If you need a workhorse in your dive kit, look no further than the new range of dry bags from APEKS. Tough, rugged and designed to haul equipment, the dry bags feature waterproof welded seams to ensure water doesn’t get in or out. Ideal for stashing wet kit post-dive or keeping personal possessions dry during a dive, you’ll find the bags are at home in the wettest, harshest conditions around. The Dry75 is made from a 1000D nylon core 0.6mm thick tarpaulin, which is designed to protect your gear from the most extreme environments.
The APEKS Dry75 is a workhorse dive bag that will easily carry all your personal dive gear plus a trips worth of clothes. The pack capacity of the Dry75 has a volume of 75 liters (4,563 cu. in.) and it comes with a removable 500D nylon, 0.4mm tarpaulin dry core to separate your wet gear from your dry gear. The main body of the bag has a drain valve on the front for rinsing your equipment on the go. The splash proof top flap is an easy grip zippered pocket for easy access to important things, like your passport. If this bag isn’t big enough on its own, there are four easy attachment points for the APEKS Dry12 bags (see SKU: APXBD12). Backpack has a 25″ (63.5cm) wide roll-top opening to make it easy to stuff your kit in the bag. The bottom is a polymer reinforced foam that reduces impact force and is hard-wearing.
Transport is made easy with the ergonomic air mesh backpack straps that are reinforced to distribute weight for the long haul. The drain valve is replaceable. Bag has black chrome stainless steel hardware and nylon Duraflex buckles. The main pack and core measures 27″ x 13″ x 13″ (68.5cm x 33cm x 33cm) and both have a volume of 75 liters (4,563 cu. in.) so there is a total of 150 liters (9,126 cu. in.) if packed separately.
No warranty for this item unless with manufacturing defect