I use my iPhone as a backup when sea kayaking and like to take the odd photo or video clip. I started with the AquaPac as it was the only one available at the time. I then purchased the BeachBuoy to see if it was an improvement. I finally went for the iDry.
> OK for phone use, hopeless for taking reliable photos or video as the phone slips about in the bag often covering up the lens as a critical moment. Despite using the silicon sachets, condensation will still form on a warm day over cold water. Salt forms and clings to the material which also blurs photos etc.
> is a slight improvement over the AquaPac in that it has clear material over the surface of both sides, but it is not as good in quality as the Aquapac. It still slips around in the bag, but at least it is harder to cover up the phone lens by accident. It still suffers with condensation and salt tends to cling to the material. Both of these problems effect photo and video use.
> At last someone has come up with a really robust solution. The iDry is easier to don & doff. Offers solid protection in a potentially hostile environment. The phone does not slide around inside the case and it allows clear pictures and videos to be taken. It is built like a solid Otterbox, can be used down to 7m and is `unbelievably' half the price of the above soft bag. A CLEAR winner.