Seacrewsader 290N 3D

Crewsaver has added the Seacrewsader 290N 3D lifejacket to its industrial and commercial range, designed to perform in the most arduous environments.

The new lifejacket builds on the success of the Seacrewsader 275N, chosen for its unique safety attributes and development of Crewsaver’s NEW Fusion 3D technology, and offers advanced safety features and a completely unique removable cover, providing longevity.

The Seacrewsader 290N 3D’s unique design allows the user to remove the outer cover of the lifejacket, providing the ability to replace covers easily when they are no longer fit for use or to change its application. In addition to this its 3D cover moulds to the shape of the body, providing ultimate comfort and endurance in the harshest environments.

Features include:

  • Easy to replace cover system
  • Waterproof service labels
  • Can be used with a PLB & AIS
  • 3D Cover
  • High strength plastic quick release buckle
  • YKK QBZ Tri-burst zip
  • Foam padded cover for added protection
  • Spare covers can be purchased separately including Fire Retardant and wipe clean options
  • Unique chin support
  • Unique bladder distribution
  • Twin UML automatic inflator

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