Plano® Waterproof Stowaway® Utility Boxes

   

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14" x 9" x 2-7/8"

3743

7-3/8" x 4-1/2" x 1-3/4"

3440

9-1/8" x 4-7/8" x 1-1/2"

3540

10-3/4" x 7-1/4" x 1-3/4"

3640

14" x 9" x 1-7/8"

3740

14" x 9" x 2-7/8"

3741

  • Waterproof for optimal protection
  • Dri-Loc O-ring seal
  • 3 tight-sealing, cam-action latches
  • Ideal for holding a number of small items
Get organized! Plano's Waterproof StowAway Utility Boxes feature a Dri-Loc O-ring seal and 3 tight-sealing, cam-action latches. They're ideal for holding a number of items: hooks, sinkers, jigs, plastic worms, crankbaits, and more. Made in USA.

Model 3440 offers a single compartment and is perfect for phones and other small valuables.
Model 3540 features 3-17 adjustable compartments.
Model 3640 features 5-18 adjustable compartments.
Model 3740 includes extra long bulk storage and features 4-23 adjustable compartments.
Model 3741 is great for large items and features 1-4 adjustable compartments.
Model 3743 has 4-15 adjustable compartments. Great for large crankbaits.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 35 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Keeps the water out Very handy for ice fishing lures. The seal in the lid keep excess water away from the lures. March 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great boxes Nice deep boxes. Waterproof. Holds a lot of bags of soft plastics. I usually pull out the dividers for easier bait storage. March 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very good tackle box I have several of these and they work very well. The latches are secure and the O ring seals keep the water out. If you want a waterproof tackle storage box look no further March 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect for xtra lg Cranks 10XD 3743 is made perfect for those extra large cranks like the Strike King 10XD 2 per row. 8 per box. March 1, 2014
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Not in hot sun. The air inside expands and breaks the seal. The purging valve found in Pelican case products is far batter.
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As long as the seal is kept clean, this box with its locking latches will keep contents dry when submerged.
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Yes I would since I've already completely submerged this box and know it will keep everything dry and safe.
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No. It would probably sink out of sight,anyway. I don't think rain or spray would get in, though.
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It has dividers and you won't fit a cellphone or wallet in it. I would say fully submerged just below surface for short period you would be fine. The deeper its submerged the more pressure so it may not hold up. Put phone in bag with silica gel packets inside the container to guarantee its safety!
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actually i have put my iphone and my moms iphone and some cash in it and submerged it just to prove a point. so yes i would feel comfortable doing that.
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It'll float. The box also seals in air, however; Plano makes waterproof boxes specifically the size of a smartphone for that purpose.
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Yes i would definitely feel safe putting my phone in this box. Airtight seal and doesnt leak.
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I would totally feel comfortable leaving your phone in the box. I have tested the ability of keeping water out of the box myself for my own personal self assurance. If you don't believe me try it yourself
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