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Datrex new Trident 150 USCG Type II Inflatable Lifejacket

by Datrex 19 Aug 2019 14:26 BST

DATREX has now expanded its lifejacket product line to include our own U.S.C.G. Type II inflatable PFD. Our initial inflatable lifejacket is the dual chamber Trident 275N SOLAS/MED Approved, but now we are proud to introduce you to our latest addition. A U.S.C.G. Type II inflatable PFD with great comfort and safety features. Built in the United States.

DATREX Trident 150 is designed for comfort and continuous wear while near shore or offshore with an automatic and manual inflator mechanism with 35 lbs of buoyancy. Trident 150's cover and hardware are designed for rugged use and harsh environments.

Significant features of the Trident 150:

  • Automatically inflates upon immersion in water
  • It also can be activated with a manual pull cord
  • Universal sizing fits 30" to 65" chest sizes
  • For persons 16 years of age and older, and over 80 lbs
  • Window to indicate readiness when showing green
  • High visibility chamber color with SOLAS retro-reflective tape
  • Minimum 35 lbs. of buoyancy
  • U.S.C.G. Type II Approval can be stowed away and still counted
  • Soft neckline to reduce chafing
  • Durable fabrics resist tears and punctures
  • Made in the U.S.A.
For more details please visit our website.

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