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C-Pal Personal Flotation Device

Always be safe in the water when you wear the C-Pal Personal Flotation Device. Coming in two models, the C-Pal can truly save your life in an emergency. The C-Pal Neptune is an innovative armband. With a simple pull of the red trigger, the device self-inflates. You wear it around your neck until help arrives. Because it’s compact and on your arm, it doesn’t get in the way of swimming, surfing, or even fishing. The C-Pal Titan sits around your neck and remains deflated until you need it. Should an emergency arise, a simple pull of the red trigger allows it to inflate. The Titan also features reflective tape, a whistle, and a beacon. It’s also ideal for kayaking, sailing, and other water-based activities. Great for kids as well as adults, the C-Pal devices are simple and intuitive to use.

C-Pal Personal Flotation Device
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9.8/10
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Genevieve Healey
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Designs
Titan, Neptune
Features
Self-Inflating, Reflective Tape, Whistle, Beacon
Color
Bright Yellow
Operation
Red Trigger
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Jory

Are the C02 cannisters allowed on airplanes?

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Thomas
We've had no issues sending our devices internationally on planes. As long as it isn't with you on carry on, you won't have a problem :)
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