E-Case waterproof housings for Electronics

They Say – The e-Series 20; Nature’s elements and electronics don’t mix and everything from your big-investment devices to your tiny memory-saving flash drives need protection from the grit, grime and precip of the natural world. The eSeries 20 case has room enough to safeguard multiple devices, cables, chargers and valuables without sacrificing full use of smart device features and controls.

  • Ultra-clear urethane windows allow full use of touchscreens, cameras and audio functions.
  • Every case is individually tested to meet IPX7 standard of withstanding submersion in 1 meter of water for 30 minutes.
  • One-step, waterproof SealLockâ„¢ zipper and rugged RF-welded seams guarantee protection from the elements.
  • Eco-friendly PVC-free materials.
  • Die-cut lash points for tethering.
  • UV-resistant windows.
  • Fits Samsung® Galaxy Note® 10.1, Galaxy Tab® 2 10.1, Motorola® Xoomâ„¢, and other 10″ tablets.*

The e-Series 13 is as above, only it’s smaller and fits Samsung® Galaxy Note®, Galaxy Note® II, portable game systems, and other valuables.*

We Say –  I have been using the e-series 13 version of this casing over the last few years for my phone. The casing is completely waterproof and does not interfere with the operation of the phone at all, either for dialing, speaking or using the camera. Also it’s bright colour helps me find the thing after I’ve forgotten where it is, which is a frequent occurence when I’m setting up camp. These qualities makes it perfect for when I go canoeing and also hiking.

I did try the casing out as an everyday case so as to avoid keep changing cases, but that didn’t work out for 3 reasons.

First, these cases aren’t bulky but they are more so than my everyday case. Second, they don’t offer as much protection if I drop the phone. And third, my regular case has an all round solid cover which stops me dialing or operating the phone by mistake whilst it’s in my pocket. This one doesn’t. Yes, I could program the phone so it needs a number key to unlock it, but I don’t need to do that with my regular case, so I don’t bother.


I have never tried out the larger cases for tablets, but I imagine it’s got the same build and functional qualities as the smaller case. If you’re going on any sort of travel that might offer up the possibility of your electrical items getting wet, then these cases are invaluable.

To see the e-Series 20 - http://www.cascadedesigns.com/en/e-case/eseries/eseries-20/product

To see the e-Series 13 - http://www.cascadedesigns.com/en/e-case/eseries/eseries-13/product


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