SEAL-TIGHT Freedom Cast and Bandage Protector

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The SEAL-TIGHT Freedom Cast and Bandage Protectors are the BEST watertight protection products available on the market today! Easy to apply with no strapping, pumps or hook-and-loop fastener(s) closure. Non-latex diaphragm stretches easily over cast or bandage to form watertight seal every time. Durable polyvinyl bag prevents water penetration.
  • The BEST cast protector on the market!
  • Keeps water out of cast and bandages
  • Reusable and last up to 6 - 8 weeks

The SEAL-TIGHT Freedom Cast and Bandage Protectors are the BEST watertight protection products available on the market today! Easy to apply with no strapping, pumps or hook-and-loop fastener(s) closure. Non-latex diaphragm stretches easily over cast or bandage to form watertight seal every time. Durable polyvinyl bag prevents water penetration. Reusable, with normal care, can lasts 6 - 8 weeks of daily usage. Use for therapeutic care and daily showering or bathing to protect casts and bandages.



The SEAL-TIGHT Freedom is a newer design from the SEAL-TIGHT Original. The Freedom takes the sealing technology from the Original but without the awkward ring.


SEAL-TIGHT Freedom Sizes and Options
  • Adult: Arm or Leg (cast covers can be used on left or right arm/leg)
  • Pediatric: Arm or Leg (cast covers can be used on left or right arm/leg)
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Brand Name Brown Medical
Manufacturer Number 26502, 26503, 26500, 26501
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