Gadget Saver® Medium; (for larger devices up to 24x18cm) including Tablet PC’s, eBook Readers, TV Remotes, PDA’s, Sat Nav’s, Handheld Games, Cameras, Walkie Talkies, Cordless Phones, Medical Testing Kits, Headphones, Children’s & Adults’ Toys.
This device is actually two bags in one ( a “Large” black bag which has been placed inside an original and fully useable outer red bag normally used for smaller items. Instructions are the same as above except for the fact that larger items will need to be placed in the black bag and the “magic” absorbancy bag is larger size as it needs to work in a bigger area to dry out your wet devices. As a rule of thumb please allow 24 to 48 hours of unopened time of the larger black bag as it needs to remain airtight to give it time to draw out the moisture /water from your wet device. If you open the bag you will allow the moisture in the air back in. In this case start the 24/48hour cyle over again!!
Rember to remove anything that normally can be removed from the device…sim cards, memory cards and batteries etc.
Instructions – The Repair Process
Rule of thumb…an mp3 player has been saved (straight after soaking) in 8 hours ..however a mobile phone is best saved by leaving it in the bag for 24 hours just to be safe.PLEASE NOTE
If you open the bag you will allow the moisture in the air back in to the drying area. In this case start the 12/24 hour cyle over again!!
….when the now dried out device is taken out of the Gadget Saver bag you must charge it on a full cycle ( at least 4 hours) before turning it on…a wet battery basically scambles it’s memory and by fully charging it you are reseting the recharge cycle. If your device does not work there are few things to do …1 place it back in the Gadget Saver bag for a further 24hours as the it might still have some moisture left (but not likely) 2. You may need a new battery 3. by leaving the product plugged in you might be able to extract the data 4. You might have left it too long between the accident and using Gadget Saver. 5. Please remember that smaller electronic devices don’t have enough battery power to kill the device if it came into contact with liquid. Common sense says that the longer the time between the accident and the type of liquid involved in the accident plus the time to getting it into the Gadget Saver bag all matter…however we have a saved an ipod that was soaked three months prior to using the Gadget Saver device ..honestly! Good luck, please contact us for any further guides and help and Happy Saving from the Gadget Saver Team