1968 wrote:Well spoken Mike. I cant understand why people get so worked up about it.
I know that they ship all over europe. I would just contact them and find out about shipping to the us.
1968 wrote:Well spoken Mike. I cant understand why people get so worked up about it...
poools81 wrote:thats right we are all pros on here. unreal why people always try to knock someone down i asked a fucking question. I guess this guy is a kook too for wearing an inflatable wetsuit. thats right you guys ride just as good as him too right? He's a kook too for wearing one? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gqs_kLW7bSE
poools81 wrote:http://www.inflatablepfd.com/seatee-inf ... ttech.html thought this was pretty cool invention \p\robably n\ot so much for kiting cause of where harness sits but pretty cool invention like the inflatable wetsuit only a rash guard that weighs 1lb
eree wrote:1968 wrote:Well spoken Mike. I cant understand why people get so worked up about it...
may be because calling it "safety flotation device" would be at least incorrect.
but, 1968, if you are affiliated to this product it would be lying to the customer.
they even don't call it "safety flotation device" on their website. and for the good reason - because it is not.
for that bladder to be "safety flotation device" it needs to pass lots of rigorous tests and get certified by some official organization.
for me it is more like "potentially floating device" with single purpose: making money for its creators.
and how does it work? well, you fell for the advertizing and bought one of these toys for 89€. then you naturally would like to test it and you use couple of spare cylinders (6€ piece). then, of course time after time you are obliged to show off in front of your friends and waste more and more spare cylinders. and you never know will the next cylinder blows up that bladder or not.
only positive thing about this thing is that it probably makes your cold dead body more visible in the water for the rescuers...
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