Precautions for electronic devices
Electronic devices are fragile and valuable. We recommend doubling up their protection by putting phones in waterproof pouches inside dry bags. Cameras can be put in a small dry bag (5L or 10L) placed inside a large dry bag (30L, 40L, 60L).
Ensure your bags are correctly closed and regularly check water resistance before your sessions using a paper towel.
DO NOT SWIM WITH THE BAG NEITHER IMMERSE IT UNDERWATER.
To ensure good water resistance:
1/ Carefully roll down the top of the bag 5 times, by tightening the folds across the thickness of the strap.
2/ Fasten the side buckles.
3/ Fasten the centre buckles.
Leave some air in the bag. The bag should appear inflated once closed: this makes it more watertight and allows it to float if dropped in the water.
Various eco-design innovations have allowed a 60% reduction in the CO2 impact of the 10L bag.
- The reduction in the number of manufacturing steps has a direct consequence on the decline in necessary resources (water and fuel).
- Using specific non-dyed textiles. The colour is put directly into the outer PVC layer. The dye is one of the most polluting textile processes, so avoiding this step makes it possible to save lots of CO2.
The 5L and 10L bags can be placed inside the 30L, 40L and 60L bags to double the waterproof protection of sensitive objects and to separate belongings.
Bag dimensions when full and closed:
Height: 43 cm
Diameter: 18 cm
Usable volume: 10 L
Weight when empty: 315 g
Main fabric 60% polyester, 40% thermoplastic polyurethane