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    Waterbuoy Emergency Flotation Device

    Waterbuoy Emergency Flotation Device

    Waterbuoy is The World’s 1st & Strongest Intelligent Miniature Flotation Device – Visible at Night

    Waterbuoy is one of the most ingenious ideas for the traveller or anyone who loves sailing. With Waterbuoy you will never lose anything overboard again! Clip your Waterbuoy onto practically anything under 1Kg and it’ll come to your rescue when you need it.


    The unique patented trigger mechanism of the waterbuoy is designed to activate the device seconds after submersion in normal temperatures. This means your valuable won’t drift or sink too far before they resurface. Underwater currents can carry things a long way from where you dropped them in a short time, and waterbuoy aims to minimise the problems this can cause.


    The waterbuoy is also designed to minimise the chance of accidental activation. You don’t want it going off if you get a bit of rain on it. During our exhaustive trials, we splash tested waterbuoy continually over 1 month. We then dropped it in a tank of water and it worked perfectly.

    The most useful application of waterbuoy would surely be to clip onto your keys or a waterproof bag with your valuables or digital gadgets in. This is exactly what it is intended for and for the minimal price of this device, if you know you will be going on that cruise, diving holiday or other place where there is an oppertunity for your stuff to fall into the ocean we would highly recommend Waterbuoy as your insurance gadget!

    Waterbuoy some of you may recall was seen in BBCs “Dragons Den” a couple of years back, This version of Waterbuoy is actually newer and more robust than previous giving you maximum performance in times of need.

    We take our hats off to the Waterbuoy team and inventor and im sure you would too if your device or keys ended up in the ocean!

    Note: Waterbuoy is a single use device solely for the recovery of items (upto 1kg dry weight) that have accidentally been “immersed” in water – it is splash proof and will not go off if accidently left in the rain etc.

    Please read instructions carfeully – This product is not a toy and not to used by children.

    Via: Gadgets Quick

    David Novak
    David Novak
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