Luck Route Waterproof Dry Bag Review

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I’m an avid cruiser and lover of the water. The downside is I’ve never had anything to keep my stuff dry while I’m enjoying the Florida sun. I hate leaving my electronics unattended and needed something that could hit the water with me. Enter the Luck Route Waterproof Dry Bag.

Features

  • Made from PVC 500
  • Side pocket for a water bottle
  • Comes in two sizes – 10L and 20L
  • Comes in two colors – black and bright yellow
  • Splash-protected waterproof front pocket is perfect for keys and credit cards
  • Comes with a cellphone bag that fits an iPhone X or smaller device

Review

I took this bag on my recent trip to Cabana Bay Resort at Universal Orlando and it held up nicely for my pool days. I didn’t want to leave my stuff on a chair while I went into the lazy river, so I took the bag along for the ride and it handled it nicely. It doubled as a flotation device and my stuff stayed nice and dry.

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What I liked about the bag is the size. It’s a throw-and-go bag with no frills. That makes it perfect for me to throw my towels, reading material, and electronics in. It’s also not bulky like you would expect of a dry bag. The straps for the backpack can be removed or rearranged to suit your preference. I also like the roll top seal that ensures the bag stays nice and dry on the inside.

It can double as a cooler if you want to carry some cold drinks or snacks with you to the beach. Just be careful with the weight and that you don’t rip the straps.

If you’re looking for a dry bag to take on your next wet vacation, consider the Luck Route Waterproof Dry Bag to protect your stuff. It’s available at Luck Route’s website and on Amazon starting at $29.75.

Disclaimer: GeekMom was given a review sample.

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This post was last modified on June 7, 2019 9:09 am

Dakster Sullivan

Dakster Sullivan is a network administrator by day and a cosplayer by night. They love discovering new books to read, tech to play with, and ways to express themselves. They have anxiety and depression and strives to educate others about these invisible illnesses.

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