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Aquapac VHF Radio Classic Dry Case

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Product title: Aquapac VHF Radio Classic Dry Case
SKU: ADB_AQVHF-S

The Aquapac VHF Radio Classic Dry Case is ideal for mariners of all types and is a paddling essential. The case is watertight, dust-proof, and everything works normally inside the case. Sound and signal pass right through so you can talk and hear without a problem.

  • Use your handset normally in the case
  • Sound passes straight through the urethane material
  • Clear window on either side lets you easily read displays
  • Airtight seal means radio will float safely if dropped in the water
  • Protects against dust & sand
  • Aquaclip closure
  • Stays flexible when cold
  • Suited for both left and right hand control
  • Small case fits most modern handheld VHF radios
  • Large case fits most satellite phones & radios w/ longer antennas
  • One hundred percent recyclable
  • PVC-free
  • Includes adjustable lanyard

Technical Specifications

Material 300mu UV-resistant TPU
Waterproof to 30’ /10 m
Closure System Aquaclip
Weight (S) 1.8 oz. / 51 g, (L) 2.1 oz. / 62 g
4.0
Rated 4.0 stars
Based on 1 review
1 review
  • G
    Girthman
    Flag of United States
    I recommend this product
    Rated 4 stars
    3 years ago
    Radio pak

    Bought this pak to keep the salt water off my waterproof VHF radio. Fits my radio just fine. The plastic used is soft enough to let me use the radio controls with no problem. And the clear plastic on the backside lets me see the cheat sheet for radio channels that I put inside to stay dry. The hole by the antenna lets me put a good safety chord on it. The salt water trashed my last "waterproof" radio. Won't happen now.

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