Best Dry Box For A Kayak

The best dry box for a kayak needs to be able to carry a whole lot of a kayaker's equipment. It needs to be an all-purpose dry box, too, showing properties of being rugged, waterproof and being built to last.

  1. Pelican 1120 Dry Box. This dry box for a kayak is said to be the best on the entire market. That is because it features a system called Pluck N Fit foam that lets you arrange your box the way you want for your equipment. Its ABS plastic case is also crush-proof, and the whole dry box is dustproof, waterproof and airtight.
  2. Pelican 1200 Dry Box. A more superior model than the one above, this dry box for a kayak is available in different colors and comes with a lifetime guarantee against breaking. Additionally, the built-in, pressure surge valve called the O-Ring ensures that there will be fast equalization after switches in temperature.
  3. Pelican 1400 Pelicase. This dry box for a kayak by Pelican is made especially to guard sensitive gear like cameras and other electronics. With a lightweight and structural resin, this dry box is designed to keep your things safe at depths of up to one meter for up to 30 minutes.
  4. OtterBox 1000. The OtterBox 1000 is a value-priced dry box that still gets the job done. It is almost indestructible thanks to its fiberglass-resin case, and it is capable of floating while being leakproof to a startling 100 feet. With its nylon lanyard, you may even wear it around your neck if you so desire.



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