Aitere Fireproof Document Bag

 

PROTECT IMPORTANT PAPERS FROM FIRE & WATER

~ What ~
Made of liquid silicone coated glass fiber with a waterproof zipper, this document pouch protects documents, money, and other important flat objects from fire, heat, and water. Measuring 15.7 by 11.1 inches and 3 layers of protection, it holds typical A4 legal papers plus has built-in card and passport holders. No paperwork or care instructions are included.

~ Why ~
I like to keep important documents safe and organized, and this large flat bag has plenty of room inside. I appreciate that it is wide and thick enough to add an iPad or thin computer yet includes smaller pouches for credit cards or passports. Another plus is the material can withstand up to 2600 degrees of heat.

~ Why Not ~
Some may not need or want something to protect papers, documents, currency, files, et cetera, but this also avoids water and moisture. A few may wish there were other color options available. Some may consider it too large for storing in a small safe, deposit box, or drawer.

~ Wish ~
I am unsure if this pouch is flameproof and waterproof without catching it on fire or soaking it in water so will rely on it as is.

~ Want ~
If you are looking for a large, flat document holder to protect and keep your important papers safe, clean, and protected, this may be the ideal solution and hopefully not have to be tested during a disaster.

Thanks to Aitere for this discounted product that I am not obligated to review.

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