kayaking with the orange RokPak Pioneer Series

Difficulties of keeping your electronics dry while kayaking

 Kayaking is an outdoor activity where you are completely surrounded by water, so you are bound to get wet. Also its not so easy getting in and out of the water without staying 100% dry. There is also the occasional flipping of the kayak when getting in our out which causes a lot of laughter from your friends at first, but panic when you aren’t sure if your phone has found the bottom of the lake and all of your contacts and pictures from the day are lost forever.


Enter RokPak, a Kayaking enthusiasts most prized possession out on the water

  • Waterproof storage that floats
  • 2 USB ports inside so you can charge your phone while you are on the water and even a friends phone simultaneously
  • Included buckle strap and carabineer allow you to secure to your kayak or even yourself
  • Water activated LED SOS flashlight just in case you need help
  • Backup solar power built right in, so no need to set up or plug in a solar panel
  • 4-function LED flashlight that features a low and high intensity display, one that pulsates as well as the SOS feature.

All these make RokPak the ultimate companion whilst kayaking!

RokPak is designed to safely house your smartphone and other electronic devices (protecting them from water damage whilst kayaking). Don’t forget about your car keys or wallet too, they do not float, so if a plastic bag is your current form of protection, you might want to upgrade to a RokPak Pioneer Series before you learn this lesson the hard way.

Not only does RokPak keep them dry and ensure their safety it also acts a protection from sand and dirt when launching into the water or packing up for the day. Things tent to fall when you are trying to get in our out of the water, so RokPak will even protect your things inside from drops.

The RokPak is able to provide charge for any USB device including phones, cameras or action cameras like a GoPro so you don’t miss a moment! I always keep spare GoPro batteries charging inside my RokPak, so switching out the battery is painless. The one that was dead is now recharging so its perfect. Also remember that internal battery is 12,000 mAh so you can get a lot of power out of one full charge.

Our happy customers have told us of their experiences, and the consensus is that their friends are all jealous once they learn about the RokPak. It is a great tool that was born out of necessity for outdoor enthusiasts all over the world, especially kayakers! There was nothing like it on the market and after losing a few iPhones, we took to action and created this amazing piece of gear known as the RokPak. Family and friends that enjoy kayaking or any water activity for that matter really appreciate the RokPak and can’t imagine being on the water without one.

So what are you waiting for? Get your kayak on with RokPak, the ultimate kayaking companion!


32 thoughts on “Difficulties of keeping your electronics dry while kayaking

  1. john KENNEDY says:

    great idea for my kayak…thanks.

  2. Aaron says:

    Nice for boating too

  3. JC says:


  4. James Bice says:

    I wish I had a rok pak when I was canoeing with a friend. Everything was going well until I lost my balance and swampped the boat in the middle of the river; far from the bank. I lost most of the gear.

  5. Brandon Lytle says:

    Great product.

  6. Perhaps it’s possibly perfect portable power. RokPak

  7. Bryce S-H says:

    It would be great in any situation.

  8. Herbert Broughton says:

    Good to have I.C.E.

  9. James Bice says:

    RokPak is a must have!

  10. john KENNEDY says:


  11. Kris Palmer says:

    I know it is designed to float, but what is the waterproof depth if it is trapped in a pack or other equipment and submerged?

    1. RokPak says:

      The Pioneer Series is designed to meet IP67 waterproof standards which means it can be submerged up to 1 meter for up to 30 minutes.

  12. Joe says:

    Would Love one of these. Hooray for Giveaways !

  13. gunner miller says:

    I wonder how leaving it in a hot car could effect the gasket or shell of the device. In Tennessee that is an issue/.

  14. Great waterproof power supply. Love that it’s also a drybox

  15. stephen lueckert says:


  16. Would definitely like to have one. Never know when an emergency arrives and you got no power.

  17. Herbert Broughton says:

    Good to have I.C.E. gear,

  18. john KENNEDY says:


  19. curtis hartwell says:

    It’s true: a “waterproof” rating – – over 15,000 – – is very hard to get! Rokpak must have done a lot of development.

  20. Jonathon Harp says:

    I’m in the market for a kayak.
    Now in the market for this as well!

  21. Mark says:

    To kayak and keep your electronics dry you must have waterproof container

  22. Herbert Broughton says:

    Good to have I.C.E. gear.

  23. Steve Grant says:

    Wow, it floats! Really nice for kayaking or canoeing. For now I use a dry sack and it’s s bit of a hassle to fish through to get my cell phone. So I like this feature of the Rokpak.

  24. Gary says:

    If I did kayaking, it would perfect. I will have to use it when camping instead 🙂

  25. Karmus says:

    Such a clever invention! I have seen videoes with other kayak sailors having big solar panels with battery boxes fixed to their hulls, but this makes solar charging so much simpler for everyday people 🙂

  26. Brent Potaczek says:

    That is a great idea, I just got a fishing kayak,

  27. Ryan says:

    Love to test it

  28. gunner miller says:

    The waterproofing is a nice touch I do not see on a lot of roll-up solar systems

  29. Stephen Hamm says:

    If I get a fishing kayak, I will be getting a RokPak so I have a waterproof powerpack for my portasble electronics

  30. UrbanJoe says:

    Great for Trout fishing on streams Without worrying about getting your powerpack wet!!

  31. Josh Whorton says:

    If it can keep your phone safe when kayaking, the RokPak must be good to go for just about any activity.

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