- Fishing Permits
- Registration documents
If disaster strikes, how organised are you with your important documents? It doesn't take much time but if you've got just a few photo copies of insurance papers, birth certificates, bank account details and other bits and pieces ready to go in a waterproof document holder, you could save a whole bunch of time and effort down the track. What if an afternoon thunderstorm ripped part of your roof off or a cyclone approaches and all your documents in the filing cabinet were ruined? What if there was a house or bushfire and during fire fighting efforts your documents were ruined?Any number of scenarios could play out but one thing is for sure, if you're prepared beforehand you are going to reduce stress and chaos after the disaster strikes. If you haven't got a waterproof document holder, you're not prepared!
- Size: 5” x 7” (12.5 x 18 cm)
- Strong vinyl pouch with hook and loop Velcro® closure
After enclosing your items in the pouch. use the seams as a guide to fold over the top of the pouch three times.If folded properly, the two hook-and-loop strips will be aligned and facing each-other.Firmly press the hook-and-loop strips together to seal the pouch.
Caution: These bags were not designed or intended for submerged use. They are intended to keep gear dry in conditions such as rain, heavy dews, spray or splashing. Properly closed it will also keep water out in a quick immersion. Do not store electrical, photographic, or optical equipment in these bags as damage to these types of items could result.
Aus Post Postage & Handling - $8.50
P&H Australia Post