Bill Rigopoulos tells Inventors Digest the story of when he was vacationing in the Bahamas and was afraid to leave his cash, cell phone, credit cards and passport in his hotel room or hide them under his towel while he hit the beach.
So he invented the Shark Pack – a way to keep his valuables with him safe and sound as he swam with the fishes.
The buoyant pouches are made of durable 0.42mm soft matte PVC. When sealed they are submersible up to 19 feet and can keep your cell phones and other goods dry underwater for up to three hours.
Photo by Shark Pack.
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