Seattle Sports E-Merse Submersible Electronics Case

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Bring your iPad, Xoom, or other 9 inch tablet to the beach, boat, or backcountry without worrying about sand, dirt, or water damaging your investment. The padded E-Merse tablet case features double seal protection and welded seams to keep the contents clean and dry. PVC-free urethane construction is puncture resistant and stays flexible in cold weather and includes a clear front window, allowing operation and use of the E-tablet within. Padded back helps cushion tablet. Waterproof protection for iPad, Xoom, or other 9 inch tabletsQuick and easy double seal closure locks out sand and water by utilizing a heavy duty zip and a sliding bar clamp style clip.Padded back provides extra protection for light impactsUrethane construction is puncture resistant and flexibleOperate tablet through clear front windowBreakaway lanyard and comfortable carry handle keeps your device close at hand.PVC-free construction

- Campmor

On Sale. Seattle Sports E-Merse (Spring 2010) The Seattle Sports E-Merse Electronics Case safely protects a cell phone, iPod, digital camera or other small electronic from water damage during endeavors on the water. This Seattle Sports case in made with a tough polyurethane body and features two built-in windows for viewing screens, a simple slide-lock seal for secure closure, and when properly closed is submersible up to 10 feet in water for maximum protection. SPECIFICATIONS of the E-Merse Submersible Electronics Case by Seattle Sports Height: 7.5 Width: 4 Weight: 4 oz

- Moosejaw

Seattle Sports E-Merse Submersible Electronics Case

previously retailed for:
$9.99 - $24.99

The Seattle Sports E-Merse Submersible Electronics Case is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 13, 2015 at SunnySports.

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