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About Seattle Sports Omni Dry Stuff Sack

The Seattle Sports H2-Zero Omni Dry Stuff Sack is perfect for extended adventures or consolidating several smaller loads into one bag. A heavy duty and tough vinyl body, abrasion resistant bottom, radio frequency (RF) welded seam construction design with a 3-roll top closure system assures your stuff stays dry. Transport is made easy with the top grab handle formed by the roll-top squeeze-style" side-release buckle.

The Seattle Sports H2-Zero Omni Dry Stuff Sack is available in 4-sizes with the following dimensions:
Small: (H x W) 15" x 7.5" (38 cm x 19 cm), volume 600 cubic inches (10 liters), weight 8 oz. (226.8 g) when empty
Medium: (H x D) 18" x 9.5" (45.7 cm x 24 cm), volume 1,275 cubic inches (20 liters), weight 13 oz. (366.5 g)
Large: (H x D) 25" x 11.5" (63.5 cm x 29.2 cm), volume 2,500 cubic inches (40 liters), weight 18 oz. (510.3 g)
X-Large: (H x D) 28" x 12.5" (71 cm x 31.8 cm), volume 3,500 cubic inches (55 liters), weight 22 oz. (624 g)

Multiple sizes, durable construction and dry bag design all make the Omni Dry Stuff Sack a true multipurpose water sports workhorse.

The Seattle Sports Omni Dry Stuff Sack is commonly used for Boating, SCUBA Gear, Vacation and more. The Seattle Sports Omni Dry Stuff Sack is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Seattle Sports Omni Dry Stuff Sack: Durable, Easy To Clean, Large Capacity, Water Tight.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Seattle Sports Omni Dry Stuff Sack Features

  • Seattle Sports Omni Dry Stuff Sack
  • Perfect for Extended Adventures or Consolidating Several Smaller Loads into One-Bag
  • Heavy Duty and Tough Vinyl Body
  • Abrasion Resistant Bottom
  • Radio Frequency (RF) Welded Seams
  • 3-Roll Top Closure System Assures Stuff-Stays-Dry
  • Easy Transport: Top Grab Handle Formed by Roll-Top Squeeze-Style" Side-Release Buckle
  • Multiple Sizes, Durable Construction and Dry Bag Design
  • True Multipurpose Water Sports Workhorse
  • Available in 4-Sizes:
    Small: (H x W) 15" x 7.5" (38 cm x 19 cm)
    Medium: (H x D) 18" x 9.5" (45.7 cm x 24 cm)
    Large: (H x D) 25" x 11.5" (63.5 cm x 29.2 cm)
    X-Large: (H x D) 28" x 12.5" (71 cm x 31.8 cm)
  • Volume:
    Small: 600 cubic inches (10 liters)
    Medium: 1,275 cubic inches (20 liters)
    Large: 2,500 cubic inches (40 liters)
    X-Large: 3,500 cubic inches (55 liters)
  • Weight (empty):
    Small: 8 oz. (226.8 g)
    Medium: 13 oz. (366.5 g)
    Large: 18 oz. (510.3 g)
    X-Large: 22 oz. (624 g)

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4.6

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100%

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excellent value

great size for boat diving

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4.0

Medium Bag: Plenty of room!

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After diving I threw my wet soft weights (20 lb), rash shirt, trunks, boots (drained first), towel and a few other items in the dry bag. No problem handling the weight of the contents. The bag is tough! Unloaded about 30 minutes later, and there was water that leaked through the bottom of the bag on the floor. The water was probably due to the soft weights placed at the bottom of the bag, as there was a puddle of water left in the bag, so you may want to carry them separately. I think all of the other items would have been fine and not soaked through.

 
4.0

keeps stuff dry

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Works good to keep stuff dry on a boat. Once closed clasp turns into handle for carrying. Good value for the price

 
5.0

Dry Stuff Sack

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Sizes are larger than I thought. Large is big enough for a drysuit.

 
5.0

excellent value

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great size for boat diving

 
5.0

Excellent DRY BAG at a good price.

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Fast shipping, well packaged, and excellent communication from seller keeping me updated on shipping status.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
Carlyle C  I am an active sea kayaker, often spending 7 to 10 days and nights traveling and camping along costal waters.
Shopper  How do I actually seal this omni dry bag? No directions came with this bag and there are no tutorials on Seattle Sports' YouTube account.
JOHN C  You squeeze out all of the air and then roll down the top three or four times, then click the two ends together. with two pieces clicked and rolled down, I have never got a single drop inside and have used two different sizes for several years now. Works great!
MELANIE L  This bag is made waterproof by allowing enough head room and then folding flaps over like a lunch bag. Then you securely fasten the clips and create a built in handle. I rode for three days in a torrential downpour with the medium bag strapped to my bike. Not one article inside ever got wet.
ALONSO N  once you have all the items packed, squeeze the bag to reduce the volume of air inside, then fold down the top of the bag, 3 times is enough, and clip it..!!
JORDAN P  pack your stuff tight to the bottom, roll it up, then clip. if you roll it 5-6 times your stuff will stay dry
RYAN K  You merely roll the top two or three times and click the fasteners together so it looks as shown in the picture on the web site. That action seals the bag. If you're unsure if it's sealed or not, stuff it with paper, roll and click the bag together, submerge it in water, then open it up and see if the paper is still dry.
Shopper  What size would you recommend to keep towel, change of clothes, wallet, cellphone, and hat dry on a dive boat?
ROGER H  I recommend the medium size, it will fit your items.
BRAD B  I would get the large one for that
CRAIG P  I use the green size and it would be a little small for all you want to carry so get the next size, blue I believe.
Kasia W  Size L will be the best for you.
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