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NEW BUOYANCY AIDS 2 years ago Crewsaver rewrote the rulebook for lifejackets and revolutionised the design of leisure life jackets. This year they have done the same for buoyan- cy aids for sailing dinghies, kayaks, SUP’s and water ski- ers. There are four main products in the range all using the latest light weight flexible foams to give compact unobtrusive styling with excellent fit and performance.


The Response 50N provides an entry level buoyancy aid with an advanced contoured foam construction helping to ensure correct comfort and fit when worn. In addition the Response 50N houses an array of features including a centre zip, padded shoulder straps, adjustable waist, key pocket and reflective print detailing.


The Sport 50N provides the perfect option for those who seek a high quality product at a highly competitive price point. Adjustable shoul- der and dual waist straps combined with a unique arrangement of lightweight and soft foam provides a bespoke and comfortable fit. This centre zip buoyancy aid features reflective piping and an easily accessible expanding storage pocket with attachment point.


The ProSZ is a side zipped Fusion 3D design buoyancy aid with unique body shaping foam that adapts to the profile of the wearer for the ultimate in unrestricted comfort and performance. Breathable airflow mesh is featured on the internal back panel to allow for less build- up of heat and greater comfort. The durable cover integrated with an extra-large expandable storage pocket and attachment point makes this the perfect storage companion for a multitude of surface water sports. The pro is also available in a centre zip option.


DISTRESS FLARES


The ODEO Distress Flare is the next generation of Electronic Visual Distress Signal Device (eVDSD). Designed for more personal use than the Mk3, its lightweight, safe performance means that it is incredibly useful for any outdoor activity. The smaller size makes the ODEO a perfect choice for sailing, kayaking, hiking, mountaineering and even diving with its 50m 1P69 rating. Users wanted something smaller, more powerful, that lasted longer (now 9 hours with lithium AA cells) and with additional infra-red capability for night time search and rescue. The new design has all of this built in and, as its ODEO, it comes with a simple to operate activation, built SOS signal and user replaceable batteries. Available from stock at £99 - a waterproof Neoprene bag is available for storage and includes fixing points for your equipment or lifejacket. The Mk3 will still also be available at £131 as we find this has become popular as a distress signal for vessels - owners fix it at the entrance to their cabins to easily grab in an emergency.


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For a helpful and friendly service please call 01803 832787 with your marine requirements or visit us at Unit 10 Admiral Court, Nelson Road, Dartmouth, TQ6 9HU.


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