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There are special cases called BeachBuoy.

They claim that the cases are waterproof for at least pone hour at five meters depth and are certified IP57/IP58 (for me this sounds like about one meter, still plenty for a bathtub).

I am not really sure if I would really trust it, but since it is certified it is probably fine. Especially when you only use it in a bathtub where it will probably only get some splashes of water and a little foam.

There are special cases called BeachBuoy.

They claim that the cases are waterproof for at least p hour at five meters depth and are certified IP57/IP58 (for me this sounds like about one meter, still plenty for a bathtub).

I am not really sure if I would really trust it, but since it is certified it is probably fine. Especially when you only use it in a bathtub where it will probably only get some splashes of water and a little foam.

There are special cases called BeachBuoy.

They claim that the cases are waterproof for at least one hour at five meters depth and are certified IP57/IP58 (for me this sounds like about one meter, still plenty for a bathtub).

I am not sure if I would really trust it, but since it is certified it is probably fine. Especially when you only use it in a bathtub where it will probably only get some splashes of water and a little foam.

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There are special cases called BeachBuoy.

They claim that the cases are waterproof for at least p hour at five meters depth and are certified IP57/IP58 (for me this sounds like about one meter, still plenty for a bathtub).

I am not really sure if I would really trust it, but since it is certified it is probably fine. Especially when you only use it in a bathtub where it will probably only get some splashes of water and a little foam.