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Dry Doc Digi 02 Case

$14.99

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Model # 12439238 | Mfg # 048895
The Digi 02 is a water- and dust-proof Dry Doc case sized for iPhones in their protective cases, larger smartphones and digital cameras. Made with a thick, eco-friendly, PVC-free film that is super puncture-proof to protect your phone from abuse, yet allows you to listen, talk and work right through the case. A positive-snap, Ziploc®-type closure easily seals off sensitive electronics from the elements. Includes a handy lanyard and the PakBand™ lashing system for quick, convenient mounting to packs, bikes, belts and more. Internal dimensions: 3 1/2"W x 5 1/4"L. Weight: 1.1oz.

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Seattle Sports Dry Doc Digi 02 Case
 
2.5

(based on 2 reviews)

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3.0

OK with some reservations.

By Chuck

from Alameda, CA

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Good Capacity
  • Strong Material

Cons

  • Bulky

Best Uses

  • Sailing

Comments about Seattle Sports Dry Doc Digi 02 Case:

I sometimes have trouble closing the pouch, and it has come unsealed at times.

  • Was this a gift?:
  • No
 
2.0

Not good for sailing apps on smart phone, okay for ???

By scott54

from Southern California

Verified Buyer

Pros

    Cons

    • Easy to steal
    • Soft plastic

    Best Uses

    • Not smart phone

    Comments about Seattle Sports Dry Doc Digi 02 Case:

    I bought if for using sailing apps. I only used it once. The soft plastic scuffs easily. With the scuffing it would still be okay for use as a phone, but I don't think it would do well with apps that had small features. Pictures would be compromised by the scuffing. An iPhone 5c with an Otter Box Commuter case will not fit in it. The lashing is made for "attachment to backpacks, bikes and more.", not your belt. If it must be attached to something other than you, I'm not sure what it is good for. Leave it on your backpack or bike, and your $400 phone will probably be gone pretty soon. You could put it on a lanyard.

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    • No

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