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Maybe you can call Amazon and tell them that you want to buy the dryer bag with two scraps instead of one
Perry pace
· March 15, 2019
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The size of the 10L dry bag is about 15*7.8inch. Hope it helps!
Piscifun
Seller · July 2, 2019
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The size of 20L is 17.5inch * 9.5inch and the size of 30L is 17.7inch * 9.8inch. Hope it helps!
Piscifun
Seller · March 4, 2019
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The answer is yes they do. I live in Florida but a good friend has one in Wisconsin that he uses while ice fishing.
Capt Scott Taylor
· January 20, 2019
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It really depends on how you transport it. The straps and buckles, etc are not designed for weight, if you loaded it with gold bars it would hurt to sling it against your shoulders and could damage the clips and seams. If you packed it in place it would be fine. How much weight do you really want to put into a boat,… see more It really depends on how you transport it. The straps and buckles, etc are not designed for weight, if you loaded it with gold bars it would hurt to sling it against your shoulders and could damage the clips and seams. If you packed it in place it would be fine. How much weight do you really want to put into a boat, kayak or carry on the water? A laptop or two and chargers would be fine. see less It really depends on how you transport it. The straps and buckles, etc are not designed for weight, if you loaded it with gold bars it would hurt to sling it against your shoulders and could damage the clips and seams. If you packed it in place it would be fine. How much weight do you really want to put into a boat, kayak or carry on the water? A laptop or two and chargers would be fine.
Daniel M.
· September 13, 2019
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Yeas it will be a little tight but I usually put the sandals on the outside in the draw string so I don't get the clothes dirty
KLM
· January 26, 2020
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It is Not recommended to submerge the bag. It'll float and can get wet, but no. Not submergable. Some say to put valuables inside a small waterproof bag to put in the waterproof backpack as added protection. Especially if you're going to the ocean to go swimming, kayaking, boating, etc.. Hopefully, this has been helpfu… see more It is Not recommended to submerge the bag. It'll float and can get wet, but no. Not submergable. Some say to put valuables inside a small waterproof bag to put in the waterproof backpack as added protection. Especially if you're going to the ocean to go swimming, kayaking, boating, etc.. Hopefully, this has been helpful for you. ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ‘ see less It is Not recommended to submerge the bag. It'll float and can get wet, but no. Not submergable. Some say to put valuables inside a small waterproof bag to put in the waterproof backpack as added protection. Especially if you're going to the ocean to go swimming, kayaking, boating, etc.. Hopefully, this has been helpful for you. ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ‘
Robert
· March 7, 2019
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The bag is made of 500 pvc meterial, and it has tough extra wide thermo welded seal process. For any urgent question, please try to contact through your order, and you will get a reply within 24 hours. :)
Piscifun
Seller · October 19, 2021
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The business address on their website is Beijing. So presumably manufacturing is in China. FWIW we have three of these bags because they are good quality items.
Anabel H.
· April 5, 2021
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I would say push all the excess air out of the bag and then fold it 2-3 times over tightly. This should be secure
Jason Rinehart
· August 23, 2019