Attention- If you live in a hole, and never worry about getting your blackberry wet, you need not read further.
This has got to be one of the coolest products I have seen in a long time. No longer do you have to be worried if you need/want to take your BlackBerry down to the pool, the beach, into the bathroom while taking a bath or with you when you go boating. With the Aquapac, you can rest assured that your better half will be safe and dry.
When I first saw this product I remember thinking “Huh… 25 bucks for a glorified ziplock bag? You’ve got to be kidding me” But the Aquapac is so much more. The container itself is not your ordinary plastic. The Aquapac is constructed with high grade Thermo Poly Urethane (or TPU). TPU is 100% PVC free, meaning it is much more malleable and better suited for extreme cold. The material is also UV Stabilized, meaning it will not yellow or dry out due to prolonged exposure to the sun. The case itself will remain flexible to -40 degrees F, however even I would subjugate my Berry to that kind of cold! The designers have even added their optically clear LEZFLEX to the back window, allowing you to take clear pictures with your Berry, even underwater.
The case’s magic comes from the method in which it is sealed. The Aquaclip is a patented mechanism that seals the bag with just a twist of two levers. This keeps water sand, dirt and humidity out.
While this Aquapac is not specifically designed for the BlackBerry, it encloses it perfectly, even with my trusty OtterBox. This specific design may be a little bit big if you are using a Pearl, but no problem. Aquapac sells dozens of different sizes. You will be able to find an Aquapac for just about anything you wish to keep dry. They even have some neat underwater cases for cameras.
The Aquapac comes with; the case itself, an adjustable lanyard, detailed instructions, and a 3 year Global Warranty. The instructions do say that you should avoid submerging your device into hot water (above 105 degrees) due to the fact that the plastic could break down at that temperature. That being said, I decided to push the limits (as usual) and took my Berry into the tub, no problems whatsoever. Take that for what you will.