I'm Natali Morris for CNET and you're watching our coverage of the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show and you're taking a first look at Loksak.
This looks like kind of a glorified Ziploc bag, but it's more than that.
This is a polyethylene material that is airtight and waterproof and protects your gadgets and also allows you to navigate your touchscreens really seamlessly as if the bag were not there.
You can see this is my iPhone and I'm able to just turn it on and off and get straight to the screen.
There's also a couple of phones in here that have been in this water bowl for about 2 days and they're just fine.
We'll have someone call it in a second.
You can find this at REI.
They are cheap.
They're about $6.50 for 3 of them, and when you consider how much it cost to replace an iPhone, that's a pretty good deal.
I'm Natali Morris for CNET.
You've taken a first look at Loksak and they come in various sizes for all of your gadgets in your accident-prone life.
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