DetailsThe Dry Pro Arm Cast Protector is Completely Watertight Keeping your Bandages, Prosthesis, and Casts Dry. The Dry Pro Pump offers the only leg and arm cast protection in the world with the patented vacuum seal to keep your bandage or cast dry. It is so completely and totally waterproof, between the waterproof fabric 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. The Dry Pro shower cast cover fits snugly yet comfortably offering cast protection during a shower, a bath, and even an active swim. Unlike "modified garbage bag" products, the cast protection offered by the Dry Pro shower cast cover is unmatched, it cannot slip off. You can't even pull it off!
Arm and Leg Cast Covers are designed to fit snugly, especially the opening at the end of the cast cover where the arm and leg cast covers must remain sealed. To create a good vacuum seal the opening for your specific cast cover needs to be smaller than your limb.
1) MEASURE LENGTH: (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.
Choose a Dry Pro waterproof cast cover that is at least 2 inches LONGER than your measurement. Don't worry if the Dry Pro Pump waterproof cast cover is too long. The excess material of the cast sock will flatten down when the air is pumped out.
2) MEASURE OPENING: (Arm): Measure the circumference of the arm just above the cast or bandage (If the end of the cast is very close to the elbow, measure mid bicep.)
Choose a Dry Pro waterproof cast cover that is at least 1 inch SMALLER than your measurement. To create a good vacuum seal the opening of the cast sock needs to be smaller than your limb.
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Manufacturer Dry Pro Ships Free Yes
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Product QuestionsWhat is the maximum length of time the cast can remain on before it needs to be removed to give the arm some "air"?Question by: Ardelta on Jun 5, 2016 3:49:58 AMWe don't employ any medical professionals. A lot of factors go towards the length of time a cast should be worn. It's best to contact a medical professional for more information.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Oct 4, 2016 2:46:00 PM