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Features

Dry Pro Waterproof Cast Protector

  • Completely waterproof
  • Bathe or swim with dry confidence
  • Great for casts, bandages or prostheses
  • Due to often short recovery times & hygienic reasons the Dry Pro™ Waterproof Cast Protector is non-returnable
  • Contains Latex

Product Overview

Dry Pro Waterproof Cast Protector

Dry Pro Waterproof Cast Protector


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Never has such a simple product changed the quality of life for so many people.

If you have a cast, wound care bandage, limb prosthesis, PICC (Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter) or IV line that is keeping you from bathing or swimming – worry no longer, your problem has been solved by DryPro.

You can now have waterproof protection with confidence. Dry Pro™ is made of surgical latex material and features a series of products to cover casts, wound bandages, prostheses, PICCs and will soon have a cover for ostomy stomas. The cast/wound care protectors completely cover the hand or foot to above the cast, bandage area or prosthesis. The PICC product covers from mid arm, over the elbow, to mid bicep. The prosthesis covers the complete leg prosthesis much like the cast protector but is made of a different material and color .

Dry Pro™ offers the only leg and arm cast protection in the world with the patented vacuum seal to keep your bandage, cast or prosthesis dry. They are so completely and totally waterproof, between the waterproof latex and the vacuum seal, that you can even dive off a diving board or ride the ocean waves and still have your cast stay completely dry.

Features and Benefits of the DryPro cast protector:

  • The Dry Pro is easy to use. Slide the Dry Pro over the appendage and pump the air out by squeezing the built in pump until the bulb is flattened. Remove bulb and quickly cap the stem. The patient can go swimming, bathe, shower or receive hydrotherapy while wearing the sleeve. You can even dive off a diving board or ride the ocean waves. The protector cannot slip off! In fact it can’t even be pulled off when in the deflated state.
  • The Dry Pro is made of thick surgical latex that can stretch up to 600 percent without tearing. This durable product is comfortable and flexible and also features a Non-Skid Grid on the sole of the leg protector to prevent slipping.
  • Dry Pro, with the patented vacuum seal and Non-Skid Grid, offers the safest and most effective product on the market. Other cast cover products do not offer the same waterproof guarantee as the Dry Pro.
  • The Dry Pro is available in a variety of sizes designed to fit children as young as two years of age up to adults as tall as 6' 6".
  • The product is economical and priced comparably to other less durable products on the market.
  • Repeated leak-proof testing proves the reliability of the Dry Pro as the only truly waterproof protector. When applying the Dry Pro, the built-in pump flattens to indicate that the seal is intact and will not leak.
  • The Dry Pro offers prostheses wearers an alternative to removing the prosthesis during water activities.
  • The Dry Pro carries a one year guarantee.
  • The Dry Pro line contains LATEX. Anyone with latex allergies should not use this product.

DryPro Waterproof Cast Cover Measurements


Measuring Length from Tip of Middle Finger to end of Cast for your Dry Pro™ waterproof cast cover

1 - Measure for the length of the protector

ARM: Measure from the tip of the middle finger to the top end of the cast or prosthetic. (If the cast goes above the elbow, follow the bend of the arm to the top of the cast.) ADD 2 inches to your measurement to obtain the minimum protector length. If adding 2” places the measurement near the bend of the elbow, then measure to the mid bicep and use this final measurement. The protector will not seal properly if the end of the opening is at the elbow.

LEG: Measure from the back of the heel (from the floor) to the top end of the cast or prosthesis. ADD 2 inches to your measurement to obtain the minimum protector length. If adding 2” places the measurement near the bend of the knee, then measure to the mid thigh and use this final measurement. The protector will not seal properly if the end of the opening is at the knee.

Make sure to choose a Dry Pro™ length that will end up at least 2 inches above your cast but not stop at the bend of the elbow or knee.
Don't worry if the Dry Pro cover you need to choose is too long. The excess material of the cover will flatten down when the air is pumped out.

Measuring Circumference of limb for your Dry Pro™

2 - Measure for the opening size of the protector

ARM: Measure the circumference of the arm just above the cast or bandage. If you had to use a mid bicep measurement for length, then measure the circumference at mid bicep.

LEG: Measure the circumference of the leg just above the cast or bandage. If you had to use a mid thigh measurement for length, then measure the circumference at mid thigh.

Choose a Dry Pro™ cover that is at least 1 inch Smaller than your circumference measurement. Dry Pro™ arm and leg covers are designed to fit snugly, especially the opening at the end of the cover where the covers must remain sealed. To create a good vacuum seal the opening for your specific cast cover needs to be smaller than your limb.

