The DryCASE actually vacuum seals portable electronics so when you are playing in and around water, your devices will be protected. And the DryBUDS are completely submersible headphones that sound great and can be used at depths up to 3 meters. Combine the two and now you can listen to music while swimming laps, paddle boarding or anytime that water might be an issue. Check out our review here.
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California Diver Magazine posted a review of our waterproof backpack at DEMA 2013
DRYCASE’s NEW BACKPACK: SUPERIOR DRYNESS LIES WITHIN:
DryCASE recently introduces their new DryCASE waterproof backpack! It’s a great addition to their line of “dry” products and is a durable and practical addition for boat and shore divers, beach goes, hikers and rafter and kayakers, bicyclists, photographers, and just about anyone who absolutely needs to keep their stuff clean and dry…
The DryCASE backpack features a two-way valve, so after packing it with all your gear, the valve can be opened and the pack squeezed to eliminate excess air and bulk.
For those wanting to use this a bit more creatively, the bag could be filled with water and the valve used for a shower, washing dishes, or cleaning up before dinner at camp.
Read the full review at http://californiadiver.com/dry-case-introduces-new-backpack-for-diving-and-other-outdoor-adventurers/.
DryCASE is a universal waterproof smartphone case that can be used up to 100 feet underwater! The best part about DryCASE is that it is crystal clear for shooting photos and videos while snorkeling or scuba diving. Don’t believe us?? Just take a look at this entire video of underwater footage shot through a DryCASE.
The DryCASE team finished packing the #manvan and are off to Orlando, Florida to exhibit at DEMA 2013!
DEMA, the Diving Equipment & Marketing Association, is an international organization dedicated to the promotion and growth of recreational scuba diving and snorkeling industry. This is THE industry show – there is no other event in the world that brings together the entire industry like DEMA show. Coast-to-coast and from around the world, the dive and travel industry will converge in Orlando November 6th – 9th.
DryCASE will be exhibiting at booth #2325 in the Image Resource Center! If you’re attending this year’s DEMA be sure to come check out our newest product, the DryCASE waterproof backpack. Exploring shipwrecks, ice diving with leopard seals or spearing giant yellowtails – do it all knowing you’ve got a pair of warm, dry gear to slip into once the voyage is over. The DryCASE Masonboro Backpack is 100% Waterproof and includes a main compartment capable of storing 30L and two way purge valve. The purge valve allows you to inflate or compress the pack, and even use it as a draining tool when used as a portable cooler.
See all DryCASE products this Wednesday at DEMA booth #2325!!!
DryCASE co-branding for Industrial Test Systems, Inc
DryCASE is brand new to the promotional industry but has achieved great success since it’s debut at ASI (Advertising Specialty Institute) 2012. Located on the coast of NC, DryCASE created a unique product designed to protect your phone, iPad or camera from water, while still allowing it to function normally when enclosed in the case.
In addition to being an effective advertising and branding tool, co-branding on DryCASE has a practice use. Recipients often keep items and the advertiser benefits from repeat exposure.
In July of 2013, DryCASE was recognized by ASI Publications for being the third fastest growing supplier, with a 300% increase between 2010 and and 2012.
Having a unique product certainty has helped drive growth in the industry, but that’s not the only factor. Customers looking to advertise on DryCASE receive free digital mock ups and a short 2 week turn around upon ordering.
Industrial Test Systems, Inc. chose DryCASE to give peace of mind to their customers in all water related markets. ITS is a leader of pool and spa testing, with wireless test results instantly, from Pool to Palm. Visit ITS at Pool Spa Patio Expo Booth #2832 and see how their customers are digging the DryCASE!
Our 3,000 Facebook Giveaway is underway!!!! If you want to win a DryCASE and one of our famous “We Specialize in Getting you Wet” T-Shirts then go to our Facebook page, LIKE IT then enter your name and e-mail address. Once we hit 3,000 Facebook Likes, we’ll choose a winner at Random.
No worries, people who have already liked our Facebook page are still eligible for the contest! All you have to do is enter your info and verify that you’ve LIKED us through the contest app. Entries are limited to one per day, per person. LIKING the page gets you one entry, submitting your name and e-mail gets you TWO.
You know it’s a bad day when meteorologist Jim Cantore and his Weather Channel crew show up. When hurricane warnings appear, squall lines and tornadoes threaten destruction, and blizzards bury whole towns, Cantore is the Weather Channel’s man on the scene. That means he always has his so-called mobile office packed, ready to go, and full of geek gadgets.
Popular Mechanics sat down the Jim to find out what this storm tracker can’t live without in the field.
KEEPING GADGETS DRY:
“Cantore’s cellphone is his lifeline, and he’s almost always in torrential downpours. He swears by DryCASE, which allows him to seal electronics in plastic, pump out excess air to create a vacuum pouch, and still plug in an earpiece and have full touchscreen functions. ”
Jim Cantore goes on to explain how he keeps everything charged in a disaster zone. “Mophie is my case, ” he says . “It’s essentially an extra battery pack in a protective case for you phone. When you can charge the case, it gives you 8 hours in addition to whatever you phone battery life is. When we are out there on the air, we are literally on the air for 14 hours or more at a time. I don’t have time to go charge my phone in the satellite truck. In Sandy I was in New York at a Hilton but there was no power, no a/c, no hot water. It was pretty much four days of not being able to charge your phone until you got to a generator.”
