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Dry Pak won’t let your valuables hit bottom

  • DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM
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Lightweight, secure and it floats. What more can you ask from a waterproof wallet, especially when there’s no safe place to stash your car key on the beach before going out to paddle?

Consider a Dry Pak "Alligator" Wallet. It comes with a removable, adjustable neck lanyard, has a blue alligator embossed vinyl front with a clear back and a yellow sealing clip for high visibility.

With an airtight, waterproof seal, it’s guaranteed submersible up to 15 feet and will float if dropped in the water.

The case is 4 inches by 4 inches and will keep IDs, cash, keys and small phones dry and secure.

Available for $17 at Hawaiian Island Creations or online for $16 (before shipping) at waterproofcases.net. A little pricey but worth the peace of mind.

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