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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I use this bag to keep my electronics dry while backpacking in rainy places. The 10 L fits my SLR camera (in it's case), my phone, my iPod, with plenty of room to spare. I particularly like that it's a clear bag so I can see what's going on inside while the bag is sealed.
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
I ordered this bag and the Kodiak. Sent this back AND ordered another Kodiak. I thought the vinyl was too stiff for my use.
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I'm looking for a bag to keep a change of clothes in my kayak. Space is a premium.
I'd go with the 20L or 30L either should have plenty of room and be able to pack down small as long as you are just taking a simple change of clothes.
I would go with the Sealline Kodiak Tapered Dry Bag. It is made from 220D Cordura (very durable), has a purge valve allowing the bag to get smaller instead of fighting the extra air inside the bag (which takes up valuable space), and the tapered shape makes it easier to fit into the nose or stern of the kayak. It comes in 20L, 35L Long, and 35L Wide sizes. http://www.backcountry.com/sealline-kodiak-taper-dry-bag
Greetings, Need a large dry bag to hold...
Greetings, Need a large dry bag to hold an AED (defibrillator) & Med Kit. Do you think the 30L bag is sufficient?
The 30L bag should be plenty big enough for both.
Practical and Reliable
I purchased the 20L See Dry Bag prior to my recent Boundary Waters canoe trip because I wanted to keep certain items easily accessible while not exposing them to risk to potential water damage.
I ended up keeping some food, my walkie talkie, my DSLR camera, my Patagonia Nano Puff and few miscellaneous smaller items in the See Dry Bag and clipped into the canoe. It was easy to find what I was searching for and the bag didn't let any water in. On portages, I would simply open up my portage pack and slip this bag in.
Durable and dry
This bag is great, it survived a camping/rafting trip in the Alaskan backcountry and kept water out of the stuff I put inside. The plastic is thick and durable, and it's nice to see what you have in there. It is a thick bag, however, so if you have rigid stuff inside it can be hard to compact down and close. Worked great as a food container. It will develop condensation, but it dried out quickly when opened.
Good Day Bag
I used a 5L See Dry Bag from SealLine for the few things I wanted easy access to on a river trap. It's helpful to be able to see through the bag to find what you're after quickly. With the 5 L size I could fit my extra layers (midweight fleece and lightweight fleece vest) and sunblock. I'd highly recommend the 5L or 10L size for this purpose. The bag seems well made (and kept my stuff dry) though I would not call it the most durable dry bag out there by any means. This bag fit the bill for my "day bag" needs perfectly, and at a reasonable price.
It's solid, the top that you roll up to close it is a bit sticky, which is actually great for keeping out the water.
Best part: I can see all my stuff and it really is waterproof
Worst thing: The plastic is a little stiffer than other bags
Is it me, or are the sizes listed in the...
Is it me, or are the sizes listed in the specs reversed?
It has been corrected, basically it switched the inches with centimeters.