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Kensington EVAP water Rescue Pouch - iPhone/iPod/Smartphone emergency rescue system £4.95 @ morgancomputers
Kensington EVAP water Rescue Pouch - iPhone/iPod/Smartphone emergency rescue system £4.95 @ morgancomputers

Kensington EVAP water Rescue Pouch - iPhone/iPod/Smartphone emergency rescue system £4.95 @ morgancomputers

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75% Saving on a very useful piece of kit that can save some of your tech from water damage before it's too late. Supposedly 7X more effective than rice for absorbing moisture. Save more money as you buy more pouches.
£2 cheaper than Amazon Prime equivalent. If you prefer the safetynet tho here's the link: amazon.co.uk/Ken…uch

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Studies show that 2 of 3 people will get their smartphone wet. For a fraction of the cost or a new one, you can rescue your wet electronics with the Kensington EVAP kit. EVAP contains a unique drying agent that safely removes the moisture from sensitive electronics preventing damage while restoring use -- fast!

There are no current solutions that are 100% effective. Change the outcome of your next accident with EVAP, engineering new outcomes for tomorrow's water accidents.

Rescue your wet electronics before it´s too late!
700% more effective at removing moisture than rice
For best results allow 6-24 hours and simply wait for the humidity indicator to signal that it´s ready

7 Comments


"Studies show that 2 of 3 people will get their smartphone wet "

Not believing that for a second !

Is this the same as one on dragons den?

stick it in a bowl of rice

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extonjoe

stick it in a bowl of rice



I did that but it just made my iPhone oily and smell of prawns and soya sauce.

whizzkid1

"Studies show that 2 of 3 people will get their smartphone wet "Not … "Studies show that 2 of 3 people will get their smartphone wet "Not believing that for a second !

Shows how good the vibrating function is.

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Save 50p with 10% code. Type: PCD66

I used a hairdryer which seemed to work?
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