Aquapac’s new case gives iPad users waterproof protection

Waterproof Case for iPad® allows tablet use at the beach, the pool – even under water

LONDON – Apple’s ingenious iPad is used virtually everywhere these days, but Aquapac’s new use-through, 100% waterproof case for the multi-use computer allows iPad users to venture forth with their tablets into new aquatic arenas – from beaches, pools, boats and bathtubs.

Today, Aquapac, award-winning manufacturers of waterproof cases and dry bags, introduces a new waterproof case designed specifically for iPads – just in time to allow Spring Breakers, mid-winter beach vacationers and those who live seaside year round to procure added protection for their multi-use tablets.

The new 100% waterproof case (MSRP $60) comes with a 3.5mm nickel-plated headphone socket, LENZFLEX™ optically clear front and back windows and it allows use of both cameras. The Multi-Touch screen, Wi-Fi and 3G all work normally through the case. The case’s seams are high frequency welded to form a super-strong bond and the entire case is backed by Aquapac’s full 5-year warranty.

“Our new Waterproof Case for iPad® is built to allow people to take their iPad fifteen feet underwater if they so desire,” said Tim Turnbull, CEO of Aquapac. “What we expect is iPad users will find the case exceptionally useful in providing protection from water, sand and dirt at the beach or pool. We expect people will relish the opportunity to watch a movie or read while soaking in the tub. It’s also perfect for those who need to take their iPads on a boat, whether it’s for navigation on a yacht or a paddling trip.”

Aquapac also makes 100% waterproof headphones designed to work in conjunction with the new case ($45).

ABOUT AQUAPAC:Aquapac ( is a London-based company, with U.S. headquarters in East Norwich, N.Y.It produces 100% waterproof, 100% use-through cases that create a virtual second skin for personal electronics, photography equipment, maps, documents and other essential items. Follow Aquapac on Facebook and on Twitter (@Aquapac). And please remember, iPad® is a trademark of Apple Inc.

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