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Multiple the volume of your bag in liters by 2.21 pounds. The answer is maximum weight. If your loaded bag exceeds this weight it will sink.
Shock Physicist
· October 13, 2021
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I've thrown my bag in the water to prove to myself that it floats (it does!!), but haven't intentionally kept in the water for a longer period of time. I would assume it continues to float as long as there are no holes. :-)
Anabel H.
· July 14, 2020
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It seems rather sturdy to me. I’ve used it in the Boundary Waters with no problems.
Amazon Customer
· July 22, 2019
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The large bag can hold many phones so I assume you mean in the included phone bag. for that I would say no - one phone in that bag. If however you picked up another waterproof phone case you could be more than one phone case in the pocket on the big bag.
Mark Hoffman
· January 14, 2021
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Sorry, Currently we only have a 5L white bag.
Piscifun
Seller · September 10, 2020
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A tag printed on the clear storage sleeve states that the 30L waterproof bag and the phone case I received are made in China.
Stroker Don
· May 10, 2021
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The dimensions of the 10L dry bag is 15*7.8inch and you can check it out from the picture. Hope it helps!
Piscifun
Seller · August 16, 2019
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Yes, it has 2 straps. Hope it helps!
Piscifun
Seller · March 6, 2019
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Not meaning to sound facetious, it floats by virtue of displacement. If the bag closure is rolled up properly, then water cannot enter the bag. So if the weight of the bag plus what you put in it is less than the weight of the water that could fill the bag (5 liters for the bag I have) plus the weight of the bag, then … see more Not meaning to sound facetious, it floats by virtue of displacement. If the bag closure is rolled up properly, then water cannot enter the bag. So if the weight of the bag plus what you put in it is less than the weight of the water that could fill the bag (5 liters for the bag I have) plus the weight of the bag, then the bag containing your items will float. On the other hand, if you fill the bag with lead weights, it will displace less water than the bag's volume by weight. In that case, it will sink like a rock. see less Not meaning to sound facetious, it floats by virtue of displacement. If the bag closure is rolled up properly, then water cannot enter the bag. So if the weight of the bag plus what you put in it is less than the weight of the water that could fill the bag (5 liters for the bag I have) plus the weight of the bag, then the bag containing your items will float. On the other hand, if you fill the bag with lead weights, it will displace less water than the bag's volume by weight. In that case, it will sink like a rock.
Shock Physicist
· October 2, 2021
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More things float than people expect. Most shoes float. Towels float until they become saturated at which time they still kind of float. I would say yes.....unless you are carrying sand
totaljim
· May 16, 2019