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07/31/2020 What are the dimensions of this Sporti pull buoy? Edit
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9.5 x 3 x 6 in

Answered by Kelly on 07/31/2020
05/15/2018 Will this work for a 145 lb male swimmer? I’m used to the old fashioned type that was two floating cylinders strapped together. Edit
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I am 170 and it works great. I like this buoy because this what I grew up with. It won't pull leg hair or pinch like the tied together cylynder type. And the comfort contour feels natural while doing pulls, allowing one to focus on stroke technique.

Answered by Tim on 05/16/2018
02/23/2017 Does it have as much buoyancy as a noodle, which I use between my legs to aquajog? Edit
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Here is a great YouTube video demonstrating several different types of pull buoy's, including the Sporti Pull Buoy.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 02/24/2017
01/16/2017 How are you supposed to use this product? Video should show someone in the water with it. Between legs? on your back? I can't figure it out. Edit
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Pull Buoys are intended to be worn between the knees/thighs. You can view this video to see an example of a similar product being used.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 01/16/2017