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Survivor Dry Box

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Brand:
MTM Case-Gard
Model:
Survivor Dry Box S1072
MSRP ($):
10.00

When faced with adversity, rarely are you given a second chance. You rely on experience to get to your destination and the right gear to get it done. With its water resistant O-Ring seal, built-in compass and signaling mirror, MTM Survivor boxes are designed for extreme environments. Water and weather resistant, they can be used to carry all types of personal and safety items such as medicines, first aid kits, flash lights, flares, ammo, wallets, snacks, rain gear, maps etc. Don't be caught without one—it is your survival kit. Features: built-in compass, signaling mirror, water resistant, tongue and groove O-ring design, triple latched for best possible seal, lockable, rugged construction, floats. Stock # Dimensions S1072- 9.8" x 6.8" x 3.0" (Outside Dim.) 8.2" x 5.0" x 2.6" (Inside Dim.) Color(s): Forest Green (11), Orange (35)

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Good multi-use dry box

I stumbled upon these at the local home improvement center (Menards). They had them marked down to $6 so I bought a bunch figuring I'd find some use for them. I got the orange ones so I don't lose them. Ultimately I fashioned one into a battery box/depth finder mount that has worked out really well for me. It's ultra-portable so I can easily carry the depth finder from boat to boat, requiring only a ram ball to mount the transducer arm. I've posted my depth finder mount up on the forums as has another member (who did a far better job than me). Great little multi-purpose dry box for the kayak.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
Used:
30+ times

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Size, price
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