Are you tired of trying to hide you wallet in your car before stand up paddle surfing? Are you hoping your flimsy waterproof pouch keeps your valuables dry? Are you shamefully giving wet money to the store clerk after stand up paddling?
If so, Seacure has the solution with their extreme protection bum bags. Seacure sent us a Seacure bag and here’s our review.
The Seacure Bum Bag is a hard, super durable waterproof bag big enough to easily hold a phone, wallet, emergency first aid kit items, and small snacks. Yet, the Seacure Bum Bag is small enough to be easily worn around your waist and out of the way while you paddle.
This product is tough. In the past, your options for waterproof protection included an assortment of soft dry-bags of various designs to keep the water out. What about when you want to keep your Blackberry or iPhone from getting crushed? The hard plastic design of Seacure Bum Bags will protect your valuables from even the most vigorous impacts. The thing is practically indestructible.
Seacure Bum Bags make it easy to access the contents inside. Unlike traditional dry-bags that normally require a series of rolling, pinching, and sticking to make water-tight, the Seacure Bum Bag opens with a simple quarter-turn of the screw lid. What does that mean? In all practicality, when your phone is ringing in your bag, you can get to it before you miss you call. When you’re in need of a quick snack, you don’t have to second-guess your hunger because you are not in the mood to wrestle with opening and closing and complex dry bag. The Seacure bag opens quickly and closes quickly and effortlessly.
In addition to strapping the bag around your waist or over your shoulder, an easy alternative for carrying the Seacure Bum Bag is to clip it you’re the deck of your board with some adhesive plugs, or to get an extra long strap and strap the Seacure bag all the way around your board. The latter creates some extra drag; however, if you’re just cruising around, the drag will be hardly noticeable.
On one final note that snorkelers, spearfishermen, and free divers will appreciate, with some slight modifications, including the addition of a flag holder, with a small weight tied to the waist strap, the Seacure Bum Bag can double as a dive flag buoy. And, unless you have heavy items inside, the Seacure Bum Bag has enough flotation to keep several fish, strung up under the bag/dive buoy, from sinking to the bottom of the ocean.
We hope you have found our review of the Seacure Bum Bag useful. After you get yours, please share your experience with the bag in the comments of this review. It’s a great piece of equipment, easy to use, versatile, and the only product like this that we know of. Seacure bags come out of Australia and ship worldwide. Colors include red, yellow, and black.
For pictures, video, and to order yours, go to www.seacurebags.com .