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Rain proof handphone pouch on handle bar?


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Hi all. My brother has been doing delivery work in the rain lately and he have problem accessing his phone when his phone and/or fingers are wet. Do you guys have any good recommendation? Would like to get one for him.

Those pouches with zip tend to get condensation inside or water sips in (low quality)

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@Jason Jace Ang i keep a bag of these in my topbox.. when raining i just use place my phone inside these reusable sealable plastic bags, and just put the phone onto the mounts.. cheap and good. but nowadays most phones are waterproof to a certain degree so probably my next phone i won't need to do this anymore.

 

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On 1/16/2021 at 4:53 PM, Xmaxer said:

@Jason Jace Ang i keep a bag of these in my topbox.. when raining i just use place my phone inside these reusable sealable plastic bags, and just put the phone onto the mounts.. cheap and good. but nowadays most phones are waterproof to a certain degree so probably my next phone i won't need to do this anymore.

 

100Pcs Reusable Zip Lock Clear Plastic Seal Packaging Bag For Candy Nut  Food Storage(13 x 19cm) | Lazada

Thank you for your reply. It is true that most phones are waterproof already..this is more of touching it while hands and surface are wet.. usually u accidentally touch something else.. i.e close the map

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my problem is with mud usually.. not so much water.. lol. riding gloves and a damp towel kept on the handlebar is useful to wipe off any excessive water or mud..

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