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Plano Waterproof Stowaway Utility Boxes

   

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

3743

  • $14.99

  • SKU: 2052080

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

3440

  • $7.49

  • SKU: 1747930

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

3540

  • $7.99

  • SKU: 1747931

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

3640

  • $9.99

  • SKU: 1747932

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

3740

  • $12.49

  • SKU: 1747933

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

3741

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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.

  • Waterproof for optimal protection
  • Dri-Loc O-ring seal
  • 3 tight-sealing, cam-action latches
  • Ideal for holding a number of small items

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 1-3 adjustable compartments.
Model 3743 has 4-15 adjustable compartments. Great for large crankbaits.

Plano Waterproof Stowaway Utility Boxes 4.5 5 35 35
High Expectations - Low Quality I was so excited to try these. I needed a new watertight jig box to keep water OUT, and one for plastics without bags to keep moisture IN. The product looks great, and feels great - but as you can see in my images, the plastic has cracked on the top of one... I've had this for less than 2 months, AND it's been in the garage. I am really, really disappointed in the quality of the product I received. There is such potential with this concept. I always default to buying Plano - but at this point I'm looking for alternatives. Very disappointed. July 18, 2013
Stays Dry I started organizing my fishing compartments on my boat. I bet I had 200 bags of soft plastics in the boat. When I removed all the bags some had gotten water in them and I had to throw them away. Since then I have purchased 15 of the Plano Waterproof Stowaway boxes and have organized my soft plastics in them by type. The great thing about them is that the latches are heavy duty and they have a very tight water seal with a gasket. I fished a couple of days last week and it was so easy to get baits out . I even marked on the top edge of each box what was in it so I could see it before I removed the box from the copartment. There great. March 29, 2011
Good but... As a kayak fisherman I got two of these to keep my tackle dry should I flip over. In theory that's great but Plano needs to address the issue of tying these down so they're easier to access. Right now, the box does keep my gear dry however there's nowhere to put a D-ring to hold it onto my kayak so I guess if I flip out I'll at least be able to see it floating and recover it. That's my only complaint with this. The first generation ones had a lip that a D ring could be put on with using a drill bit that didn't compromise the integrity of the waterproof compartment. This newer slimmer design doesn't afford that option. March 1, 2011
Perfect Yak box I am a yak fisherman exclusively and this is the perfect yak box for me. The latches make it a bit of work to get in and out of but it is watertight, the baits are clearly visible though the sides and it fits just right in my crate. Wish I had tried this box before I bought the others that I have. As the others fail they will get replaced with this box. November 3, 2014
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Does o-ring stay in place?

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I quit buying these boxes several years ago because the o-rings would fall out of the lid within 1 or 2 seasons. I'm curious if they've changed the design in any way to avoid that problem.
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I've never had that problem on my models, but I haven't owned any of the older models to see if it has changed or not. I've owned my 5 Plano Waterproof tackle boxes for a year now, and all of them are working fine
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The o-ring has stayed in place for me and I have had my box for a while now.
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They are advertised as waterproof with •Dri-Loc™ O-ring seal and the reviews are good so maybe they have been improved.
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Absolutely. I have not had any issues with water getting into this box.
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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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