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Total freedom in the legs for their first movements in the water
Certified 25 newtons EN 13138-1 with reinforced buoyancy at 30 newtons.
Once deflated, the armbands easily fit into a bag
Two independent inflatable chambers of the same size on each armband.
Inflate one chamber, put the armband on the upper arm and inflate the other.
Learning to Swim encourages the psycho-motor development of young kids.
Nabaiji offers 3 Learning to Swim experiences: Discovering the water, Discovering swimming and Discovering underwater. Appropriate products are offered for each experience.
The Armbands are part of the "Discovering the water" experience.
Very good buoyancy in the arms allows the kid to keep his head above water. He gradually gains confidence during his aquatic discovery. He moves in the water in a fairly upright position by kicking his legs.
Approximately 150 g per pair
How does the valve work?
Our armbands have PVC one-way inflation valves.
To inflate the armbands correctly, press the base of the valve to open it.
The valve closes mechanically in about two seconds. As such, it is normal for a bit of air to escape after inflation. This is why you must close the cap quickly.
What should I do if the armbands deflate while I'm inflating it?
There could be a valve malfunction. The valve is not closing properly and too much air is escaping before the cap is closed. To replace it correctly, pinch the valve 2 or 3 times with your fingers, then inflate the product to the maximum and close the cap. The flap should reposition itself correctly.
Recommendation to avoid premature discolouration
After using them, rinse your armbands. Do not leave them in direct sunlight.