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Baltic Women's Athena Automatic Lifejacket with Harness

Baltic Women's Athena Automatic Lifejacket with Harness

Ref: BL1666

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Baltic Athena Women's Automatic Lifejacket with Harness. Navy/White


Baltic Athena Automatic Women's Lifejacket Navy/White. Developed for women, designed in Sweden, made in Europe

The popular lifejacket Athena is now also available with an integrated harness: the first ever inflatable lifejacket developed with a focus on women. To get a better fit and a slimmer vest, the valve is placed under the bust. In combination with good adjustment options, it provides a neat and flexible model regardless of body shape. The vest's harness has a woven loop and closes with acid-proof interlock fittings and a padded Velcro that provides a soft protective layer between the body / clothes and the fitting.

Size: 40kg-120kg (onesize)

  • Inspection windows that through valves green indicators show that the life jacket is charged and ready for use
  • Detachable crotch strap and whistle
  • 165N carrying capacity and is classified as a life jacket
  • 5 year warranty
  • Developed for women, designed in Sweden, made in Europe
  • Integrated safety-harness
  • CE-approved
  • Product ref: 1656

A lifejacket saves lives. It is designed to always turn the user to a supine position and keep the airways clear above the water surface by a good margin, even if the user is unconsciousness or cannot swim. Lifejackets are available with inflatable lung or with solid buoyant material, common to all is that in the activated position they have most of the buoyancy on the front and a sturdy collar that supports and holds up the head. A lifejacket is the obvious choice for people who cannot swim. Lifejackets always have a carrying capacity of at least 100N. The inflatable models are divided into different classes depending on the conditions under which they are to be used. An automatic lifejacket inflates when the user ends up in the water, while a manual lifejacket must be activated by the user.

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