Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Lok-Sak: Passes The Home Drowning Test




I realize that professional divers and the U.S. Navy have tested the Lok-Sak to 100 feet for two weeks. (iPhone As Tactical GPS -- Keeping It Dry.

But when it comes to gear, I am one of those of little faith. So I decided to put it to my own modest test (Testing the aLoksak - Day 1). As the video shows, it easily survived 24 days under water ... on the kitchen window sill. The length of time on the video was wrong. I hadn't checked the exact number of days until now. Sorry. 24 days not 10. My Bad. iPhone sized Lok-Saks are $6.49 for 3.

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