CHISCO Waterproof Camera Floater E-mail
Sunday, 18 October 2009 15:41
Waterproof Camera Floater

camera float

Save your new digital camera from going to the bottom! You just spend hundreds of your hard earned $$ on your cool new camera, now spend another $9.99 for cheap insurance! Soft, foam-filled neoprene wrist lanyard easily attaches to most lightweight, point & shoot, waterproof cameras and accessories. Not intended for use with large professional underwater cameras, or regular/non waterproof cameras. Bright yellow color makes it easy to spot. (sorry, camera not included)

VERY IMPORTANT: Test your own camera in shallow water before use! Our Floater MAY NOT float your specific camera and battery. New Models come out all the time, and we simply can not test every model & battery combination. We've tested many popular models (Olympus, Pentax, Sanyo) and our floater has performed perfectly. But it is your responsibility to always test and re-test again in the specific spot you'll be using your camera. We are not responsible for loss of cameras and equipment using our waterproof camera floater. Our product is designed to use with small, lightweight, point and shoot waterproof cameras, not large professionial underwater cameras. Our product is not intended for use with regular / non-waterproof cameras.

Remember: Please test float your camera and floater before each use, and keep the wrist lanyard around your wrist at all times.

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