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Waterproof / Water-tight bumbag for snorkelling?

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Waterproof / Water-tight bumbag for snorkelling?

I'll be off to Hawaii soon for our honeymoon, and for part of our trip we will have a car.

My concern is what to do with our car keys when we are both in the water, either snorkelling or snuba diving.

Any assistance in what I could do with my keys when I am in the water would be appreciated?

Are there such things as water-tight bum-bags (fanny-packs I think they're called in the US!)? I just need something I can tie to me for the dives.

Many thanks.

Elk Rapids, Michigan
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1. Re: Waterproof / Water-tight bumbag for snorkelling?

You can get an Aquapac at just about and ABC store, there seems to be one on every corner. Sould fit the bill for you.

pzp
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2. Re: Waterproof / Water-tight bumbag for snorkelling?

I second the AquaPac. We use the Keymaster for key(s), a credit card, ID's and a little bit of cash. They come with an attached lanyard.

You can get them at www.aquapac.com or on Ebay if you want before you arrive.

New Zealand
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3. Re: Waterproof / Water-tight bumbag for snorkelling?

ABC stores have them large about $9 small about $6

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4. Re: Waterproof / Water-tight bumbag for snorkelling?

ABC stores have them large about $9 small about $6

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