Bheestie Bag can dry out soaked mobile devices

by Mark R

You got to hand it to Bheestie (pronounced like “Beastie”) for several reasons. The first being that their Bheestie Bag solves a common problem, a wet mobile device.

Yes, we all know or are the person who has dropped a mobile device in a bathtub, toilet, or swimming pool. This bag is designed to save the wet cell phone, iPod, camera, or other small electronic device.

The Bheestie Bag “pulls the moisture out, keeping your electronic [devices] working properly”. All that is required is that the user unzip the Bheestie Bag, place the soaked device in a bag filled with Bheestie beads, and let it do the work. It is good for both accidents and simple daily maintenance.

Just to let you know, the name comes from a word that means “a servant who draws and carries water”. I give them points for the name, and their slogan: “Bheestie….It’s Thirsty”.

This is one product that I got to try out, but I have no intention on hurling my cellular phone into the water so I can see just how effective the Bheestie Bag is. I am going to keep it around in case the worst should happen.

If you want to give this a try, feel free to head over to the Bheestie Bag site and lay down $20.00 each. You can also buy them in bulk.

One review or comment

Morgan Says: November 7, 2011 at 5:31 pm

Dimensions of the bag? Doesn’t look like it would hold a PSP

Probably no more or less effective than a a cup of uncooked white rice and a baggie.
Total cost: ~50 cents.
White rice: also available in bulk.

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