Protect Your Phone With the ALPS OutdoorZ Transporter

More than once out hunting I've wanted to smack myself upside the head for not having something as simple yet smart as the ALPS Outdoorz Transporter for my phone.
Protect Your Phone With the ALPS OutdoorZ Transporter

 

More than once out hunting I've wanted to smack myself upside the head for not having something as simple yet smart as the ALPS Outdoorz Transporter for my phone.

The ALPS Transporter weighs just ounces and will protect your phone from the elements even if it's in your jacket pocket or backpack while hunting. (Photo: Alan Clemons)

This nifty outdoors accessory is designed to protect smartphones from water and other elements that can damage it, such as sand or mud. The Transporter has an IPX7 waterproof rating thanks to the clear, soft TPU material it's made from. It weighs next to nothing. I can't tear the one I have with my hands. They're doggone tough.

Simply slide in a phone, secure the locking mechanism — it's similar (but much better!) to the Ziploc bag seal — and you're done. I have tried to shake mine hard enough to get the phone to come out and it won't happen. I can't shake it or sling it open once sealed. I've also slammed it into the couch and dropped it in the yard. Nada, zilch, zero, nyet. No problems.

The Transporter has a clear front screen so you can use the phone while it's protected. I haven't had any problems getting into any of the apps on my phone, editing photos or anything else. However, with solid back of the Transporter hides the camera lens so you won't be able to take photos or video while using it.

An adjustable SR buckle lets you hook it to a belt loop, bag, inside a backpack or almost anywhere.

The Transporter retails for $12.99 and is a pretty cool accessory to have when you're out in the elements chasing coyotes, foxes, bobcats or other predators this season.

Featured image: Alan Clemons

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