Waterproof iPhone Case Floating Lanyard

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  • Durable ripstop nylon.
  • Adjustable wrist strap.
  • Quick access clasp.
  • Easy to attach to case.
  • Exceeds Military Standard MIL-STD 810G-516.6

Product Details

Designed to keep your waterproof gear, device or any attached items afloat, supporting up to 250g (0.55lb).

No matter how waterproof your case is, it does not matter if it’s lost on the bottom of the ocean or lake. You’d be surprised at how quickly things can get lost. This floating lanyard is designed to comfortably fit any wrist size and its buoyancy will ensure that it stays floating on the surface of the water if you become separated from your device. This accessory gives you extra peace of mind knowing that you won’t lose your phone even in open water.

*Note: Catalyst Case and iPhone not included.


iPhone Photos and Videos from the Water to the Slopes
"This little baby has changed my relationship with my iPhone for good. One huge benefit of turning your iPhone into a waterproof camera is that all your favorite photography apps are available right away. These photos were taken and edited using the Camera+ iPhone app. Collages were assembled and shared on Facebook within minutes. Catalyst makes a waterproof case for all models of the iPhone and a brilliant floating lanyard accessory that attaches to the case. I didn’t even know how useful it would be to have a floating lanyard until I had one. It prevents your phone from falling when you are in a precarious situations. Such as when you’re on a ski lift or riding down at breakneck speed trying to video your daredevil honey zipping down the mountain. If it falls into water, it will float. Think of how “nice” it would be to dive into an icy lake to retrieve your iPhone while paddle boating with a rowdy toddler. Next, think of all the amazing photos you’ve missed because you wanted to protect your $999 iPhone."