Waterproof Cast, Bandage or Prosthetic Protector by DRYPro

May 29, 2013

Submersible Waterproof Cast Cover

cast at the beach

Dry Pro was developed by the orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Roy Arch. Dry Pro is the only waterproof cast, bandage or prosthetic protector that allow you to be totally submerged under water! That’s right. UNDERWATER. You can even go snorkeling with your cast on and feel totally protected! Dry Pro is made of a thick, surgical latex material that’s durable and has a non-skid sole.

Vacuum sealed and airtight, you can enjoy swimming, diving, bathing, showering, even wash your car or dog! Couldn’t participate in all those other fun activities because you tried the less expensive plastic covers that are cumbersome, too much of a hassle to put on, or don’t provide a tight seal? Well, now patients enjoy healing with hydrotherapy, amputees are allowed to boat, swim and be water bound, and even diabetics enjoy the pleasures of being in the water again while staying absolutely dry!

What’s more, even bathing or showering gives you a firm grip handling soap or shampoo bottles, and the non-skid sole on the Dry Pro allows you to walk around the shower or climb the pool ladder without any thought of slipping! Walk on your deck in total confidence that you’re safe from falling on wet, slippery surfaces, and totally protected from the splash on water.

“I would like to say that we are very glad that we had the Dry Pro case, as it saved our summer. “



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