Aquapac Whanganui Electronics Cases
- Everything works normally through the case including cameras and capacitive touchscreens*
- You can talk and hear without a problem
- Also protects from dust, dirt and sand
- It'll float if you drop it in the drink
- The seams are high-frequency welded to form a super-strong bond
- The Aquaclip® (a patented, ultra-secure, rustproof, injection-moulded plastic seal) opens and closes with a simple twist of two levers, and everything stays in one piece even when open
- Stickiness Warning!: Some phones can be quite sticky. Please watch the third video (see video tab) which shows how to get a phone in or out of the case without it getting stuck!
- The Large case is Aquapac's largest submersible case with plenty of room to store all sorts of valuables - can be used with popular tablets like the Apple iPad/iPad2, Blackberry Playbook, Motorola Xoom, and the Samsung Galxy Tab. Their capacitive screens work normally through the TPU material.
- *Underwater photography warning for the Mini and Small cases!: Capacitive touchscreens don't work underwater, so you may find it difficult to take photos underwater. To take video underwater, simply start filming above the waterline.
- BlackBerry warning!: Your trackball may not work well through the case
- The Mini, Small and Medium cases come with an adjustable lanyard/neckcord, the Large with an adjustable shoulder strap
- It is recommended that you use dessicant sachets in Aquapacs in humid climates to absorb moisture from condensation caused by moisture in the air sealed inside the Aquapac
- And just so you know, the Whanganui River is a major river in the North Island of New Zealand
|Dimensions||Mini: 125mm length, 155mm circumference
Small: 150mm length, 200mm circumference
Medium: 200mm length, 265mm circumference
Large: 295mm length, 440mm circumference
|Made From||TPU with optically-clear LENZFLEX™ lens window (Mini and Small), TPU (Medium and Large)|
All Aquapac cases marked IPX8 tested 100% waterproof to at least 0.5 bar, which is equivalent to a depth of 5.1m of water. Some actually tested waterproof to 2.0 bar, which is equivalent to 20.4m of water. Aquapac also do a simple, manual squeeze-in-a-basin test. Sometimes it’s the real-life tests that really count!
All Aquapac materials are coated with solid layers of either PU or TPU plastic, and all seams are either welded or sewn and then sealed with hot-melt tape to keep out water.
The best way to insert an iPhone into an Aquapac case: