How to keep money dry while swimming has always been a problem for anybody who loves water sports. Even though many activity centers and beaches will have facilities to store your valuables what to do if you don’t want to intrust all your holiday cash and cards to total strangers and an unknown system.
Fortunately there are cheap options for keeping everything safe, dry and most importantly with you at all times whatever water sports you enjoy. Completely waterproof and durable plastic wallets that come in a variety of sizes, smaller types to protect cash, cards and jewellery and larger wallets to keep personal electronic devices and many other items safe and dry all in one highly visible package.
Kwik Tek Dry Pak Alligator Wallet
A value dry pak bag measuring 4 inches by 4 inches, this wallet is ideal for small items and will hold cash, cards and even pagers.
The adjustable neck cord gives total control over how the wallet is worn and its bright print colors make it easy to spot in the water.
Kwik Tek Universal Dry Pak Case
This dry pak is multipurpose and at 4 inches X 6 inches is big enough to take an iPhone easily as well as other mobile phones and personal electronics of similar size.
A clear front cover gives you the ability to use the phone while it is sealed safely away from water damage although the colored back panel does interfere with any phone camera.
The addition of a lightweight spring hook gives a more secure method of fixing the wallet to you or your pack and is a nice little touch from this manufacturer.
Dry Pak Multi-Purpose Waterproof Nylon Case
If you have a lot of equipment to keep safe from water damage then this super size dry pak wallet is big enough to take a variety of items.
With dimensions of 4 x 16 x 12 inches it looks more like a bag than a wallet but as we are increasingly carrying more personal media devices.
Give Yourself a Sense of Security
Before using any of these waterproof pouches please read the instructions so you know exactly what each one is capable of. As with products that are going to be totally submerged in water, there are limits to how deep you can use them.
Staying within the giving ratings will make things go much smoother.
If your anything like me (its possible), trying this sort of product out at home first with a dummy item is a good way of making sure they do want you want them to.