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NRS Ether Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated May 12, 2019

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based on 8 reviews


We have checked a few reviews and found 18 reasons to buy the Ether - and 2 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.


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Reviews Summary


Here's what the reviewers think about the NRS Ether:

Reviewers like these things about the NRS Ether

  • Several owners like that it has a clear urethane window makes it easy to find items inside the bag.
  • Many reviewers mentioned that it is designed with an envelope shape for easy stowing.
  • Other users like that its fold.
  • down top with quick.
  • release buckle doubles as a carrying handle.
  • Another group of owners said that they like that it has a D.
  • ring on the quick.
  • release buckle that provides a handy attachment point.
  • Some users said that they use it for their elecronics and they find it an excellent product.
  • Another group of owners said that they find it very convenient as it's easy to carry.
  • Few users really liked that it has tight closure.
  • Still some owners said that it's waterproof and has kept their stuff safe and dry.
  • Other users cited that it although it looks small it offer good capacity.
  • Many owners expressed that its plu factor is its strng material and durability.
  • Some said that this is a briliant bag as they used it for 50.
  • day expedition and it held up well.
  • Few users said that it's the best dry bag they have as they paddle in all conditions so the sack gets very wet on the deck yet it never leaks.
  • Another group of users added that they use it to store their cell phones, keys, and wallet while they're out on standup paddle board yet their stuff were kept dry and clean.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • Some said that they had expected it to be sturdier but it it did leak a little.
  • Other owners said that it's nice but pricey.



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Last updated on May 12, 2019