Well, what a whirlwind 2021 has been but we’ve finally made it. COVID restrictions are easing, the ability to travel is slowly returning, the outside world is reopening, and boy do I need a refresher on how to be a functioning member of society. Before COVID, (or 2019 BC as I like to call it), I was the queen of packing for the outdoors. Whether it be camping in the wilderness or a weekend festival, I would be your go-to gal for all the essentials. Sunscreen? You’ve got it. Portable fan? Coming right up. However, with the impending doom of COVID at the back of my mind, I now have to up my “What’s in my bag?” game. It’s no longer enough to just carry around lip balm and a charger. With hygiene at the forefront of my mind, I need more than just my portable Dettol sanitizer and pack of baby wipes. I need something to protect my precious iPhone 12 Pro Max from the wrath of dirty camping fingers and the inevitable spill of a mango seltzer. I don’t just need a waterproof phone case, I need a waterproof phone POUCH. This is where Seaquatix comes to the rescue.
With travel restrictions easing, and that trip to the Maldives looking more likely, Seaquatix has made it possible to capture all the wonders of the ocean without the stress of having to soak your phone in a tub of rice upon returning home. Their cases protect against dust, sand, liquid, and let’s be real; drunk accidents. But most importantly, we are now learning how to live with COVID which means having to adjust to new norms and procedures. Now more than ever, hygiene and cleanliness is of the utmost importance. With their waterproof iPhone case, not only am I able to keep my valuables safe from the dangers of the outside world, I am able to decrease the transmission of germs from my phone to well, literally anywhere. Not to mention I get to stay stylish while doing so. Gone are the days of sticky phone screens and worrying about what will happen if I drop my phone in a festival mosh pit.
All germs aside, Seaquatix makes it possible to capture those perfect Instagram shots. Did you really go to the beach if you didn’t get a photo flipping your hair in the ocean water? Or maybe you wanted to film that epic cannonball into the pool to post straight to Tik Tok? Never again will I have to relive the time I was trying to get the perfect Hot Girl Summer pool shot for Instagram and just the splashback of water was enough to send my phone to the Genius Bar at Apple #RIPiPhoneX. The possibilities with Seaquatix’ waterproof iPhone pouch are endless, and it’s a must have for all the post-lockdown adventures I’ll be going on.
At the end of the day would you rather spend $1000+ on a new phone, or $54.95 on a phone case? I know what I’ll be picking.