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Use, store and protect your GPS or large phone with the black Waterproof Case from OverBoard. This case is compatible with various GPS units, PSP consoles, large smartphones, and other similar sized mobile devices. The 100% waterproof case floats in water, and is submersible to 19.7'. The transparent front window allows for use of the device and features. The case may be worn with the included neck lanyard or attached with the Carabiner clip. A moisture sensitive desiccant sachet helps protect the stored device. Made of polyurethane, the case is strong and durable.
With an IP68 rating and a Class 5 designation from ROC Gear, the case is 100% waterproof and submersible to 19.7' for a duration of up to 60 mins.
Accommodates GPS units, PSP consoles, large smartphones, and other mobile devices. Compatible with Garmin GPS 72H and GPS Map 62, as well as other GPS units of very similar size. Works with all generations of PSP consoles.
100% waterproof Slide Seal System consists of switches that slide apart and click into locked position, then slide back towards center and click into unlocked/open position.
Floats if dropped in water.
Transparent front window allows full use of controls on front and sides of device, including those on touchscreens.
Keeps out dust, sand, dirt, and water.
Made of environmentally-friendly, biodegradable thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU).
In the Box
OverBoard Waterproof GPS and Large Phone Case (Black)
Moisture-Sensitive Desiccant Sachet
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Material of Construction
Thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU)
IP68 rating and Class 5 designation from ROC Gear Depth rating: 19.7' / 6.0 m for up to 60 min
Full access to controls on front and sides of device Enables touchscreen use