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The "Water Safe" by Nature Vision

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The more equipment and technology we bring into the field, the more we see situations where this valuable equipment will get messed up.

Water and electronics seldom mix well, one splash, and your often out a few hundred bucks, or more.

I have to recommend a product that I am using and finding a real pocket book saver. It is the "Water Safe" Cell-phone, GPS, and personal item water proof security system.

This water-proof and float-able system keeps your stuff out of harms way. They have a layered water seal system that opens easy and closes as easy yet will keep that delicate stuff from shorting or sinking into the waters you love to fish.

The "Water Safe" by Nature Vision is a product of the good folks at Nature Vision, more widely known as Aqua Vision. These folks know water, and waterproofing of equipment.
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Get this, Cell phones function well while inside this case too. Just tap the numbers and talk, no need to take it out in the rain. Same-same with your GPS, keeps it warm and dry, always a good plan.

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The Water Safe coast about $10 US funds. Very cheap insurance against loss or damage of that valuable gear in the field.

Very cool, and better yet, useful.

Ed "Backwater Eddy" Carlson

Backwater Guiding "ED on the RED"

[This message has been edited by Backwater Eddy (edited 06-02-2003).]

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