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The ISHOF SaferSwimmer FLOAT Swim Buoy 23"x10" - Questions & Answers

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04/23/2021 Where is the extension belt sold? Edit
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You can try contacting ISHOF directly here.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 04/23/2021
10/30/2020 I lost the cap to the air valve. Is there a replacement option? Edit
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For a replacement air valve you will want to contact ISHOF directly.  

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 10/30/2020
09/22/2020 I have a 48 inch waist. Will the swim bouy belt be large enough to fit me? Edit
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Hi Greg! For waist size over 40" please order extension belt.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 09/23/2020
01/04/2018 Is this the model made with the TPU material? Edit
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According to the ISHOF website, the product is made out of very durable rubber material, which supposedly even withstands an adult person standing on it while inflated. The inflation with your mouth is done via a small external tube which has a self-seal opening which will hold air in very well. 

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 01/07/2018
10/12/2017 how long is the strap which connect form the waist belt to the float? Edit
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The strap is adjustable. It's approximately 24" in total length.

Answered by Cassondra on 01/03/2018
08/10/2016 Does anybody use it to swim back stroke? Does it get in the way? Thanks Edit
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This swimmer float is designed to be used with various swimming strokes and will work while doing the backstroke, while staying out of the way.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 08/12/2016
07/18/2016 I will be swimming on a lake and I swim with a variety of strokes. Wondering how well this will stay out of the way of my arms and legs with all strokes, not just the crawl. Edit
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It stays out of the way. Good place to keep a few things secure.

Answered by Michael on 07/28/2016