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- n. Plural form of drybag.
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This is one of the breed in which people can jerry-rig drybags into improvised scuba tanks - and then, around their 10th minute under water on two breaths, miraculously find their way into an antique submarine ...that still works!
Then we got everything into our drybags (a very good buy) and tried to stay in the middle of the boat, lifejackets on while the staff and a couple of passengers managed to get the sides (like a tent) of the boat down, which helped a bit.
Not only that, in selecting a 0. 5mm thick clear polyurethane they're convinced the bags are also more flexible and more abrasion resistance than standard PVC drybags.
MEC believe they are the only completely transparent PVC-free drybags available at a consumer level.
Mountain Equipment Cooperative (MEC) in Canada have released a line of new transparent PVC-free drybags.
Worse news was that one of my drybags hadn’t lived up to its description.