Dry Pro™ Arm Cover Sizes

Dry Pro™ Arm Cast Covers in Sizes X-Small to Large and Small Half Arm to Medium Half Arm
Arm Cast Cover Style Model Length
in(cm)
Opening
in(cm)
X-Small FA-12 16 in (40 cm)
6 - 6.75 in (15-17 cm)

Small FA-14 23 in (58 cm)
6.75-8.75 in (17-22 cm)

Medium FA-16 28 in (71 cm)
8.75-10 in (22-25 cm)

Large FA-18 31.5 in (80 cm)
10 & up in (25+ cm)

Small Half Arm HA-13 17.5 in (44 cm)
7.75in (20-25 cm)

Half Arm HA-15 20 in (50 cm)
10 & up in (25+ cm)



Dry Pro™ Leg Cast Cover Sizes

Dry Pro™ Leg Cast Covers in Sizes X-Small to Large and Half Leg
Leg Cast Cover Style Model Length
in(cm)
Opening
in(cm)
X-Small FL-12 19 in (48 cm)
7.75-11 in (19-28 cm)

Small FL-14 29 in (74 cm)
14-16.5 in (35-41 cm)

Medium FL-16 33 in (83 cm)
16.5-21 in (41-53 cm)

Large FL-18 37 in (94 cm)
21 & up in (53+ cm)

Small Half Leg HL-13 21in (53cm)
10-13 in (25-33 cm)

Large Half Leg HL-15 23.5 in (60 cm)
13 & up in (33+ cm)


Instructions for Wearing the Dry Pro™


Waterproof Cast Cover and Wound Care Bandage Cover
Slide on the Dry Pro™ Cast and Bandage Cover 1. Slide on Dry Pro™ - Stretch on the Dry Pro™ waterproof bandage cover so that it completely covers the cast or bandage plus an additional inch. The top should be smooth against the skin. Be careful of sharp objects. A fingernail, sharp fiberglass threads on a cast, can rip the Dry Pro™ cast and bandage protector. Putting a soft ace bandage or a tube sock with the toe cut out over the fiberglass cast will help reduce sharp fiberglass threads from cutting into the Dry Pro™ waterproof bandage cover.
Pump out the Air on the Dry Pro™ Waterproof Clothing 2. Pump out the air - Continue to press the bulb until it remains flat and the Dry Pro™ waterproof clothing is completely wrinkled. Remove the pump and push on the safety cap. Observe the Dry Pro™ waterproof cast and bandage cover for a few minutes before going in the water. As long as the DryPro waterproof clothing stays collapsed and wrinkled, the vacuum is intact and the Dry Pro™ bandage protector cannot leak or come off.
Lift up the Cuff to let Air in and Slide off the Dry Pro™ Cast and Bandage Protector 3. Slide off - When you are done using the Dry Pro™ waterproof clothing, simply lift up the cuff to let the air back in. The Dry Pro™ waterproof bandage cover should now be loose. Simply slide it back off.
Note - Do not leave on for extended periods of time. We recommend removing it after every 45 minutes of use. Do not use in vascular compromised patients. Steady yourself in wet slippery areas. The Dry Pro™ cast and bandage protector contains natural rubber latex, which may cause allergic reactions. Always follow your doctor's advice.

Due to often short recovery times & hygienic reasons the Dry Pro™ Waterproof Cast Protector is non-returnable

Click here to see the Dry Pro™ PICC Cover
Click here to see the Dry Pro™ Leg Prosthesis Cover


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Dry Pro Waterproof Cast Protector

Full Arm - X-Small - $35.95

Half Arm - Small - $35.95

Full Leg - X-Small - $36.95

Full Arm - Small - $36.95

Half Arm - Large - $37.95

Half Leg - Small - $37.95

Full Arm - Medium - $37.95

Full Leg - Small - $37.95

Full Leg - Medium - $38.95

Half Leg - Large - $38.95

Full Arm - Large - $39.95

Full Leg - Large - $40.95



Dry Pro Waterproof Cast Protector Reviews Summary

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Average Rating
161 reviews
139 out of 159 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Lightweight (90)
Sturdy (85)
Safe (79)
Easy Storage (77)
Effective (25)
Top Cons

Bulky (11)
Flimsy (5)
Heavy (5)
None (4)
Unsafe (3)
Top Best Uses

Following Surgery (34)
Emergency (10)
Daily Use (9)
swimming (8)
Everyday (8)
1-5 of 161 reviews
1 2 3
I would buy this product again & again.

Pros:
Sturdy. Safe. Effective. Easy Storage. Good Value.
Best Uses:
Daily Use. in the shower. for swimming.
Describe Yourself:
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I am very happy with this product. I had a similar item that did not work well & was not long enough for me. I needed it to cover my prosthetic leg while on vacation so I could go swimming. It worked very well for me.

by Sharon from Freeport, IL
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Did the job well

Pros:
Sturdy. Effective.
Best Uses:
Daily Use.
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Parent.

We used this daily in the Atlantic Ocean and the product kept my daughter's cast totally dry.

by Concerned mom from Wilkes Barre, PA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 2 found this review helpful
Smaller than we thought

Pros:
Lightweight. Sturdy. Safe. Effective. Good Value.
Cons:
Smaller openin than state.
Best Uses:
Following Surgery.
Describe Yourself:
Parent.

Worked well after I cut the opening collar. It cut circulation to my daughter's arm, we measured her arm and used their chart for size. It was to small an opening. She couldn't wear it more than a few minutes. I cut off two inches of the collar, she loved it then, and it still was waterproof after all day at the beach or in the pool.

by Eronhc from Fairmont, WV
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Worth every penny!!

