The picture above shows the vast interior of my new H2Zero Omni-Drybag. I already have a small drybag just big enough for the camera and a really cool dry case for my cell phone, but I was lacking a big, all encompassing drybag for extra towels, camera, lunch, etc.
I ordered the H2Zero bag to fill that equipment gap.
Aboard our 19 foot, very wet, Carolina Skiff, we have used boat bags that close with a zipper, but before long the zippers are corroded, or off track and the bag is no longer water tight.
What's nice about this H2Zero bag is it's simplicity. There are no zippers to break or corrode, Plus, getting in and out of it is quick and easy.
You just stuff your goodies in the sack.
Here I am dropping my prized JEEP wallet into the H2Zero bag.
After your goodies are in there, you just fold the top over 3 times and snap the click catch. At that point, you are water tight. This bag is holding some snacks, two beach towels, a couple of extra T-shirts, a wallet, 2 cell phones, and a camera bag with room to spare.
Since this was the bag's shake down cruise, the question was ... would it truly keep our stuff dry?
On our snorkeling canoe trip to Hagen's Cove, we launched under cloudy skies and a light rain. Later the skies cleared and we were in and out of the canoe, dripping and splashing. After a while of this, the H2Zero bag was sitting in a puddle of water, but all of our gear stayed nice and dry.
Like my BubbaKeg insulated mug, my Sony DSC-H5 camera, and my beloved JEEP, I'm going on the record as a fan of H2Zero dry bags.
I got mine from Outer Sports athletic apparel and equipment. They've got lots of cool sports stuff ... everything from rock climbing gear to golf apparel.This H2Zero bag will be going with me on lots of future paddling excursions.
Tomorrow, with a little luck, I should have some horseshoe crab video posted ... including a case of limulus interruptus ...stay tuned.