Dry Bag Swim Secure High Visibility 28 Litre With Window
- Double airbag system
- Keeps kit safe and dry
- Use without kit as a tow float
- Ideal for self supported swims
- Lightweight - little to no drag
- Phone Window - 12.5cm x 20cm (fits most large smartphones)
- 28 litre capacity
- Size deflated - 72cm x 37cm
- Belt length - 58cm to 108cm / 23” to 42”
If storing your phone or electronic car keys in the Window Dry Bag we recommend using a Swim Secure Waterproof Phone Bag for added peace of mind.
A brightly coloured high visibility inflatable dry bag with leash and waist belt. Ideal for storing kit whilst you swim and for increased visibility in open water. All Simply Swim inflatable dry bags will easily support an adult's weight if you need to rest. This inflatable dry bag has a small pouch at the front of the bag where you can put your phone or GPS. You can use your touch screen phone through the material. Highly recommended for open water swimmers in all outdoor conditions.
How It Works
There are 2 high flow nozzles; one to inflate the external chamber, which is separate from where your kit is stored; and the second to inflate the storage section once you have sealed the bag.
IMPORTANT: Inflate the rear compartment fully. The front valve will inflate the area around the items in the storage compartment. Please ensure that the roll down seal is folded down to the area indicated to prevent any air escaping.
Use the back of the valve cap to deflate. The adjustable dual belt design clips securely around the swimmer's waist and the leash ensures that it remains out the way of your stroke.
Top tip: put your kit in the bag before you inflate it!
DRY BAG SIZE GUIDE
20 LITRE DRY BAG - SMALL
Our smallest Dry Bag by Swim Secure is perfect for taking the essentials with you on your swim.
In our test we could fit in flip flops, a micro towel, t-shirt, shorts, keys, sunglasses and phone.
28 LITRE DRY BAG - MEDIUM
The medium Dry Bag by Swim Secure is our most popular size and combines increased capacity with a slim profile in the water.
When tested the bag could easily handle flip flops, a micro-towel, t-shirt, shorts, running top, thermos flask, keys, sunglasses and phone