Take underwater pictures & videos with DandyCase

Travel On The Dollar
February 8, 2013  •  2 min(s) read

Smartphones these days take some amazing pictures and a lot of travelers are ditching their SLRs and P&S cameras for the one device they have on them all the time – their smartphones. With all the apps out there, it’s easy to backup your pictures using a smartphone to one of the many websites offering online space.

But what if you plan to have an exotic vacation at one of the beaches and you decide to go diving or snorkeling? What if you want to take video or pictures with your smartphone? You need a flexible waterproof case that looks a bit like a Ziploc bag keeping your smartphone dry, and also be able to use your fingers to swipe through.

DandyCaseDandy Case claims that its waterproof case “is IPX8 Certified to 100 feet (30m). With a secure ‘2 Snap Lock System,’ your device will be secure all day whether you are swimming, relaxing on the beach, boating, or drinking near water.”

The bag has a clear front and back so you can see and access your phone’s touchscreen and use cameras mounted on the front or rear or the phone. DandyCase advises launching your phone’s photo or video app before diving under the waves where increased water pressure may prevent you from doing so.

Amazon has the DandyCase for about $15, depending on the model you select.

Send your comments if you have used the DandyCase.

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