caused by the rubbing action of the clip slider (blue part). The slider clip pinches pretty aggressively, which makes a problem when the really quite narrow rail (blue) slides across the rather thin, extra soft rubber (yellow). -- situation -- First use, a canoe trip. It was tough getting the clip to slide on in the first place, partly because of the friction, and partly because the yellow is so soft and just folds like pushing a rope. But I thought, "Well, it's pretty tight on there, so at least it won't come apart on its own." Then I saw that I had to reposition my enormous phone (Nexus 6 - 2014) so that the ill-conceived logo placement didn't cover the camera, and that's when I noticed this hole. You might could imagine I was a bit richly frustrated. Oh, I haven't told you yet, I was at the put-in, walking to my canoe at the time. Soo, yeah, a bit too late. I was disappointed in myself that I didn't also bring along a couple freezer bags -- doubling those up would have been far better protection. But lucky I had some chewing gum. -- action -- In case you can't see this coming already, I chewed it up nice and good as fast as I could, till it got soft, then started getting harder. I smashed it down with a good supply of fury onto where the hole is, but it didn't stick to these ubiquitously fashionable nano-rubber-smooth-feel surfaces for very long. After more frustration and more gum I thought I had finally re-protected my phone. After a while it started falling off anyway, and even after replacing it with even-better-chewed gum a few times, there were still a few drops of bilge that got in. Thankfully my phone only got water on the surface. -- recommendation -- Get something else. It failed on the first go. Even before the first water touched it. I cannot recommend this product. Save your time and money. Save your electronics. If it's too late, you got one, yours will get a hole, just make sure to put your chewing gum ON THE INSIDE. That way, it can't fall off - it will just squish out through the hole, better sealing it. REI - I recommend stop selling these in their current form. At least test a batch for how many slides before fail. And put that information on the rack with them. -- questions -- - Why did this get made? - What kind of testing was done? - Why did REI decide to sell it? - Am I really the first person this happened to? - Can I find my receipt in time to get my money back? (If not, I'll put my gum on the inside next time.) -- other thoughts -- I sure didn't love this thing at the time I bought it, and I would not have gotten it if I had more time to look around. It was the only option available to fit my monstrous phablet-phone. I didn't like the sliding clip, I didn't like the really quite thin and soft elastomer-rubber-plastic yellow part. In fact, did envision this exact failure mode happening after several uses, especially with any foreign matter (sand, dust, etc). I thought though, that I was CERTAIN to have more time at least than LESS THAN ONE USE. I didn't like that the logo was placed more than a good 2 inches into the center of the otherwise quite usable clear vinyl part.
Date published: 2016-07-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from worked for me to go snokeling Got this to hold the rental car key and my wallet while we were in the water. This worked well. I did notice that it was easy to get water in the bag while opening it to remove items, but I was able to mitigate this by keeping a dry paper towel in the bag. I also think that it might be better ways to keep the bag on me while in the water. These quibbles aside, this is a nearly perfect product. BTW... Every time I buy a waterproof anything... I test it prior to using it for my valuables. Put a test paper towel in the item (works for phone cases, this bag, etc) and dunk it, hold it under, squeeze it a bit (within "normal operating parameters"). The warranty covers only the bag, not the stuff in the bag. I used this item something like 6 to 8 times on that trip and did not damage the bag opening or closing it.
Date published: 2016-08-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Kept our phones dry Purchased two of these to take on our lake vacation-multiple days on the boat all day. Able to store up to two iPhones in each pouch easily. Able to use the phones and take pictures/video while in the pouch and felt secure wearing the pouch around my neck. Extremely satisfied with this purchase!
Date published: 2016-08-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Inexpensive alternative to a new camera Great way to inexpensively "waterproof" your point and shoot camera. Only con is that you cannot use the flash with this since it will "fog" the picture. If you don't want to spend a lot this is a great way to go.
Date published: 2014-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good idea, good qulity, good seal! Waterproof camera case is good quality and fits our camera fine without the case. I guess we don't need 2 cases when out on the water any how, and it does seal water out very well.
Date published: 2016-04-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Dry Camera case Did not test in water yet. Good size for camera & cash when on a dingy/kayak.
Date published: 2016-09-08
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