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REI Waterproof Lightweight Dry Sack

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Make & Model

Brand:
REI
Model:
Lightweight Dry Sack
MSRP ($):
14.50

Waterproof ripstop nylon fabric, welded seams and a roll/buckle closure make it watertight; roll top must be closed correctly (rolled 3 times and buckled) to keep contents dry Electronics should be double-bagged for greater protection from water The REI Waterproof Lightweight Dry Sack is not intended for paddling or boating; avoid sharp objects and submersion Imported.

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Not for the kayak

I bought a 5L version of this as a dry bag for use in my motorcycle tank bag. For that it works great. The bag is so thin it hardly takes up any space. I'd also be comfortable using this camping to keep things dry. I would not; however, use this in the kayak for 2 reasons. (1) I don't think it would remain waterproof very long if submerged, and in fact REI says it's not for kayaking. (2) Not as durable (hook proof) material as my Sea to Summit Big River dry bag.

So, used for it's intended purpose this bag is great but don't be mistaken. This bag shouldn't be used in the kayak.

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

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Very light & thin
Cons:
Not for the kayak
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