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Lifejackets

So, what is the difference between a buoyany aid and a lifejacket? And does it really matter?

Well the difference is small, but it matters a lot. A buoyancy aid is just that. An AID. It will help you to float when you are in the water, but it won’t do it all for you. If you’re conscious and treading water, buoyancy aid, if correctly fitted and weight appropriate, is a brilliant help and an important safety device.

lifejacket, however, will save your life. Again if correctly worn and weight appropriate, a lifejacket will not only keep you afloat but turn you onto your back. This will keep your face out of the water and help to keep you alive, even if you are not conscious.

Therefore it is always important to make sure you have the correct device for your activity, and always stay safe

The most important thing about the three smallest sizes for babies, toddlers and children is they feature the crotch strap to ensure the lifejacket stays firmly in place in the worst case scenario of the baby going into the water.  The collar will support their heads and keep them afloat to allow for rescue.                     
 
  • High Visibility
  • Material 100% Polyester ISO- EN20471        
  • Light PE foam filling
  • Reflective panels
  • Baby -Junior sizes have crotch straps
  • Adjustable waist belt, zip, ties top and bottom.
  • Signal whistle
  • ISO 12402-4 (international safety standard number)
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    Talamex 100N Lifejackets for 0-15kg (Baby)

    The most important thing about the three smallest sizes for babies, toddlers and children is they feature the crotch strap to ensure the lifejacket stays firmly in place in the worst case scenario of the baby going into the water.  The collar will support their heads and keep them afloat to allow for rescue.

    Buoyancy 30N

    £29.99
    Talamex 100N Lifejackets for 15-20kg (Toddler)

    The most important thing about the three smallest sizes for babies, toddlers and children is they feature the crotch strap to ensure the lifejacket stays firmly in place in the worst case scenario of the baby going into the water.  The collar will support their heads and keep them afloat to allow for rescue.

    Buoyancy 40N

    £32.99
    Talamex 100N Lifejackets for 20-30kg (Child)

    The most important thing about the three smallest sizes for babies, toddlers and children is they feature the crotch strap to ensure the lifejacket stays firmly in place in the worst case scenario of the baby going into the water.  The collar will support their heads and keep them afloat to allow for rescue.

    Buoyancy 40N


    £34.99
    Talamex 100N Lifejackets for 30-40kg (Junior)

    High visibilty, the collar will support their heads and keep them afloat to allow for rescue, signal whistle.  Zips securely up.

    Buoyancy 50N


    £36.99
    Talamex 100N Lifejackets for 40-60kg (Small Adult)

    High visibilty, the collar will support their heads and keep them afloat to allow for rescue, signal whistle.  Zips securely up.

    Buoyancy 70N


    £37.99
    Talamex 100N Lifejackets for 60-70kg (Medium Adult)

    High visibilty, the collar will support their heads and keep them afloat to allow for rescue, signal whistle.  Zips securely up.

    Buoyancy 80N


    £38.99
    Talamex 100N Lifejackets for 70+kg (Large Adult)

    High visibilty, the collar will support their heads and keep them afloat to allow for rescue, signal whistle.  Zips securely up.

    Buoyancy 100N


    £39.99
    Talamex 100N Lifejackets for 70++kg (Extra Large Adult)

    High visibilty, the collar will support their heads and keep them afloat to allow for rescue, signal whistle.  Zips securely up.

    Buoyancy 100N


    £40.99