Thirsty Bag

 
 

Thirsty Bag

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Product Details

Features

Features

The Thirsty Bag is a liquid absorption bag designed to dry all the water out of your phone after it gets wet, protecting it from liquid damage.

The Thirsty Bag needs to be used directly after an accident. Buy it now, and be ready for the worst.

  • Save your important contacts, pictures, and files.
  • Molecular Sieve packets will prevent further liquid damage.
  • Protect your iPhone, camera, 3DS, cellphone, iPod, and all other personal electronics.
  • Small portable design.
  • Packets can also be used to dry larger devices like when placed in a separate sealed bag.
  • The Thirsty Bag will dry your cellphone, but is a not guaranteed fix for liquid damage.
  • The purer the water your device got wet with, the better. Minerals, chemicals, and other residue in the liquid will get left behind and can still cause issues in the future. Consult with a repair professional about disassembling and cleaning residue from your device.
 

Repair Stories

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My Problem

Haha... there was no problem... or to be more accurate there is not only one specific problem. I fix everything needs fixing all the time. I also love DIY things for my needs. So I better have all available tools handy in my collection.

I am a communication designer and a design thinker. For me . . .

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My Problem

In late January I was happily enjoying an OJ slushy, reading my iPad, when the bottom of the my favorite old plastic cup gave way -- dumping OJ and ice all over my iPad! I quickly wiped it off, seemingly no harm done -- the liquid sensors were not triggered -- phew -- and the thing still worked! Bu . . .

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My Problem

Water was spilled onto the camera when sitting with the retracted lens pointing towards the ceiling.

My Fix

I first removed the camera outer shells on front and back and removed the battery and attempted to air dry the camera. When the camera was operated the lens would not retract back to the camera body . . .

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My Problem

The phone get wet. I turn off my device and I put it in rice. I order a pack of 5 thirsty bags. The service is incredibly fast. When i got them i put my device into the bag and seal it for 24 hours.

My Fix

When I ck my iphone 24 hours later start working again!!!!! Right now I don't have problems with my d . . .

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My Problem

This is not one problem - it is a past problem, a current problem, and likely a future problem. Last Fall I got a call from my 20 yr. old son at college "I dropped my iPhone in the toilet!" I did not want to know how or why - too much info. He had no magic bag of rice, so used Easymac instead. While . . .

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My Problem

My daughter dropped her iPod, denting the corner and shattering the screen.

My Fix

Used the iFixit guide for this repair and ordered the replacement front panel assembly. I took my time and reviewed the guide steps multiple times. Once I got the broken panel off, I took a break and basked in my success th . . .

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My Problem

My IPhone fell out of my pocket and into a shallow stream while I was camping. I picked it up right away. A friend of mine, who is always prepared, had a Thirsty Bag handy.

My Fix

We followed the directions on the bag, dried it off, turned the phone off, took it out of the case and put it in the Thirsty Bag . . .

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My Problem

I splashed the tiniest splash of hard cider from a bottle I almost knocked over but grabbed at the last moment. The laptop seemed fine... until about 12 hours later, when it ran out of battery. Dead, dead.

My Fix

I got the clue it might be the MagSafe board from a few blog posts here and there, I took the w . . .

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