Ultralight swim buoy that provides a safe way to float and rest during your swims.
Best open water swim buoy for those looking for a simple swimming buoy without any additional weight-adding features.
No attached dry bag compartment. We know not everyone needs to bring their wallet, car keys and cellphone with them for their Ironman training swims.
The open water swim buoy gently tows behind you without pulling you back or adding extra drag to your swim.
Because of the natural buoyancy, the Open Water Swim Buoy can be used as a flotation device. You have reassurance that in case you cramp up or simply need rest, you are able to grab the float.
Provides reassurance for open water swimmers by adding extra visibility and floatation, in case you cramp up or simply need rest. The Open Water Swim Buoy is light (8oz) so it will be easy to bring with you on a paddleboard or kayak trip.
Please note! While the open water swim buoy add to your swim safety, they do not replace a personal flotation device (PFD) or a life vest.
Dimensions: 16” x 13” (40.64cm x 33.02cm) Volume: 5L (No dry bag compartment)
Lightweight Product does not affect body position, stroke or speed of swimming.
Bright Colour Visible to lifeguards, boaters, jet skis or other potential hazards In Open Water.
HOW TO USE IT
Loosen the valve cap (if not already).
Inflate the buoy by blowing into the valve.
Twist the valve cap to close and secure.
Attach the waist belt.
After that, just swim and swim and swim.
Most importantly, have fun, stay safe and keep the water clean!
HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR SWIM BUOY:
Rinse with water and let dry after use.
Store the float in a cool and dry place. DO NOT leave exposed under direct sunlight and heat.
This is not a lifesaving device and should only be used by competent swimmers.
Before starting your swim, please press the inflated swim buoy under water to ensure one more time there is no leakage.
If during your swim, you feel faint, dizzy or experience physical weakness, cramps, have trouble breathing, please stop and rest with the help of the buoyancy of the swim buoy. If needed, please call or signal for help or just rest until you feel better.
Under no circumstances should you attempt to rescue another swimmer in distress without having been trained in lifesaving techniques or methods by a certified agency.