View Jim Cantore’s whole list of must have storm gear at www.popularmechanics.com
Dive Log:Designed to work either as your primary SCUBA diving logbook application or in conjunction with compatible 3rd party desktop logbook applications. You can use Dive Log as the dive site or on the dive boat to capture the information about the site while it is fresh in your mind (or your dive guide’s mind). You can even capture the GPS coordinates of the dive site using the built in location services of your iOS device. The dive buddy feature is fully integrated with Contacts on your iPhone or iPad, letting you capture information about your newest dive buddy or quickly add an existing buddy to a particular dive. See more in the iTunes Store.
Trimix Tools:Trimix blending and planning tools that can be used where you are and when you need them. You can uses these tools to plan your mixes prior to arriving at the dive shop or to fill your cylinder at the air station or on the boat. See more in the iTunes Store
Nitrox Tools: Enriched Air Nitrox blending and planning tool in your hand and available at a touch. You can use these tools at your air station to provide the information you need to fill a Nitrox tank from an exisiting mix (or empty). Dive planning tools provide your Equivalent Air Depth, PPO2 at your planned depth, Maximum & Contingency Operating Depth at various oxygen partial pressures and the “best mix” for a planned depth and oxygen pressure. See more in the iTunes Store.
DiveBuddy Pro:the Swiss army knife of scuba diving utilities for the iPhone/iPod touch. DiveBuddy includes a recreational Dive Planner with Nitrox, Dive Log with automatic recreational air and EANx calculations, Dive Site database with GPS and map support, Metric and US unites, Nitrox Maximum operating depth calculations and Nitrox Best blend calculator for any given depth. See more in the iTunes Store.
Dive Locator: the premium dive site and dive conditions iPhone application for divers to share their information with each other. Dive Locator grows as divers share dive locations and experiences! Fellow divers can then benefit from each others experiences from around the world! See more in the iTunes Store.
The Weekend Warrior put the DryCASE Waterproof Backpack to the test! Here’s a portion of the review. The full story is available at justintheweekendwarrior.com
“I just dropped the backpack in the water and it started to float downstream. After I went an retrieved it, I had to see how waterproof this thing was. I fully submerged the backpack in the brownish/red river water and didn’t see any bubbles come up.
That’s always a good sign!
I did this a couple more times and it was finally time to see how everything panned out. I unrolled the top of the backpack and everything was dry. I did notice that some water was trying to seep in through some spaces in the roll-top, but that’s to be expected.
After all was said in done, here are my thoughts:
Padded shoulder straps and hip belt
Marine grade waterproof vinyl
Have you ever noticed that most backpack companies seem to incorporate comfort into their designs? I always hate wearing a backpack with nice shoulder straps, but just a strap for a hip belt. Everything on this backpack is padded, providing you with all the comfort you need for a long day on the trail, at the beach, or on the water. To help push air out of the backpack, the folks at Dry Case use an air valve at the bottom of the backpack. Once I secure the top, I even like to squeeze out a little air, so the backpack isn’t so bulky.
The main compartment is enormous, I mean I fit two beach towels, water bottles, electronics, and snacks in there with about another 15 litters of space. You can rest assured that you’ll get everything in there that you want. Say you want to go kayaking and need to strap this baby down. You’ll find that it’s easy to secure with the D-rings that are on the hip belt and top handle.”
Outside Online found 7 backpacking essentials under $7 dollars to fill your DryCASE waterproof backpack. Hiking smart shouldn’t break the bank – pack your way to a lighter load with these 7 multi-use backpacking essentials.
Bandanna: You can use a bandanna as a water sifter is a silty puddle is your only water source. It also works as a basic breathing mask if you find yourself in a orest fire. And tied correctly, it makes a tidy makeshift bag. And because cotton is absorbent and heartier than gauze you can use a bandana for bandaging and splinting.
Paracord: P-cord is an essential piece of gear for any pack. With paracord you can create the roof of a shelter, hang your food, or repair your pack or other gear while out in the field. If you want to get super – Les Stroud about it, you can also use paracord to build a trap for small animals.
Old Peanut Butter Jar: It’s water-tight, lighter than a Nalgene (runner-up for this suggestion), and essentially free (if you were planning on eating the peanut butter anyway). On top of being a good place to put your first-aid kit, it can be used as a water container in a pinch. And if you surround it with a yard or so of duct tape, you have a multi-use piece of gear wrapped around a multi-use piece of gear in a hyper-efficient space. Whoa.
Duct Tape: It’s common knowledge that duct tape has approximately 1 million potential uses.
Vaseline-Soaked Cotton Balls: Vaseline is made from petroleum, which is extremely flammable. Soaked in cotton, Vaseline will burn for long enough to build a fire if you can get a spark on it. You can also use the Vaseline as a salve for wounds or chapped lips, and as a lubricant for sticky zippers.
Iodine Tablets: Treating water with iodine can prevent all kinds of terrifying water-borne maladies, on top of making your water taste like it came from an outdoor hose. Iodine can also be mixed to make a sterilizing solution for wounds. In a Ziploc bag, mix iodine with water to a solution the color of iced tea. Then cut off the corner of the bag and shoot that sterilizing solution into a wound to irrigate it.
Toilet Paper: By its very nature, toilet paper is multi-use. On top of being a necessity in every pack for the obvious reason, dry toilet paper is a fine fire starter, and you can string it over a branch as a trail marker. Afford yourself the luxury of plenty of TP when packing. It takes up no space, is awful to run out of, and someone almost always forgets to pack his or her own.