• Outdoor Research - Sensor Dry Pocket Premium - Large - Lemongrass
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Outdoor Research Sensor Dry Pocket Premium - Large

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    Tech Specs

    100% nylon ripstop (70D), TPU coating, EVA foam
    8.1 x 4.5 in
    Recommended Use:
    hiking & camping, paddling, travel
    Manufacturer Warranty:

    Day saver.

    You've been planning your multi-day canoe/hike adventure since there was four feet of snow on the ground and no one was talking about summer, and now it's finally here. You've put the work in, so don't forget the little stuff. Tuck your phone into the Outdoor Research Large Sensor Dry Pocket Premium before you push off to make sure a quick mishap doesn't spell the end of your phone forever. With its TPU-coated nylon ripstop construction, the Sensor Dry will seal out summer rainstorms and full submersion in murky lakes, and an added layer of EVA foam will keep it afloat for easy location. Best of all, the clear back panel and touchscreen-compatible front panel give you full access to your camera, so you can capture every moment of your well-earned trip.

    • A submerged phone won't ruin your day with this dry bag
    • Fully waterproof construction handles rain or full dunks
    • EVA foam keeps phone afloat for easy location
    • Clear back panel preserves use of your camera
    • Accommodates iPhone 6 Plus and Samsung Note 3 & 4

    It works... kind of

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    So I took this on a recent trip to Mexico where I could test it out. It kept the water out which was great and when I was just hanging out on the beach I could easily use my phone through the cover and it kept the sand out! If for nothing else that ended up being my main use for it and I will be forever thankful.
    When trying to use my phone underwater though and while snorkeling - uhh not so hot. The bag would fill up with air making it hard to see the screen and it would not respond to my finger touch and then the bag build up pressure inside and end up thinking I was touching it when I wasn’t.
    So it’s a great beach and boat bag to keep my phone safe and still useable but not an underwater bag with great use.

    Very functional

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Purchased for stand-up paddle boarding. I did not put much research into this or similar products. Since I've had good experiences with most OR products I just went for it.
    Its a little big for my moto phone, but works for what I need it to do (strava). The headphone jack was a cool bonus.
    Its easy to work the phone screen through the dry bag, but reading the screen is nearly impossible in sunlight (thus four stars), so its sort of a mute point since I can't really see the screen. Otherwise touch sensitivity is very good.

    nice case

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Excited to find a case that floats and includes a waterproof headphone jack. Got this case to use while kayaking but it would also attach to a bike if you want to have a map out while the weather is a little dicey. Fits my Motorola smartphone with the case still on.

    Waterproof Headphone Jack!!!


      Waterproof Headphone Jack!!!

      Thanks for the photo!
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      Thanks for the photo!
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      A Sense of Security

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This is an awesome dry bag, that keeps your phone completely dry and also allows you to still use the touch screen. I was floating a river for about four hours and did not have to worry about my phone once. My Nexus 5x fits easily into this and the zip and roll closure system secures the phone inside. A must-have for those that spend alot of time on or near water.