Carry and use your electronics while out on the water with the No Limits Waterproof Electronic Case. This case is designed to allow full touchscreen functionality, and the waterproof construction helps keep your valuable gear safe. An American flag pattern shows off your patriotic spirit. Includes a neck strap and a safety buckle.
Features and Benefits
Great for storing electronics while in a kayak or boat
Allows full touchscreen functionality
Waterproof construction helps keep your gear safe from the water
American flag pattern displays your patriotic spirit
Includes a neck strap and a safety buckle
Important Product and Safety Information
Proposition 65 warning for California residents: WARNING - This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
What's in the Box
No Limits Waterproof Electronic Case
Rated 5 out of
Drizzle brizzle from
WOWAll of the events in this story are real and unfolding as we speak. 1.5 months ago my girlfriend, her dog Walter Melvin, and I ventured out for our first couples overnight camping/float trip. Walter Melvin hated it we liked it alright she had never been primitive camping before. Day two, after fighting off a wild bull elk we set out on what should have been an easy 5 miles to the finish, wrong! 2 miles down the river in an attempt to ramp the canoe into a 360 flat spin we flipped. everything was secure... well almost everything. The American flag themes no limits bag we had both of our cell phones in was gone, frantically I searched but it was no use gone forever it would seem. So we moved on, got new phones and pressed on with life. fast forward to today. A kind fellow and his wife contacted my girlfriend saying "i have found your phones... and the WORK" after 1.5 months under water, in current, bouncing off rocks and, whatever else they phones survived! Call it luck call it fate call it The American flag printed on plastic is freaking bullet proof, but this thing did its job. Also Walter Melvin is happy as ever and I doubt he even remembers that we went on the river.
Date published: 2016-10-06
Rated 5 out of
Got the video to prove it!I bought this on a whim when I got a new phone that no longer fit into my Pelican case, before we kayaked the Guadalupe river for 6 hours. I used the lanyard to hang my phone around my neck while going through a rapids section, while I was videoing. The pouch kept my phone dry and safe while I flipped my kayak and hit more than a couple of rocks before my kayak and I were reunited downstream. Great product, and well worth a price two or three times the 6.99 it costs!
Date published: 2015-08-15
Rated 5 out of
EXCELLENT PRODUCT!!!I purchased 2 of these for my boys the day they bought kayaks. We went to Pigeon Forge for vacation and they, along with a friend, took their kayaks to go on the Little Pigeon River. My oldest son dropped his phone (It was in this case but he had taken the cord off and just put it in his pocket) when he got caught in a current and could not retrieve it. The water was too swift and not very clear where it went in at. We picnicked at the same spot for a few days while we were there and each time all 3 boys would walk out and look for the iphone with no luck. 3 days later they said if we had goggles I think we could see where it is so deep...so I went and spent $10.00 on goggles and said hop in. The water was so cold it was hard for them to get used to it but once they did they started diving in the deep spots. My sons friend came up with the phone and we could not believe that they had found it 3 DAYS LATER!! We immediately plugged it into his truck to charge to see if it still worked....and it did!! It was dry as a bone. His phone was saved by this case!!! This product is fabulous!!! Of course I told the boys to put the cord back on and leave it on!!!!
Date published: 2015-07-10
Rated 4 out of
D Hyde from
Saved my phoneMy phone went overboard after I checked the weather while kayak fishing at a small local lake yesterday. I didn't realize it was gone till we had covered half the shoreline panfishing. Searched the flooded timber and brush shoreline to no avail and finally gave up thinking the little inexpensive case took on water and sank. I wasn't upset with case because I didnt plan on the case having to repel water while floating on the water for hours, just wanted it in case I dropped it in the water for a few seconds. We loaded up and headed for lunch. I was heartbroken because I thought I had lost all my pictures on my phone, not to mention the cost of a new iPhone. While eating, my brilliant wife mentioned the "Find my iPhone" app. Thinking no way this is going to work, I downloaded the app on my iPad.....hit the "Find iPhone" button .....and.......nothing.....could not be found. Of course not because it was at the bottom of the lake or at the very least the case had taken on enough water to ruin my phone, I thought. There was another button that said something like "Notify if found" so I hit it, told my wife "I told you so" and continued on to feed my face. As we were leaving the parking lot, my iPad made a noise and my wife looked down and said "It found your phone!!!!". We returned to the lake and I unloaded my yak and paddled to the location on the map that the app said my phone was located, still thinking this couldn't end well...my phone had been in the water at least three hours. I had to battle through trees and brush, thought to myself "My phone couldn't even make it through all of this mess" but as I looked ahead I could see something bobbing in the water....IT WAS MY PHONE!!!!!!! "Keep calm" I told myself, thinking I was going to find a drowned phone beyond resuscitation. I picked it up....hit the home button.....and........hallelujah!!! IT WORKED!!! It completely dry! I paddled back to the vehicle and my waiting wife with a look of of disgust on my face (some folks say that is usual look on my face) and told her it must have sunk because it wasn't there....as she consoled me I pulled it out of my pocket. I think she was as surprised as me. From now on I will use the No Limits case as secondary protection as I plan on keeping my phone safely stored in a waterproof storage compartment on the kayak. I will say a piece of one of our case came loose, still work but will require some glue to repair it. It was the back of one of the clips that closes the case....but anyway thanks No Limits, you saved the day! Photo is of me departing on my phone rescue mission....in the rain.
Date published: 2015-05-31
Rated 1 out of
Wow!I bought this product before I took my kayak on the Chesapeake bay. By the time I got back to land my phone was completely ruined! I would never buy this product again.Thankfully I had insurance on my phone!