My Review of Unigear 5 Liter Dry Bag
In the interest of full disclosure I am an affiliate of unigear.com .
What is a dry bag? According to
a dry bag or sack is a waterproof bag used in outdoor activities like kayaking and rafting to prevent damage to water-sensitive gear. Now, there are other outdoor related activities where this product could also be utilized. Some examples are canoeists, bicyclists, backpackers, snow mobilers, and basically anyone else whose gear could get wet in the outdoors.
The way that this product works is very simple. Just throw the stuff that you want to keep dry into the dry bag, roll the top of the bag down two or three times, then clip the two clips at the top of the dry bag together. You can use the strap with two clips to attach the dry bag to a D ring, carabiner
This piece of gear comes in blue, gray, yellow, green, orange, black, red, white and sky blue. As far as sizing goes the Unigear Dry Bag is available in 2, 5, 10, 20, 30 or 40 liter sizes.
I did some checking of the competition and it looks like unigearshop.com has more colors and sizes of dry bags available than their competitors. And the price of the Unigear pieces are a good deal lower than the big chain companies. Prices range from ten to thirty-five dollars for these dry bags (this price range is as of 05/18/2021 and is subject to change).
Here is some miscellanious information about this gear that I picked up in my research. The material used to make these dry bags is also utilized (along
I had a lot of fun reviewing this product. I think that the Unigear Dry Bag is a great value and could be utilized for a number of outdoor activities. And I noticed that the way that this dry bag is packaged (at least the 2L and 5L versions), they are able to fit in most Christmas stockings. So you need to either buy one or more now or start dropping hints!
unigearshop.com (also known as Unigear) has been in business since 2014 and sells outdoor gear worldwide including tents, sleeping bags, backpacks,
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