DryBox Saves Your Phone, Should You Drop it in Water
Article by George Norman
On 16 May 2014
Should you somehow manage to drop your phone in water, get it to a DryBox Rescue Station as quickly as possible! You see, the patent-pending DryBox system will completely dry your phone in a matter of minutes. The DryBox chamber removes moisture at a molecular level and gets your phone to work again.


With summer around the corner, chances are you’ll want to cool off at a pool. What if you somehow manage to drop your phone in the water? What will you do to make it work again? Here’s an answer!

First up, you must try to remove the battery – if possible. Water, electronics, and electricity do not play nice together. It is best to remove the phone’s battery if it gets wet. It is not advisable to try to turn on your phone or try to charge it. This may cause further damage to your device.

Next up, you must get your wet phone (and charger) to a DryBox Rescue Station. Your phone will be placed in a drying chamber and will be subjected to a process that removes moisture at the molecular level. Or to put it in layman’s terms, Drybox will thoroughly dry your phone and get it back to functioning order in a matter of minutes (about 30 minutes to be more precise).

DryBox isn’t limited to phones. It was initially developed to rescue phones, that is true. But the simple fact of the matter is that DryBox can dry any small electronic device: iPod, MP3 music player, digital camera, GPS device, key fob, and so on.

According to David Naumann, Managing Partner at DryBox, if you bring in your wet device within 36 hours of getting wet, the chances of rescuing the device are over 70%.

Find out if a DryBox Rescue Station is near your location by visiting the official DryBox website.

Tags: DryBox, smartphone, wet, dry, technology, save, rescue
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