SCD diving surface marker buoy with 140-gram weight - Orange




₹ 1,499.00

SCD diving surface marker buoy with 140-gram weight - Orange

Made for
A surface marker buoy for sea diving that is essential for divers' safety. The one-way system keeps it inflated on the surface. The best way to dive in safety!
Sizes guide

Easy spottingMarker remains inflated on the surface thanks to the patented one-way system.
Ease of use140 g weight, non-floating line (9 m) and 360° snap hook included.
Abrasion resistanceCoated fabric. Stitching protected & reinforced by protective material (braid).
FlexibilityExtra ring on the outside of the bag to attach a reel spool.
Content protectionStorage bag attached directly to the surface marker for greater ease of use!
Warranty2 Years
Technical Information

140 gram lead-free weight (thermoplastic containing zinc). 9-metre non-floating polyester line (improved resistance to sunlight). Easy-release pivoting snap hook to attach the surface marker to a buoyancy compensator. Nylon attachment ring on the outside to use the surface marker buoy with a spool (sold separately).
Abrasion-resistant outer fabric
Main fabric made of polyamide with a polyurethane coating that provides good resistance to abrasion and friction. Stitching protected and reinforced by protective material (braid).
Patented surface marker buoy
The patent applies to a one-way valve that allows the surface marker buoy to remain inflated, even when it is lying on the water (wind, waves, slack cord, etc.). This means that the surface marker buoy remains inflated and operational. This valve acts as an overpressure valve: the surface marker is not damaged when the air expands on returning to the surface.
Dimensions and weight
Length: 147 cm. Total length with pouch: 172 cm. Width: 15 cm. Thickness (rolled up): 8 cm. Weight: 340 g.
Information / Concept / Technology
Structure : 60.0% Zinc, Structure : 40.0% Polypropylene - Recycled Main fabric : 80.0% Polyamide, Main fabric : 20.0% Polyurethane

Product test
Designed and tested by our teams and our technical partner in Hendaye (France).

Stockage tips
It is important to store diving equipment away from sources that produce ozone. Keep your equipment in a dry place away from heat and direct sunlight.
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