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PLANO 1470 GS WATERPROOF CASE

Model # 11520020Mfg # 1470-00

Reg. $47.99

Save $9.60

$38.39

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Product Description

Airtight and leakproof storage, strong poly-carbonate structure and soft rubber lining prevents your valuables from sliding around.

  • Additional layer of soft rubber is used to conceal the contents of the interior
  • Padlock tabs for secure storage
  • Patent pending latch with pressure release
  • Exterior dimensions: 14" L x 9" W x 5" H
  • Interior dimensions: 12" L x 7" W x 4.625" H

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Plano 1470 GS WATERPROOF CASE
 
4.5

(based on 2 reviews)

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4.0

good box

By Scottys Tubes N Hoses

from Tallahassee Florida

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Handle
  • large and water tight

Cons

  • seal falls out when open

Best Uses

  • It's a good wet box

Comments about Plano 1470 GS WATERPROOF CASE:

I got it when it was 20% off. Other wise lill costly but it is a large box. Holds pistol wallet couple phones etc.

  • Was this a gift?:
  • No
 
5.0

Exactly what I expected

By MDM

from Central Florida

About Me Beginner

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Handle
  • Easy To Store
  • Spacious
  • Strong
  • Water Tight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • All Boating
    • Deep Water
    • Fresh Water
    • Salt Water
    • Shore Casting

    Comments about Plano 1470 GS WATERPROOF CASE:

    My family uses this to get and hold all electronics getting on to - and off of - our boat. No problems with dropping keys in the water, losing a cell phone or other expensive electronics. A key with a remote for your car is probably ~$300 to replace. This box eliminated that threat for my family. We put everything in the box before boarding. We carry the box onto the boat (and keep it sealed all the time). We do the reverse when we get to the dock to trailer the boat.

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