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From the rain-soaked northwest to class five whitewater, keep your smart phone or tablet protected from the elements with the fully waterproof and submersible Outdoor Research Sensor Dry Pocket. The touchscreen-sensitive window allows you to continue to operate your device while the waterproof headphone jack lets you rock out in the rapids.

  • 70D nylon TPU with welded seams is fully waterproof and submersible
  • Touchscreen-sensitive window allows you to operate device while it's in the sleeve
  • Waterproof zip-lock and roll-top closure keeps electronics safe from wet weather
  • Waterproof headphone jack allows you to rock out in the rain
  • Top clip provides a secure attachment point
  • Standard size fits a iPhone or smaller, Large fits an iPhone with case or Samsung Galaxy, Tablet size accommodates an iPad or smaller
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Essential shredding gear

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I use this for resort riding and skining up in the BC (in 'safe' zones where I am unconcerned about avy conditions). It is a great piece of gear that just works. It is lightweight and unlike something like a pelican case, I can bring it with and it doesn't get in the way. Still fits in my pocket for resort riding and the clip works well when I am in the BC. Only drawback would like to see the clip removable so I could take it off when not in use. Still a great solution to keeping your stuff dry and still being able to use.

Outdoor Research Sensor Dry Pocket

Designed to keep your electronic gadgets safe and dry in the boat or on the trail in wet weather, the Sensor Dry Pocket protects touch-screen devices from the elements while still allowing for their use through its clear, waterproof, touch-sensitive window.

Kept iPad dry in canoe

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

When I was researching my guidebook Adirondack Paddling, I delighted in being unplugged from civilization. However, I was working, and on a few occasions I brought my iPad along so I could use Audubon apps to assist me in identifying birds and flowers. I wouldn't have risked bringing such a valued electronic gadget on a canoe trip if I didn't have Outdoor Research's Sensor Dry Pocket designed for tablets. The roll-up top and zip-lock seam kept it safe from the rain and paddle splashes, and I was able to easily view and operate apps through the clear touch screen. Probably most people will not be taking iPads on canoe trips, but what about their smart phones? OR makes a Sensor Dry Pocket designed for phones as well. One last comment: after an arduous day in the wild, the iPad Dry Pocket works great when you're soaking in a bathtub doing crosswords or reading the news.

Does the standard fit the iPhone 5?

Does the standard fit the iPhone 5?