Flotation Aid Type III PFD
READ THE PACKAGE INSERT BEFORE USING.
Good for calm water, or where there is good chance of fast rescue
Advantages of the Type III PFD.
Generally the most comfortable type of PFD for continuous wear.
Designed for general boating or the activity that is marked on the device
Available in many styles, including vests.
Disadvantages of a Type III PFD.
Wearer may have to tilt head back to avoid going face down.
Type III PDFs are not designed to turn a child “face-up” in the water. They provide good support to children with some swimming skills.
Make sure the PDF fits your child properly! Teach your child how to float with a PFD.
In rough water, a wearer’s face may often be covered by waves.
Not for extended survival in rough water.
Never leave a child unattended near water even if they are wearing a PFD
Sizes , Child (14 to 23kg) and Youth (23 to 41kg)