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Davis Self-Inflating Key Buoy

Davis Self-Inflating Key Buoy

Description

The Davis Self-Inflating Key Buoy releases an air tube which inflates automatically when keys fall into the water.

Features

  • Rises to the surface in as fast as 60 seconds for easy retrieval
  • Stays afloat for over an hour
  • Strong enough for items weighing up to 2.8 ounces
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$6.99
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$5.95
In Stock

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The ultimate key fob for boaters! When keys fall in the water, Key Buoy self-inflating key ring opens up, releasing an air tube which inflates automatically. The 14" (47 cm) inflated tube extends above the water, allowing you to reach over and pick them up. Key Buoy rises to surface in as fast as 60 seconds. May take longer in deeper water with maximum weight attached.

Strong enough for items weighing up to 2.8 ounces (80 grams) such as keys, small tools, deck plate keys. Suitable for single use only, so keep a spare on hand!

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Davis Self-Inflating Key Buoy 530 Self-inflating key buoy
$5.95
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