Aquapac iPhone 5 case Fully Waterproof - 108 Model - Mini Whanganui
Turn your existing phone into a waterproof phone.
Keep safe and in touch whatever the elements may throw at you.
This is Aquapacs top-selling phone case and fits the iPhone 5.
Examples of other popular phones which fit are the HTC Desire, HTC Droid Incredible 2, HTC Thunderbolt, the Motorola Droid 3, and the Samsung Galaxy S.
It'll also protect many small GPS units.
Larger phones (incl. the BlackBerry Bold 9000, the HTC Desire HD, the Motorola Droid X, and the Samsung Galaxy S2) will probably be too tight a squeeze, you'll need to step up one size to the Small Whanganui Case - 348
Other 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.
- Most phones will float in this case - but NOT iPhones. Test yours in a basin first.
- 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.
- Stickiness Warning!: Some phones can be quite sticky. Please watch the third video (see right) which shows how to get a phone in or out of the case without it getting stuck!
- Underwater photography warning!: *Capacitive touchscreens don't work underwater, so you may find it difficult to take photos underwater. To take video underwater, simply start filming above the waterline.
- BlackBerry warning!: Your trackball may not work well through the case
Waterproof Rating: IPX 8
What is IPX 8 ? : Here is what Aquapac say
*All Aquapac cases marked IPX8 tested 100% waterproof to at least 0.5 bar, which is equivalent to a depth of 16.7 feet (5.1m) of water. Some actually tested waterproof to 2.0 bar, which is equivalent to 66.9 feet (20.4m) of water.
During manufacture we batch-test the Submersible cases in our own pressure chamber for 5 minutes at 1.0 bar, which is equivalent to 33ft (10.1m) of water.
We also do a simple, manual squeeze-in-a-basin test. Sometimes it's the real-life tests that really count!