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Promoted 08-24-2016 by Discombobulated at 05:10 AM View Original Post
Leader Accessories via Amazon.com has select Leader Accessories New Waterproof & Compression Dry Sack Bag (various colors/sizes) on sale from $4.19 after promo code GQ78ZQQC (apply at checkout). Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more. Thanks CafeKitKat

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Edited August 23, 2016 at 05:53 PM by cricket702
Leader Accessories [amazon.com]via Amazon has Waterproof & Compression Lightweight Dry Sacks on sale from $4.19 after 40% off promotional code GQ78ZQQC

Discount is available in various colors and sizes as well (2-20L)
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Hey folks. As someone who's logged dozens of overnight canoe/kayak/backpack trips I felt like I could add a few tips and thoughts to help out anyone trying to decide whether or not this is a good buy. I've used SeaLine, Sea to Summit, Granite Gear, Outdoor Products, etc etc etc.

There are more than one type of "dry" bag. I own a couple sets of really really sturdy bags. I've tossed them around, exposed them to -30 weather, swam with them, hauled them around on pulks (sleds to pull gear in the winter) and have even used them for flotation. THESE AREN'T THOSE BAGS. That said, they're not meant to be. They specifically say "lightweight" and not "heavy duty".

These are the kind of bags that you buy a few of and use to pack in a backpack, or to hang food in a tree, or to use as garbage bags, etc. Bags that probably won't see a lot of water, that shouldn't get submerged, that won't get super beat up, but that won't cause you tears if they get destroyed. They aren't the bags if you want 1000% peace of mind. If you want to keep some clothes dry in a portage pack though, use these. If you're hiking with a backpack and don't want your wallet, novel and hammock to get soaked if it starts pouring, this is what you want.

There's a reason sandwich bags, freezer bags and tupperware all exist...but that doesn't mean one's better than the other - just that they have different uses at different price points.

FWIW - Sea to Summit "Big River Dry Bags" [amazon.com]are my freezer bags and Outdoor Products dry boxes [amazon.com] are my tupperware. I know there are others, but these have worked for the past 10 years for me without so much as one failure.

I bought a full set of these Leader Brand bags because it's a good deal. Not because they are the best product available. I would never put an expensive DSLR in one of these and carry it open on a kayak. However, I would definitely spend a few bucks for the piece of mind in knowing that 99.99% of the time my socks and toilet paper are going to arrive at the campsite dry. Key word: few bucks.
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Think of a 2L bottle of soda. Should be plenty.

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Picked up a couple to check them out. Good price for a 4L and 8L to add to the collection.
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These waterproof bags are legit. Came in handy while we rafted in Costa Rica. Our bag kept my spare clothes, iPhone and wallet completely dry.
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I picked up a 4L, been waiting for one of these to go on sale again. I did check for previous post and saw this link below, but it didn't really add any comment value. However some comments seemed to like the product & noted that it is water repellent & will keep things dry but not if the bag is submerged under water for long (which make sense).

http://slickdeals.net/e/8313493-leader-accessories-waterproof-compression-dry-sack-various-sizes-colors-from-3-50?#comments
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Worth a try. Needed something for commuting and camping. Thanks OP.
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Thanks.
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What are people using these for?
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commuting apparently..
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Thanks for the code.
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would the 2L size be suitable for a couple cell phones and car keys to hold while we go tubing?
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would the 2L size be suitable for a couple cell phones and car keys to hold while we go tubing?
2L would be more than enough, could probably fit a small towel and maybe a t-shirt too.
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whats the main use of this?
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I just use zip lock bags
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only a couple bucks off,,,
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