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Dry Pak Waterproof Alligator Wallet

Dry Pak Waterproof Alligator Wallet

Description

The "Alligator" Wallet is perfect for field use - holds ID, cash, credit cards, keys, pagers, and even small phones.

Features

  • Blue 'alligator' embossed heavy-gauge vinyl front with a clear back
  • Cam lock clips on top hermetically seal out water, sand, and dust to keep your valuables protected
  • Dimensions - 4" wide x 4" long: Maximum circumference - 7.25"
List Price
$9.99
Your Price
$7.13
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

DRY PAKs are an absolute necessity for today's on-the-go active lifestyle. DRY PAKs provide simple, user-friendly, effective protection for cell phones, cameras, GPSs, PDAs and lots of other gear.

All DRY PAK items have cam lock clips on top that hermetically seal out water, sand and dust. Simply twist the knobs upwards to open; twist back down to seal. All cases are securely ultrasonically welded to the top clips, so there are no parts to lose.

DRY PAK items are constructed of a hi-tech thermo-plastic-polyurethane. TPU is approximately 10 times stronger than vinyl and has incredible resistance to hot and cold temperatures. Sounds transmit through TPU with less than 5% loss of volume, making it the perfect choice for phone and VHF radio cases. Optically clear materials are used for the camera and camcorder cases.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Dry Pak Waterproof Alligator Wallet DP-44 Waterproof alligator wallet, 4" wide x 4" long
$7.13
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Dry Pak Alligator Wallet - 4 x 4 DP-44W Waterproof alligator wallet, 4" wide x 4" long, white
$7.13
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