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IPX8 rating offers complete waterproof protection in a wide range of environments. Keep your phone dry in up to 32 ft of water and shield against mud, dust, or even snow. Crystal-clear, ultra-sensitive TPU offers seamless use of your phone's touchscreen and camera—even underwater. Designed to hold smartphones measuring up to 7.2 inches. Remove the phone case for a better fit.
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So funny that both links r to amazon but one is blocked 🤔 . Coincidentally I bought the one you linked 3 days ago as we went kayaking this morning . They worked great !!! 2 pack for 6.79 right now
Most phones, including flagships from Apple [apple.com] or Samsung [samsung.com], are only claimed to be water resistant, NOT waterproof. Look up the IP rating of your phone to understand the many limitations of water resistance and you'll probably feel discouraged from ever wanting to intentionally get your phone wet, especially because manufacturers are generally unwilling to cover any water damage under warranty.

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Ok I found some reviews of this product on the Anker website - 130+ reviews with over 4 stars.
https://www.anker.com/ca/products...e/A7095011

I inevitably went with a cheaper 2-pack off of Amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...UTF8&psc=1
ok link doesn't work but they are the urlhasbeenblocked 097 universal waterproof cases.

These are two very different cases, the Anker has a much more protective look. The urlhasbeenblocked 097 Universal Waterproof case are going to be good for our needs for use on a beach, but if you were traveling to a water park or kayaking you might consider buying up to the Anker.
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Ok I found some reviews of this product on the Anker website - 130+ reviews with over 4 stars.
https://www.anker.com/ca/products...e/A7095011

I inevitably went with a cheaper 2-pack off of Amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/urlhasbeen...B01I1430WQ

These are two very different cases, the Anker has a much more protective look. The mpows are going to be good for our needs for use on a beach, but if you were traveling to a water park or kayaking I might recommend buying up to the Anker.
Hahah slickdeals blocked your link

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So funny that both links r to amazon but one is blocked 🤔 . Coincidentally I bought the one you linked 3 days ago as we went kayaking this morning . They worked great !!! 2 pack for 6.79 right now
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Aren't the new phones waterproof by default ? What's the point of this if you casually use your phone in the pool and the phone get submerged partially in water ?
Good q Tarzan, and they probably all ought to be waterproof at this point - the Pixel 3a is a newer phone that is not waterproof.

I can confirm my brother dropped his pixel 3a in the water and it stopped functioning. He also dropped a waterproof galaxy into the river and despite it being waterproof it was still lost to the river.
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Aren't the new phones waterproof by default ? What's the point of this if you casually use your phone in the pool and the phone get submerged partially in water ?
Most yes, but let's face it, how many of us are walking around with cracked screens?
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Aren't the new phones waterproof by default ? What's the point of this if you casually use your phone in the pool and the phone get submerged partially in water ?
Many of the phones say waterproof, but they are only waterproof to roughly 5 feet for 30 seconds.... more like splashproof.
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Aren't the new phones waterproof by default ? What's the point of this if you casually use your phone in the pool and the phone get submerged partially in water ?
My 11 pro should handle water just fine but no reason to risk it and certainly not taking it in saltwater no matter if it's water tight or not
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Aren't the new phones waterproof by default ? What's the point of this if you casually use your phone in the pool and the phone get submerged partially in water ?
I can confirm i put my iPhone XS (supposedly waterproof) in literally 1 inch of water to have a clearer video of the lake bottom, for about 15 seconds. Yes, literally 1 inch, and literally 15 seconds.

Now one of the front sensors don't work properly anymore. My warranty has expired, and Apple charges $550 to replace the phone, because they don't offer repairs, only replacement.

No need to shit on Apple, yes I know they suck.

But point it, waterproof phones aren't actually waterproof.
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Most yes, but let's face it, how many of us are walking around with cracked screens?
I would have laughed at you 2 months ago as I never have had a cracked screen.... Now I feel all the pain feels
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Most phones, including flagships from Apple [apple.com] or Samsung [samsung.com], are only claimed to be water resistant, NOT waterproof. Look up the IP rating of your phone to understand the many limitations of water resistance and you'll probably feel discouraged from ever wanting to intentionally get your phone wet, especially because manufacturers are generally unwilling to cover any water damage under warranty.
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Been wanting one of these after getting an above ground pool this year...going to give these a shot.
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Good q Tarzan, and they probably all ought to be waterproof at this point - the Pixel 3a is a newer phone that is not waterproof.

I can confirm my brother dropped his pixel 3a in the water and it stopped functioning. He also dropped a waterproof galaxy into the river and despite it being waterproof it was still lost to the river.
🤣🤣🤣🤣 and now you have 3rivers wireless 😆
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Aren't the new phones waterproof by default ? What's the point of this if you casually use your phone in the pool and the phone get submerged partially in water ?
Yes they are waterproof to a certain depth, but the problem is they are not waterproof to salt water or possibly chlorine. So no, don't dip your phone in a pool.

A short video on the subject. Shady shit from manufacturers.

https://youtu.be/kDXxM-mCWFg
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