Little things needs to stay dry, too.
Not losing your keys on your way down the river is a start, but it's still going to suck when you get to the take out only to realize that your automatic car door opener will never work again thanks to that swim you took on mile five. The NRS Aquapac 608 Keymaster Dry Bag keeps your small valuables protected from getting soaked, and the attached lanyard makes sure it stays where it belongs.
Share your thoughts
Is this bag big enough for a u.s....
Is this bag big enough for a u.s. passport?
No chance unless you fold your Passport in half. The dimensions given are for the exterior. My iPhone 4s without a case will barely fit. Please also check the photo carefully as the bottom edge is cut off at an angle.
Works as Advertised.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Simple, easy. Throw in your keys, some cash, driver's license, a credit card or two, seal it up , and forget about it. It works really, really well. The included lanyard is handy if you want to throw it around your neck (if you don't have pockets), otherwise, throw it in a pocket and forget it.
Keeps your keys dry!! Small size makes it easy to fit in the pocket of my board shorts for a day at the lake or going down the river. I've used this to stow my keys, a CC, and some cash, everything remained dry on the inside while being wet on the outside.