Aquapacs are completely waterproof and surprisingly functional. You don’t even have to remove your devices to use them. You can talk on the phone, change the music or even take pictures while your device is in its protective case. And the cases float, so if the Aquapac that’s holding your keys, money and passport winds up in the lake, it will float on the surface until you can fish it out (not every device stays afloat in its waterproof Aquapac, so you’ll want to test it first in a bucket of water at home).
Two patented Aquaclips are what make these cases truly waterproof.The design dates back to 1983, when three London windsurfers wanted to listen to their Walkmans while they surfed. Today, Aquapac is headed by CEO Tim Turnbull and offers a range of cases, including a phone case and multipurpose cases for your wallet, keys and other items. The camera case comes with a hard lens so you can take pictures underwater (photo above was taken underwater using Aquapac’s camera case), and the case for MP3 players comes with waterproof headphones, so a downpour won’t derail your run.
You’ll be singing — or talking or taking pictures — in the rain with Aquapac’s waterproof cases.