RESTUBE swim: more safety in open water and natural bodies of water
The RESTUBE swim is suited to use by experienced swimmers over the age of 10 and provides increased safety while swimming. Weighing approximately 210 g, the buoyancy aid is ideal for active and ambitious swimmers. Whether it’s for use in leisure, with the family, during training, competitions or while at work – the RESTUBE provides additional safety in any body of water. The bag can be worn vertically or horizontally. When worn vertically, the change in water resistance while swimming is almost unnoticeable. Additionally, a whistle for drawing attention to yourself in the water is incorporated into the release.
- Material: nylon/TPU
- Buoyancy once inflated: 75 N
- Packed dimensions (LxWxH): 16x12x6 cm
- Unpacked dimensions (LxWxH): 12x10x4 cm
- Buoy dimensions (LxWxH): 70x15x12 cm
- Weight: 210 g
- Colour: Honey Black / Ice Mint
- Recommended age: 10+
- Recommended weight: at least 40 kg
- Abdominal strap length: 125 cm
- A ready-to-use RESTUBE swim
- Hip and arm belt
- Swim stick
- Quick-start guide
- Flight information
An inflatable RESTUBE – even without cartridges
The RESTUBE swim can also be inflated manually without cartridges: particularly useful for activities such as snorkelling or swimming in open water. They don't require any CO2 cartridges, yet still make you easier to see and the inflatable RESTUBE means you’ll always have a buoyancy aid to hand.
How to use the RESTUBE swim
The RESTUBE swim is worn directly on the body and should be secure. In an emergency, pull firmly on the release to immediately inflate the buoy using a CO2 cartridge. Grip the buoy under your arms and remain calm. If you require assistance, the release itself can be used as a whistle.
The RESTUBE is not a life jacket or a piece of personal protective equipment and should not be used as a replacement for these. In addition, the RESTUBE does not offer guaranteed protection from drowning.
Discover the advantages of the safe companion for use in water sports and order the RESTUBE swim today.