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sop5353590 wrote a review of on July 16, 2012

4 5

Love it. For years, I've been hauling around my old SealLine with no straps. Wish I had gotten this sooner! This pack is awesome, and pretty comfortable. Everything perfectly dry in all SealLine products for years. I own the 35L and 70L.

My only complaints are that the strap positions are a little to high, for 2 reasons. 1) I am pretty small (5'4"), and the bottom of the bag in both the 35L and 70L hits the backs of my legs while walking. I would rather the straps were lower and the bag went up higher, like a camping pack. 2) Sometimes (ok, almost all the time) I have just too much gear to fit in the 35L, but not nearly enough to fill the 70L. Because of the high strap placement on the packs, I can't just roll down the top of the 70L to make it whatever size I want, so it ends up loosely packed and awkward.

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sop5353590 wrote a review of on July 16, 2012

5 5

I love these bags. I am a marine biologist, and spend a long time hauling my gear around on boats. My whole lab and I love SealLine bags. I use the 10L Kodiak bag as a camera bag for my digital SLR, and another to keep my change of clothes dry. Love that you can push the air out of these through the window - makes it a lot easier to fit this into another pack. I have used it as a solo bag for my camera on boat trips (often in the rain and treated very roughly) 4 times a month for the past 3 years, and have never had any problems with it.

re: other reviews about leak problems - this has NEVER ever been a problem for me, and I've taken this bag out on the boat in heavy rain, and even let it slosh around in the water on a dive boat. But, if you're worried, SealLine offers lots of other options without the valve.

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sop5353590 wrote a review of on July 16, 2012

4 5

I've had this watch about a month so far. I'm a marine biologist, and need something that is actually waterproof and easy to read. My wrists are very small, but the watch strap adjusts really well (actually would fit smaller) and the watch doesn't dwarf my wrist. Would also fit a much larger wrist.

Only complaint is that it is really hard figure out how to set the time or alarm, or turn the alarm on/off. I usually press all possible combinations of buttons until something starts blinking. Would be great if they added a fourth 'set' button.

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