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GoPro HERO3 Floaty Back Door

April 23, 2015 - Comment

Easy to spot flotation backdoor keeps your HD HERO camera afloat. Product Features Industrial strength 3M adhesive backing attaches the float directly to the HD HERO waterhousing backdoor. Great for snorkeling, scuba diving, surfing, wakeboarding and any other deep water activity. You don’t have to worry about losing your camera in the water. Related

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Easy to spot flotation backdoor keeps your HD HERO camera afloat.

Product Features

  • Industrial strength 3M adhesive backing attaches the float directly to the HD HERO waterhousing backdoor.
  • Great for snorkeling, scuba diving, surfing, wakeboarding and any other deep water activity.
  • You don’t have to worry about losing your camera in the water.

Comments

Misterferne says:

Works great. I had this on my GoPro when I bungee jumped off a 190′ bridge over a river.Unfortunately for me the camera (mount and all) popped off my helmet and is gone forever.The good news is, the camera stayed afloat. We could see it clearly from the bridge deck(190′)floating on down the river.

Sandor D. Lengyel "highsierrabear" says:

A must for surfers. Saved my GoPro (twice)! The Floaty Back Door has saved my GoPro twice while surfing. It works and floats as advertised. Once the surfboard mount came off in overhead surf. The other time I didn’t have the camera clipped into the bracket all the way. Note that if the camera is going through the washing machine, it may take a few seconds to come back to the surface.

Davey B. "Gadget Geek" says:

If you’re going into the water, this is some great cheap insurance for added peace of mind I recently went white water rafting with my for the first time, and I bought this as cheap insurance in case the tour outfit’s pre-installed mounts happened to come loose from my helmet or I smacked heads with someone in the boat and knocked it off. After having a friend lose her GoPro in a lake when its suction-mount failed, I wasn’t about to risk it. 

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