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OverBoard Waterproof Dry Tube Bag, (5L, Yellow)

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OverBoard Waterproof Dry Tube Bag, (5L, Yellow)
Key Features
  • 100% Waterproof Roll-Top Dry Bag
  • Keeps Digital Camera, Gear Dry
  • 600D PVC Tarpaulin / Welded Seams
  • Fold Seal System with Snap Couplers
The yellow 5L Waterproof Dry Tube Bag from OverBoard is used to protect equipment and gear, such as a digital camera or other small valuables, against the elements. It is a 100% waterproof, 600 denier PVC Tarpaulin roll-top dry bag with an Overboard Fold Seal System. Roll the neck tightly 3-4 times to expel all the air and then connect it with the plastic snap couplers. When closed, the couplers can also be used as a handle. The bag is carried by the adjustable, removable shoulder strap or the top carry handle.
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OverBoard OB1001 Overview

The yellow 5L Waterproof Dry Tube Bag from OverBoard is used to protect equipment and gear, such as a digital camera or other small valuables, against the elements. It is a 100% waterproof, 600 denier PVC Tarpaulin roll-top dry bag with an Overboard Fold Seal System. Roll the neck tightly 3-4 times to expel all the air and then connect it with the plastic snap couplers. When closed, the couplers can also be used as a handle. The bag is carried by the adjustable, removable shoulder strap or the top carry handle.

Construction
  • Durable 600 denier PVC Tarpaulin waterproof fabric
  • Fold Seal System
  • Electronically welded seams
  • Easy to wipe clean and store away
  • Plastic fasteners
Floats safely if dropped in water
100% waterproof bag is IP66 rated and meets ROC Gear Class 3 specification, meaning it's suitable for quick submersion to depths of up to 3.0'
Multipurpose storage application
Removable, adjustable shoulder strap and top carry handle

OverBoard OB1001 Specs

Key Specs
Color
Yellow
Carry/Transport Options
Handle, Shoulder Strap
Type of Closure
Rolltop with Quick Release Buckle
Water Resistance
Waterproof, Up to 3' / 0.9 m
Dimensions
Exterior
8.6 x 7" / 22 x 18 cm (With Neck Rolled Down)
Carry/Transport Options
Handle, Shoulder Strap
Type of Closure
Rolltop with Quick Release Buckle
Environmental
Water Resistance
Waterproof, Up to 3' / 0.9 m
IP Rating
IP66
General
Maximum Volume
1.3 gal / 5 L
Materials
Exterior: PVC Tarpaulin
Dimensions
Exterior
8.6 x 7" / 22 x 18 cm (With Neck Rolled Down)
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.74 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
11.95 x 3.8 x 2.1"

OverBoard OB1001 Reviews

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How long is the strap? Can you sling across your ...

How long is the strap? Can you sling across your body. How long is the strap?
Asked by: Harvey
The strap of the OverBoard Waterproof Dry Tube Bag, (5L, Black) is adjustable up to about 46"; a small person could sling it across their body.
Answered by: Boyd
Date published: 2022-11-13

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Do you think it will fit a Nikon D810 with a Nikon 200-500?
Asked by: Jorge C.
Seems unlikely. A D600 + 70-200 f4 fills the bag easily but fully. The combination you propose is 3 (7.6 cm) longer. Bag seems like a fine product. Fortunately I did not find out if it really works.
Answered by: James M.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Is this bag waterproof enough to go into the waves for a quick dive?
Asked by: Ran I.
This bag has been good for me so far and air tight (folded 3 times). As a test, I stuffed it with my keys, wallet, phone, a shirt, and a pair of shorts, then I threw it overboard of the boat and then jumped in to grab it. I put the strap over my shoulder and swam to shore. Amazingly everything stayed dry!!! I was happy since I was brave enough to put my keys and phone in the bag. I was in a big bay about 200 yards out. It's a good bag. I recommend it.
Answered by: Darrell B.
Date published: 2022-11-13

question

Can I use this bag to limit condensation if I take a camera from the cold outdoors into a warm room?
Asked by: Anonymous
Hi, yes, I do think it would limit condensation. I assume you will bag the camera (both being cold) then bring it to a warmer environment. You would need to let it stay in the bag until it warms close to room temp (which would be hard to tell) so you may have to test how long a very cold camera needs to stay in it before removing. Maybe 20 min? 30 min?Good luck.
Answered by: Anthony D.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Will my Canon Eos SL1 with neoprene fitted case fit in this bag?
Asked by: Diani A.
I'm a NiIkon user and shoot with the D-800 batter grip. Your Canon should fit fine, not sure on the fitted case though, not having used one or seen one myself.
Answered by: Brad P.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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what is the size of the bag?
Asked by: Anonymous
Big enough for a D800 with a 70 to 200mm lens. Works as advertised.
Answered by: Thomas N.
Date published: 2019-02-06

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Is the bag padded? Thank you
Asked by: Lilyana D.
No pad at all, add your own padding if needed. It performs well anyway!
Answered by: MIRKO DANIELE C.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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