Outdoor Research SeaVault Capsule
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Innovatively designed to withstand submersion for up to 30 minutes at a depth of 1 meter, Outdoor Research SeaVaults can protect even vulnerable electronic gear from water damage. And with fully adjustable padding, even the most unusually shaped gear can be secured into the SeaVault Capsule for protection from jarring movement. Store sensitive gear confidently in these water-tight units. Great for GPS, camera, cell phone, iPod, point-and-shoot camera, etc.
This capsule from Outdoor Research is ideal for storing your GPS, camera, cell phone, point-and-shoot camera, etc. It is innovatively designed to withstand submersion for up to 30 minutes at a depth of 1 meter. Fully adjustable padding, even the most unusually shaped gear can be secured for protection from jarring movement. Durable, waterproof nylon fabric with TPU lamination. Radio frequency welded seams for waterproofness. Screw-top closure creates waterproof seal. Screw-top closure tether attachment. Foam lining protects contents. Removable foam lining for easy compressibility. Additional foam protection dividers for adjustable compartmentalization. Webbing handles. Internal mesh pocket.
- Appalachian Outdoors
Outdoor Research welded the seams of the SeaVault Capsules waterproof nylon shell with radio frequencies. Were not exactly sure how that works, but it sounds bombproof as hell. This screw-top, watertight storage capsule protects your hydro-sensitive gear like camera equipment or electronics from damaging moisture, and its EVA foam lining guards against impact. Additional foam dividers organize small items, and side grab handles let you haul or lash the capsule.
Chances are that when you're heading out on your kayak, canoe, or raft, you're going to get soaked. With the SeaVault Capsule from Outdoor Research, that doesn't mean your camera and other electronics need swimming lessons. The SeaVault Capsule is designed to withstand submersion for up to 30 minutes at a depth of 1 meter, so your vulnerable electronics won't be compromised.
- Mountain Gear