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Following the huge success of their unique waterproof tablet skin called DRYSKIN, the guys at Subtech Sports decided to launch a waterproof and rugged tablet case – DRYCASE Pro. The Kickstarter campaign for the newly developed product kicks off on December 4th, but you can get an exclusive peek into what the case will offer right here and now. Designed to fit laptops up to MacBook Pro size, the case will also provide a safe and most importantly dry home for any tablet device on the market including the Apple iPad Pro. Being certified up to IPX-8 standards means the case can be submerged underwater up to 5 meters for up to 1 hour. Its unique design also allows it to float provided it doesn’t carry more than 4.2 kg inside. Besides waterproof capabilities the case is as tough as an old boot, thanks to multiple layers of silicone, reinforced at the edges and corners, as well as memory foam and EVA materials. Moreover, the silicone used on the case is self-healing, meaning there are no more scratches to be worried about. Despite being highly protective, the case only adds 0.03 inches in bulkiness and 400 grams in weight.

About Subtech Sports:

SUBTECH SPORTS takes adventure, freedom and fun to a whole new level by providing the ultimate in 100% water & shockproof solutions for your smartphone, tablet PC and other electronics.

The love child of a group of extreme sport enthusiasts, SUBTECH allows every moment to be captured so your adventure can be re-lived or shared time and time again. Whether you live for surfing, skiing, white water rafting, sail racing or simply the beach, the fusion of design, performance and quality has never been so life changing.

Here at SUBTECH SPORTS we have scoured the globe to discover TEAM SUBTECH; a hand picked selection of the world’s finest extreme sports aficionados to create a voice for the brand on a ground level. TEAM SUBTECH members personally test new products, and use the range on a daily basis – constantly pushing the limits.

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