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Small Whanganui
(fits Samsung Galaxy SII/SIII/S4/S5/Note)

IPX8 Submersible Code: 348
Submersible
Turn your existing phone into a waterproof phone. Keep safe and in touch whatever the elements may throw at you.



Availability: In stock

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Comes supplied with
Adjustable lanyard / neckcord

Small Whanganui Electronics Case (348)

  • Small Whanganui Electronics Case (348)
  • Small Whanganui Electronics Case (348)
  • Small Whanganui Electronics Case (348)
  • Small Whanganui Electronics Case (348)
  • Small Whanganui Electronics Case (348)
  • Small Whanganui Electronics Case (348)

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Perfect For:

Small Whanganui Electronics Case (348) - perfect for these items

What size do I need?

The Small size is for phones which are too long or too fat to fit in the Mini Whanganui (108). Popular examples are the BlackBerry Bold 9000, the HTC Desire HD, the Motorola Droid X, and the Samsung Galaxy S5. It's also a perfect fit for phablets such as the Samsung Galaxy Note!
It'll also protect most handheld GPS units including the popular Satmap Active 10.
We also do a version designed to be worn on your arm - see Large Armband Case (218).
If you're not sure which size you need feel free to contact us.

Key Features:

  • Everything works normally through the case including cameras and capacitive touchscreens*.
  • You can talk and hear without a problem.
  • Also protects from dust, dirt and sand.
  • Like most of our cases it'll float if you drop it in the drink.
  • The seams are high-frequency welded to form a super-strong bond.
  • The Aquaclip® (a patented, ultra-secure, rustproof, injection-moulded plastic seal) opens and closes with a simple twist of two levers, and everything stays in one piece even when open.
  • Underwater photography warning!: Capacitive screens don't work underwater - the water breaks the circuit - so you need to use the Volume Up/Down buttons to shoot underwater.
  • BlackBerry warning!: Your trackball may not work well through the case.
  • Technical Specs
    Waterproof Rating submersible Submersible
    Colour Cool Grey with Acid Green Lanyard
    Materials TPU with optically-clear LENZFLEX™ lens window.
    Weight Case: 1.2oz / 35g
    Lanyard: 0.2oz / 7g
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    Comments

    Review by Kim, Springfield, VA, added 11/12/2013: how awesome your product is
    I just have to let you know how awesome your product is. I own the aquapac that holds an iPhone and have used it around the pool and beach for years. Yesterday I was walking along the beach in the BVI and realized I had dropped my phone. We searched everywhere I had walked and finally gave up. Today a mega yacht anchored in the bay found my phone floating in the waters of the Caribbean. It had been floating for over 24 hours. We opened the pac and the phone was dry AND STILL WORKING!!! Amazing! Thank you so much for a great product. I am recommending you to everyone I know!
    Review by Video review, added 22/04/2013: review by TiPb
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNZcrp7COWg&feature=youtube_gdata
    Review by Alicia Shea, USA, added 11/05/2012: incredible!
    “I have the Small Whanganui case that I use for my Droid Incredible and it is... incredible! Now I want a case for my camera.”
    Review by Roy Tansill, USA, added 20/07/2011: It has kept my GPS dry
    "It has kept my GPS dry while taking hundreds of dunkings from my windsurfing."
    Review by Nate Filz, USA (www.berryreview.com) , added 20/07/2011: This has got to be one of the coolest products
    "This has got to be one of the coolest products I have seen in a long time. No longer do you have to be worried if you need/want to take your BlackBerry down to the pool, the beach, into the bathroom while taking a bath or with you when you go boating."
    Review by Craig Bergh, Worthington Windsurfing, USA , added 20/07/2011: We also use Aquapac cases to protect the GPS units
    "We are running a Windsurfing Speed Racing Series this summer. We use a GPS unit to measure the speeds. We also use Aquapac cases to protect the GPS units (There is not such thing as a waterproof GPS unit as we have found out the hard way)."