Weatherproof Products for Boaters

Press Release
Thursday, January 31, 2013
List of Weather Resistant Products: Image credit Nap Tags

Top 21 weatherproof products of 2013 that remain unaffected by the weather listed by Nap Tags.

From a laptop that sustains water jets to anodized aluminum tags that last 20 years in sea salt, these cutting-edge weatherproof products stand up to just about anything.

NapTags is a manufacturer of all types of metal tags, including those that withstand all types of harsh weather outdoors, are chemical-resistant and can endure very high temperatures. Our Aluma-Tough anodized aluminum tags last 20+ years outside , including in marine environments and other extreme elements.

Ranging from quirky to practical, these products were carefully selected as shining examples of how technology makes everyday products better, and people’s lives easier:

#1 Aluma-Tough anodized aluminim tags
#2 iGauge weatherproof paper 

#3 Motorola MT352TPR two-way radio
#4 Samsung night-vision camera
#5 Casio Dive watch 

#6 Gore-Tex clothing 

#7 Baby stroller rain cover
#8 Barracuda LCD monitor
#9 FujiFilm XP100 digital camera
#10 Sangean shower radio 

#11 Sunforce battery charger 

#12 Wet Circuit plug strip 

#13 Ted Baker Party Animal Tuxedo 

#14 Belkin washable computer mouse 

#15 Metal roofing
#16 Sony Xperia Arco S cell phone 

#17 Dosh wallet 

#18 Getac B300 laptop 

#19 FrontGate Scuba MP3 player 

#20 Rand McNally Microfiber map 

#21 Cardo cycling Bluetooth system

This list was assembled by NapTags as a service to people who need outdoor products.
 


 

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