Your are about to order a “Black Style” SwimmerBuddy (or as we like to call it, “Stealth Style”)
When ordering this SwimmerBuddy you will be getting all the standard safety features. Remember that we have many add-ons that you can add to your order.
Your package will come with a 42″ xPE SB Board. It has a black soft-top-deck, black side railings, and a red slick bottom.
It also includes a red or black cargo netting, a bright colorful noodle of your choice, two noodle reflectors (neon green & red), an orange SwimmerBuddy Flag & pole, adjustable dual belts (one size fits all) with tether leash, one poly-carbonate fin, two glow whistles, tool kit, & instructions.
SwimmerBuddy is the only swim safety devices that offers many advantages to all open water swimmers.
Its a swim safety device designed for all types of open water swimmers with the capability of being used in many enviroments. SwimmerBuddy is attached to your waist using our Dual Belts (one size fits all) & a tether leash. SwimmerBuddy will follow where ever you go swimming.
Its main purpose is to keep you visible to boaters, lifeguards, friend & family ashore. This is all possible thanks to its standard orange flag & bright noodle with reflectors. You are a lot more visible to boaters thanks to these features, when they see SwimmerBudddy they will avoid you.
Using a SwimmerBuddy has many advantages and few draws to non. If you are tired, cramped, or in danger you can just hold-on to the board until you are better or help comes. You can self train with SwimmerBuddy for swim events. Add weight to increase resistance and work in improving your endurance. You can mount a water proof camera on it and study your stroke and style. Knowing SwimmerBuddy is right behind you eases your mind, and helps you concentrate on your swim. You can take your belongings with you wherever you go swimming.
If you are not sure if this is the right product for you, feel free to contact us by email: info@swimmerbuddy or give us a call: (818) 419-1184 . We will be glad to answer your questions and provide you with helpful information.
Remember! Its better to be safe than sorry.