Dry Pak Smart Phone/GPS/MP3 Case - Hot Pink - 4" x 8"

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Dry Pak Smart Phone/GPS/MP3 Case - Hot Pink - 4" x 8"DP-48HP DRY PAK CELL PHONE CASE HOT PINK 4" X 8"
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Smart Phone/GPS/MP3 Case - Hot Pink - 4" x 8"

Take Photos through clear window on the back! Talk and Listen clearly through the case!

If the thought of being without your cell phone, GPS or MP3 or other valuables when you’re out on the water makes you shudder, you need an award winning DRY PAK! DRY PAKs hermetically seal out water, sand and dust. Simply twist the knobs to open; twist back down to seal. It’s that simple. If you drop it in water, it will float and your belongings are protected, period! Although we identify only a few popular uses and activities for each case, it’s highly likely that you’ll find other applications for your DRY PAK. If you have a specific item that you want to protect, measure it first and check the maximum circumference dimensions that we provide.

Features:

  • 4"W x 8"L      
  • Clear TPU front and back camera window with high visibility border
  • Adjustable neck lanyard & anodized aluminum spring hook
  • Bright sealing clip for high visibility
  • For beach, pool, boating, snorkeling and more
  • Maximum circumference: 7-1/4"
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