I’ve used SealLine drybags for years on canoe trips with my brother in Northern Ontario. They are strong, simple, and virtually indestructible, and, thanks to lots of hard-travelin’ in the bush, I’ve become a total fan. Now SealLine’s intro’d an Apple-specific case for the iPhone that seems to share the same attributes as its drybags. Indeed, the video for the case states that while your iPhone remains fully touchscreen functional when it’s sealed inside, it also remains totally impervious to water, sweat, and pretty much everything else. “The only limit is how hard you’re willing to push it,” promise the folks at SealLine. Good for wilderness canoe trips? Oh yeah. But this new case looks like a winner for boaters as well. Cases are also available for iPods and iPads. All come with a waterproof jack fitting.
The Trident 620 from Outer Reef takes much of what this proven builder has learned from its classic line and puts that wisdom to work in a sprightly semidisplacement hull with pod propulsion and a striking profile.
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