General directions for the use, storage, care and inspection of your buoyancy aid or lifejacket.

Fig. 1   Fig. 2   Fig. 3


With fastening(s) and/or zip and/or reflecting side towards the front, pull the lifejacket over your head or put it on like a jacket.Close any zip and fastening(s).
Tighten the webbing until the life-jacket fits securely (see Fig.1). Knot any collar
ties or cords.Fasten leg webbing between your legs and/or pull on any pants. Pull
the webbing through the D-rings and adjust to fit (see Fig.2). When available
“close chin strap” (see Fig 3).

Storage and care
Rinse in fresh water after use in sea. Allow wet lifejackets to dry thoroughly before
storing. Do not place lifejacket on or near a source of heat but simply hang up
to dry. Conditions for storage and use.-30°C to +60°C. Store in a dry and dark
place. Make no repairs or changes to the lifejacket yourself. In case of damage,
send the life jacket for repair to the nearest dealer orther shop where it was purchased. Max. Lifespan of foam lifejacket is 10 years.

Before using, train yourself in the use of the device. Always inspect the lifejacket
for damage before using. Check the lifejacket at least once a year.

100N/150N: Do not wear in combination with a safety harness, which can damage
the lifejacket. Full performance may not be achieved using waterproof clothing
or in other circumstances. Do not apply diapers which provide buoyancy when
using the lifejacket. Do not wear in combination with a disposable nappy.

owing to their particular body weight distribution, small children can still
come to lie face down in the water. The relatively heavy head of a small child, it
nappies etc. may cause it to lie in a fatal flotation position. A child user should be
taught how to float/turn in this life jacket. Do not use as a cushion.


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