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Want to protect your stuff on your adventures?
Look no further. The OtterBox Dry Box 3250 has been redesigned with a more modern look, better functionality and up-to-date colors. This is the go anywhere box that will keep your stuff safe and dry in the outdoors.
Great for traveling, hiking, backpacking, hunting, fishing and outdoor photography.
My overall experience with the OtterBox Dry Box 3250 was an excellent one. I put it to the test both in my photography studio and on an outdoor micro adventure.
In the studio, I found the dry box to be just the perfect size for stowing all of my laptop adapters, memory cards, batteries and miscellaneous photography accessories. It allowed for quick access during a recent product photography shoot and when I dropped it on the concrete floor, there wasn't even a noticeable scratch on the dry box.
On adventure, I carried some small photography accessories, car keys, wallet and a mobile phone safely inside the case. It was also the perfect size to stow away in my daypack. Opening the latches each time I reached for my gear was effortless, unlike past dry box models from OtterBox and their competitors. I want to emphasize here that the new design comes with thumb-saving latches. Yes!
The only thing that I found lacking was the fact that it had side loops without a real place to clip a carabiner and did not include a loop of paracord or rubber to secure a carabiner to it. Paracord would be a nice addition to the design in the future.
Although I didn't get a chance to review flotation in water on this adventure, I tested this functionality at home and it passed with flying colors, keeping my stuff dry and floating at the top of the water. You would have to place something extremely heavy inside the case in order to completely submerge it, if that is even possible. After re-opening the box, I found that there was very minimal water beading around the seal and no water entered the inside compartment.
The OtterBox Dry Box 3250 is a killer design that not only exceeded my expectations, but looked cool doing it too. It's available in Hudson (white/blue) which is my personal favorite, Ridgeline (tan/green), Black (black/black) and Trail Side (RealTree camo).
If you stow your mobile device and keys in the dry box together, protect your device's screen by first wrapping it in a small microfiber cloth so it doesn't get scratched.
👍 size, easy open latches, durability, waterproof design, weight and great color choices
👎 side loops are too narrow for a carabiner and require a loop of paracord or rope (not included)
- Waterproof & stackable with 55 cubic inches of storage space.
- Can be submerged up to 90 feet deep for 30 minutes.
- Ultra durable polycarbonate construction.
- Stainless steel hinge and latch pins.
- Lock holes for security.
- Lined with polyethylene foam.
- Backed by an iron clad, one year guarantee.
The OtterBox Dry Box 3250. I strongly recommend you take it on your next adventure!