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This is the fake campfire that started it all – so realistic that the fire department has even been called in while using it! Engage your audience with multiple senses – sight, sound, and smell. Free instructions.
This 25L backback is meant to be used as a drybag when canoeing or kayaking. So I decided to put it to the test. First I placed a 25 pound anvil in the bottom of the backpack to make sure it would sink to the bottom and get completely submerged, as if I was canoeing and the boat flipped. Next, I put in a roll of toilet paper so i would be able to see if it got wet. Then, I placed the pack in my hot tub. Immediately, I could see air bubble starting to come up, which I knew wasn’t good. The reason is that the zippers allow water to leak through.For this to truleybe a waterproof backpack that is capable of replacing a drybag, It need to have the same type of closure as a drybag. Zippers, by design will never be completely waterproof. You can see this in the image below. On the other hand, this is a decent bag. If you are hiking in raining conditions, or even if you live in a humid climate like Seattle and want to use this to carry your school lsupplieson a rainy day, it would be a good ...