Bheestie Bag Sucks Moisture and Water Out of Your Cell

 - Jul 22, 2011
References: bheestie & wired
At one point or another, most people experience the unfortunate fate of dropping their cell phone in water, but with the new Bheestie Bag, watching your phone take a quick dip in the pool will no longer be as traumatizing as it once was.

Dropping your phone in water is always heartbreaking, but the commonly known do-it-yourself method of placing a it in a bowl of uncooked rice has saved many cell phones from a horrible death. The modern version of that is the Bheestie Bag, a sort of uncooked rice 2.0 method. Not only that, you can certainly use the bag to handle emergency situations, but you can also place your phone in the bag on a regular basis to suck out everyday moisture.

The Bheestie Bag contains two smaller bags inside that contain several tiny pellets that absorb moisture from whatever device is placed in them. Of course, the bag isn't a miracle worker, so if your phone has been sitting in a toilet for an hour, you're likely out of luck. Otherwise, here's hoping the cell phones of the world can now live long and prosper.