Sunday, December 10, 2017

LOKSAK


LOKSAK is a water and waterproof bag that can be used with phones, tablets, cameras, or any electronic that needs protection from the elements. SUBSAK will keep your belongings dry as you take to the water. It is a durable ,denier nylon waste pack that includes 2 waterproof aLOKSAK bags inside it comes in the colors black, blue, red, and green. You can also customize these with a logo. It is waterproof certified for 200 feet by SCUBA Schools International, 100% protection from water, sand, humidity and snow. Touchscreens in sound quality functions 100% well protected in the aLOKSAK. Resealable, recyclable and hermetic airtight seal.
aLOKSAK helps keep electronics, personal items, and firearms damage from exposure to the environment. 



This is the only resealable, flexible storage bag offering protection from all the elements. The patented, lightweight storage system prevents air, humidity, water, dust, and sand from harming your valuables. These bags are used for safe element proof transportation and storage by outdoor enthusiasts, all branches of the US and foreign military, and by many governmental and law enforcement agencies worldwide. I got 3.9 “x7” one pack with lanyard. aLOKSAK variety of 11.75” X12”, 7.75” X 10.5”, 5.875” X 9”, 3.375” X 6.375”, 3.375” X 6.25”, 4.25” X 7.13”, 5” X 4” , 6.375” X 5.25 “ and 8.625” X 5.25”.

My Opinion: I found these bags to have a great feel what I did was him I put something inside one of them left it out in the rain for the day when I opened it up at the end of the day it was completely dry I’m truly impressed with these bags and they are perfect to take when traveling, scuba diving, kayaking, sailing, fishing and so many other places as well.
To see more visit https://loksak.com

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