Waterbuoy
  • Waterbuoy

Waterbuoy

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    Messing about on the water is all well and good, but dropping keys and other valuables in the drink is no laughing matter. Because once they plop below the surface of the big ol' briny, you're scuppered. Or are you? Well no, not if you've attached your bits to the ingenious Waterbuoy.

    Waterbuoy

    More than just a keyring

    This clever little device contains a high-strength rubber balloon that can lift up to 1Kg and automatically inflates within seconds of hitting the water, causing the whole shebang to rise gently to the surface. And thanks to a high-intensity LED beacon that's visible from over 250m at night, you can spot it bobbing about and retrieve your keys/valuables with ease.

    How it works...

    Waterbuoy

    If you drop your keys in water...

    the float reacts and inflates in seconds rising to the surface...

    your Waterbuoy will float with an LED light flashing for at least 24 hours!


    Waterbuoy

    Holds up to 1kg of weight

    Despite its pocket-friendly size, the Waterbuoy is capable of keeping belongings up to 1kg afloat for 24 hours, so it's ideal for hefty keys, tools, fishing gear, GPS systems, cameras, phones or any other handheld thingamabob you're liable to drop in the sea.

    If you're worried the Waterbuoy might inflate when some clumsy landlubber spills their pint on it, worry not. This smart rescue unit is splashproof and its patented internal triggering system only activates when totally submerged. Brilliant!

    Waterbuoy

    Visible from over 250m at night!


    Waterbuoy

    A must for those difficult
    sailing situations!


    All you sailors, windsurfers and boating buffs could choose to ignore this potentially life-saving gizmo but sending down a team of divers to retrieve your valuables is a bit extravagant, even if you've got a yacht that puts Abramovich's to shame. Speaking of multi-millionaires, Dragons' Den stars Theo Paphitis and Peter Jones were so impressed by the Waterbuoy they sank thousands into it. And although they're not exactly salty sea dogs, they know a thing or two about sound investments. Indeed, the Waterbuoy is the hottest thing to hit the world of water-based rescue since Pamela Anderson slipped into that red bikini. So get ordering and avoid that sinking feeling forever.

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