OtterBox 3000

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The OtterBox 3000 is a drybox designed to withstand submersions up to 100 feet! Waterproof, crushproof and airtight, this case provides protection for your GPS units, cell phones, gaming devices, satellite pocket mail units, handheld PCs and more! Waterproof box is crushproof and it floats.Protect valuables from the elements.Guaranteed to protect valuables to water depths of 100 feet.Great for water-tight storage of: GPS units, cell phones, digital cameras and satellite pocket mail units.Dimensions: (inches)Internal: L 7.884 - W 3.973 - D 1.547External: L 8.813 - W 5.175 - D 2.080All cases except clear are lined with 1/8 foam.

- Campmor

The OtterBox 3000 Dry Case is made with an ingenuity that only Otter can achieve. Waterproof, crushproof protection for your mid sized electronics or lots of little stuff. The OtterBox 3000 offers waterproof, crushproof and airtight, protection for GPS units, cell phones, gaming devices, satellite pocket mail units, handheld PCs and more! The OtterBox is a patented dry box designed to handle full submersions--up to 100 feet! A 1/8" foam lining pads the inside of the box giving added protection. A lanyard, strap loop and a padlock hole on the latch round out this outstanding dry box.

- Altrec Outdoors

Otter Box 3000 Series Features: Compact colorful carry-with-you boxes for cameras, cell phones, sunglasses and more. A crush proof design makes this the only personal watertight box that carries a lifetime guarantee. Size: (8 3/8 X 4 3/8 X 1 7/8 inches)

- Vargo Outdoors

OtterBox 3000

previously retailed for:
$16.95 - $22.95

The OtterBox 3000 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 9, 2013 at Campmor.

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