Baltic Child Life Jacket 100N

Baltic Child Life Jacket 100N

Baltic Child Life Jacket 100N

Baltic childs life jackets for children 15kg - 30kg. With an easy to adjust robust centre belt, sturdy locking Delrin zip and crutch strap keep the lifejacket in place.

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Baltic child's life jackets for children 15kg - 30kg (2st 5lb - 4st 10lb). With an easy to adjust robust centre belt, sturdy locking Delrin zip and crutch strap keep the lifejacket in place. The collar is fitted with retro reflective and a whistle, there is also on the 15kg-30 kg size a lifting becket. Asymmetric foam front panels the improve turn over time.

Size:

Child size 15kg - 30kg (2st 5lb - 4st 10lb).

*Newton Classification:

100 Newton Class

100 Newton class.

Inherent foam lifejackets with the buoyancy concentrated to the front and to the collar. To help a person turn over to a safe back position. Suitable for swimmers and non swimmers.

*All lifejackets and buoyancy aids for sale in the EU must be CE-marked. The CE mark shows that the product is tested and approved to EU standards. These standards divide the products into different Newton classes. Each Newton class is a European standard with its own designated number, e.g. EN393.

Newton is the unit for force and the abbreviation for it is N. An adult needs 20-30N of buoyancy to float, with or without clothing. A 50N buoyancy aid will therefore keep you afloat with a great safety margin. However if you wish to be turned over in the water, you will need a greater force, i.e. more Newtons.

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