Pros:
Lightweight. Sturdy. Safe. Effective. Good Value.
Best Uses:
Everyday. Daily Use.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver.

My 5 year old broke her elbow just as we headed into summer- 6 weeks with a cast. We had trips to the beach, lake, and a backyard swimming pool that were calling her name. She can now shower and bathe along with everything else. I am so glad the nurse at the orthopedic's office told me about this product. It has been a lifesaver for our little swimmer. It has allowed her to do everything we had planned this summer. Grateful to the maker of this product. We have used it just to cover the cast when we just want to protect the cast like being around water or sand. If she is going to be submersed in water then we suck the air out. And it has worked better than I expected!!!

by Momma from CA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Contains Latex, Very Bulky[...] Verified Reviewer

Cons:
Heavy. Bulky. Unsafe.
Describe Yourself:
Medical Professional. Athletic.

Item is very bulky. It also contains latex which is problematic for many people. Latex needs to be prominently displayed in the product description. [...] contained latex; too bulky. And I cannot return it. Unacceptable.

by FamilyDoc from Bethesda, Maryland
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
1 out of 2 found this review helpful
1-5 of 161 reviews
1 2 3
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My son has a walking cast with a surgical boot, can he use the Drypro cast cover to walk on the beach and to go in the water?
Asked on Aug 26, 2013 1:25:24 PM by flower from ny
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The best money we ever spent, took granddaughter to water park for a week with the Waterproof Cast Protecter on her broken Leg it worked great had great vacation even with a broke leg.
Answered on Nov 20, 2013 5:46:58 PM by Nana from Ga
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Yes, the cast cover would be fine for use on the beach and for swimming. It keeps out water and sand beautifully. Just note that the cover will not fit over the walking boot too. It takes some effort to get it over the cast by itself, but this is because you need a good tight seal to have it work. Also, be aware that you'll need to remove it after an hour or two of wearing to give the skin a break where the top of the cast cover sits and let the skin breath.
Answered on Dec 3, 2013 8:10:36 PM by Elizabeth from Knoxville, TN
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Can this eliminate sand from entering the cast while swimming in the ocean? My daughter broke her wrist and has a waterproof gortex cast but was told no beach by doctor
Asked on Jul 13, 2013 1:28:57 PM by Dana from RI
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Will this cover fit over a removable walking cast?
Asked on May 24, 2013 11:49:26 AM by JustaMossmom from Southwest
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My son just fractured his Tibia in soccer and was told he would have his cast on for 8-10 weeks. He is 17, and is stressing over not being able to take a shower. His cast is from his foot up to his thigh. So my question is, is this product safe and durable and will it be able to cover his whole cast? He is about 5'10". Please let me know. I was looking to purchase one today. His injury happened on 9/11/12. Please let me know. Thank you, Jackie Maloney
Asked on Sep 14, 2012 7:03:35 AM by Jackie from Lakewood
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Yes, Just roll it back from top to get over foot first. We used ours many,many,times Never Leaked
Answered on Jun 28, 2013 7:43:41 AM by les from Denver
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When measuring my son is measuring a bigger size for length than circumference. Which size should I order?
Asked on Jun 3, 2012 7:57:33 AM by mom24 from pa
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my son has a cast on most of his arm, his measurements were 25 in long and 7.5 in circumference, i don't know what to order?
Asked on May 17, 2012 10:40:40 AM by brad from home
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would it hold up over a week of rigorous pheasant hunting with my walking cast?
Asked on Nov 21, 2011 5:51:27 PM by ter from colorado
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The bottom (sole) of the cast protector does not have a true walking surface. It's really good for swimming, taking a shower etc. not activity.
Answered on Dec 17, 2012 10:02:24 PM by Mrs. B from San Francisco, CA
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It should work fine but make sure your foot doesn't sweat to much. Take it off for brakes.
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 7:42:43 PM by mishap from Michigan
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Would this product be good for a water park? My son just had his cast on we have plans to go to Kalahari?
Asked on Nov 10, 2011 7:26:42 PM by frustratedmom from windsor
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Yes, just make sure the seal is on right. ie no wrinkles, folds, etc.
Answered on Dec 17, 2012 9:04:36 PM by mel from nc
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Yes. My son broke his hand just before we went to Orlando and had a cast up to his elbow. It was a vacation-saver for him. He was able to swim in the pool, and we went to a water park for an afternoon, and it was just fine. I would highly recommend this product.
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 7:35:14 PM by gratefulmom from NJ
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I am scheduled to do a triathlon in August but broke my arm. Training for the swim can commence in 2 weeks but I need a truly air tight 1/2 arm cast. Will this work ?
Asked on Jun 30, 2011 7:56:23 AM by tadpole from minnesota
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Would you recommend this product for a water park?We have plans to go to Kalahari my son just had his arm cast put on.
Answered on Nov 10, 2011 7:25:27 PM by frustratedmom from windsor Ontario
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Part Number(s): HA-13, HL-13XP, FA-16, FL-16, FA-14, FL-18, FA-12, FL-12, FL-14, HA-15, HL-15XP, FA-18