Waterproof Keymaster Case - front
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waterproof wallet (the ‘Keymaster’)

$21.95

A small waterproof bag for protecting small but vital essentials.

Take your car electronic key, cash and credit cards out on the water with you!

as seen in Wanderlust magazine

(code 608)

Product Description

Ventolin asthma inhaler fits Aquapac Keymaster case
ideal for protecting your asthma inhaler too

This is a submersible waterproof pouch which is perfect for protecting the essential items you can’t leave safely.

Hotel room keys, car keys and cash are all safe, and the case is so small that it fits in a pocket or inside a wetsuit.

Key Features

  • Guaranteed waterproof to 165ft/50m
  • Use all buttons and switches through the case
  • A perfect fit for Asthma inhalers
  • Also protects from dust, dirt and sand.
  • Like most of our cases it’ll float if you drop it in the drink.
  • The seams are high-frequency welded to form a super-strong bond.
  • The Aquaclip® (a patented, ultra-secure, rustproof, injection-molded plastic seal) opens and closes with a simple twist of two levers, and everything stays in one piece even when open.

What size do I need?
This case fits keys, cards, very small phones and cash/money.
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How waterproof is it?
IPX8 waterproofness icon
Submersible – protected against continuous immersion to a depth of 165ft/50m

PVC-FreeColor
Cool gray with acid green lanyard

Materials
300mu UV-resistant TPU

Weight
Case: 0.8oz / 24g   Lanyard: 0.2oz / 7g

Country of Origin
Made in the UK.

You can also buy this case on:

Amazon.com logo

(code 608)

Additional Information

Care Intructions

Warning

Our warranty covers this Aquapac only, and not any items you may put inside it. We recommend that you insure the contents separately.

Waterproofness
Our range has been independently tested to international waterproofing standards. However, the waterproofness of your Aquapac depends on your closing and opening it carefully, and on it not being damaged either before or during use. Please follow all instructions carefully.

Before Every Use
Seal something worthless inside, then submerge in a basin to check the waterproofness.

Closing the Case
Make sure that all parts are properly attached. Wipe away any grit or sand, which could hamper the seal. Always turn the levers as far as they will go. They should lock smoothly, if not there may be something impeding the seal.

Opening the Case
Never open your Aquapac in or under water. In order to stop any water getting in when you are opening it, first shake off any water then dry with a towel. Hold the case with the opening at the bottom as you open it.

Ongoing Care
Our materials are strong but can still be punctured. Avoid sharp or abrasive objects and protect from impacts. After regular contact with chlorinated or salt water, or with sun creams, wash in soapy water and then rinse with fresh water. Do not use bleach, alcohol or proprietary cleaners.

Materials
Aquapacs are made from a variety of materials, mostly plastics which make them rustproof. These include TPU, ABS, nylon and polypropylene.

Extreme Temperatures
Although the case material has been UV-stabilized – which means that the plastic shouldn’t be discoloured or broken down by sunlight – the Aquapac won’t protect anything inside it from heat or sunlight. The soft case material is functional and flexible in air temperatures -40ºC to +60ºC (-40ºF to +140ºF), and water temperatures up to +40ºC (+100ºF).

Humidity and Condensation
In humid climates there will be moisture in the air sealed inside the case. Desiccant sachets will absorb the moisture, keeping the contents completely dry. We recommend use of desiccant sachets in all Aquapacs in humid climates. You can purchase spare sachets – see Accessories.

Warning
This is not a toy. It may contain small parts which may be a choking hazard to children under 3. Keep small parts away from children.

Tips for Taking Good Photographs
If you follow a few guidelines there’s no reason why anyone should notice that your photos were taken through a case. It’s a bit like taking a photograph through your window at home. First of all the window needs to be as clean as possible. Even with a clean window you may notice some reflection, but the closer you hold the camera lens to the window, the less the reflection. Similarly our cases give best results with the lens window tight against the camera lens. Try to avoid flash photography but if you do need to use the flash, make sure that the case is tight over the flash so the light doesn’t reflect back into the lens.

Underwater Photography
It takes a bit of practice – and a little luck – to get really good underwater photos. Please don’t think that every shot you take is going to make the cover of SportDiver magazine! You need strong sunshine and clear water. The middle of the day is best, when the sun’s at its highest. Best results will be just below the surface. Light disappears quickly as you go deeper, as do colours (one of the advantages of digital cameras is that you can retouch your photos afterwards to replace colours lost underwater). Flash rarely works underwater. Not because of the Aquapac, but because the flash tends to reflect off particles in the water itself. Even clean water is full of micro-organisms and other particles. The less water between you and your subject, the less difference this will make and therefore the clearer your shots are likely to be. Wide lens and close up is the secret.

Reviews

  1. :

    I love the key bag that I bought. Great Product.

  2. :

    I love your product and always share my knowledge of it with the people I teach paddling to.

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