Mailport December 2013 Issue

Mailport: December 2013

Electronics Raincoat

I came across a product that is something PS readers would probably like to have you test: Liquipel. It is an aftermarket process where a carbon-based hydrophobic gas is injected into and onto a device, and Liquipel (www.liquipel.com) claims it becomes “100 percent waterproof.” Any chance you can check it out for us?

Ken Beiser
Former owner and captain
Moonshadow II, 1978 Baba 30

Having electronics covered and injected with a waterproof coating is certainly an interesting concept as an alternative to waterproof cases likes those we tested for smart phones and digital tablets (PS, November 2012). We’ll look into testing it, but we'd like to hear from any reader who has tried it; email practicalsailor@belvoirpubs.com.

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Posted by: Greatland Laser | January 17, 2014 2:13 PM    Report this comment

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