What Is the Difference between Waterproof and Water Resistant?

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The difference between water resistant and waterproof is that water resistant products resist the entry of water into it to a certain extent while water proof products are completely resistant to the entry of water. Water proof products can be taken under water or submerged in water, but resistant products cannot.
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