Rated 3.5 out of 5★ by 4reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5★ by CanyonFreak82 Excellent Dry Bag for the price I used this dry bag in a canyon and it held up just fine. The quality didn't seem all that great and I don't think I'd trust it with a 2000$ camera or anything, but as a cheap way to keep your clothes dry on a day trip where it isn't crucial that your stuff stays dry you can't beat the price. 07/21/2012
Rated 5 out of 5★ by RugerRedhawk Great bag, works perfectly and very solid material This is the best stuff sack for a sleeping bag I've used. The fact that it will keep it dry is merely a nice bonus to tell you the truth. It compresses clothes, sleeping bags, pillows, etc so well. I didn't submerge it, but after a wet ride in a boat everything in the bags was bone dry. For this price I'll be buying more, and probably the bigger one too. 09/24/2012
Rated 1 out of 5★ by emilio2 Leaks -- not tight No matter how tight you roll the top, it still leaks. Don't like it at all. 08/25/2013
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Ourtdoors Not 100% waterproof but it does a good job I use and review many different typs of water sport accessories from paddles, to drybags. This dry bag is a good product for the money. I would recommend it.However: It is not 100% waterproof. Even if closed properly. This bag is clearly labeled on the bag that it is not intended for total submersion. If you flip your boat over your items might get wet. I tested this bag with a roll of toilet paper and fully submerged it and held it for a good 30 seconds. The average kayak or canoe once flipped upside down will stay that way for at least 30 seconds before someone has the chance to flip it back up.When i took it out the roll was mostly dry with just a few wet spots. This bag would be perfect for splashes or rain.Overall it is a great bag and i would recommend it as long as people know that it is not 100% waterproof and plan accordingly on what they put in it. 06/16/2014