Waterproof Cast Cover, Protector / Arm

  • Waterproof Cast Cover, Protector / Arm
  • Waterproof Cast Cover, Protector / Arm
  • Waterproof Cast Cover, Protector / Arm
  • Waterproof Cast Cover, Protector / Arm
  • Waterproof Cast Cover, Protector / Leg
  • Waterproof Cast Cover, Protector / Arm
  • Waterproof Cast Cover, Protector / Arm

Keep your cast dry in the shower with the DryCAST cast cover!

Shower comfortably while keeping your cast or bandage 100% dry!

  • 100% water-tight
  • Easy to put on and off 
  • Latex-free
  • Reusable
  • Super comfortable
  • Trusted by doctors for over 25 years

Can be used to wade in a pool or play in sand. Copied but never duplicated! Don't be fooled by impostors! DryCAST is the original waterproof cast cover that has been trusted for over 25 years. Don't settle for anything else. Order your authentic DryCAST waterproof cast cover for the shower today.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

TO PUT ON (it's so simple!)

  1. Remove any sharp jewelry and smooth out all rough edges on your cast to prevent tearing the DryCAST diaphragm.
  2. Using your thumb, stretch the diaphragm to make room to insert your cast.
  3. Insert your cast into the DryCAST cast cover.
  4. Once completely over your cast, push the plastic ring toward the cast so the inner edge of the diaphragm points up and away from the cast.

 

TO TAKE OFF

  1. Stretch the rubber diaphragm with your thumb to ease over your cast.

DryCAST is a single patient use medical product. Please do not share your cast cover.

 

With a tape measure:

  1. Measure from your heel to the top of your cast and add 1 inch.* This is your LENGTH.
  2. Measure the thickest point (circumference) of your cast (this may be the calf area). This is your CAST CIRCUMFERENCE (MAXIMUM).
  3. Measure the circumference of your bare leg 1 inch above your cast. This is your BARE LEG CIRCUMFERENCE (MINIMUM).

 

*Important note: If there is less than 2 inches between the top of your cast and your knee, you will need a protector that seals above your knee at mid-thigh. All measurements (length, cast circumference and bare leg) should be measured from your mid-thigh.

Look at the table below to see which cast protector is right for you.