This is not an advert. It's a tapered, dry bag. Obviously.
The point is these things have a point. They fit in the pointy end of the sea kayak which otherwise goes unused, or becomes a trap for small objects stuffed down there.
Bruce and Mark at Lomo, who have a shop a quarter of a mile from where I'm writing this in Glasgow, do most of their business on-line. They have just received a new batch which cost £16. Experience suggests they will sell out fast.
Indeed, all their dry bags are excellent quality and a good price. That's not an advert, it's a recommendation from someone who uses them.
Contrast the Lomo prices to the Sea Line tapered dry bags which are undoubtedly good bags but which sell for around £45.