Onyx 24 Manual Inflatable PFD Universal Belt Pack

Onyx 24 Manual Inflatable PFD Universal Belt Pack


The Onyx M 24 Manual Inflatable PFD Universal Belt Pack activates by manual inflation or oral inflation.


  • Reflective piping for increased visibility
  • Universal size fits adults over 80 pounds
  • Zippered pocket for convenient storage
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The Onyx M 24 Manual Inflatable PFD Universal Belt Pack is a convenient and comfortable solution for safety in aquatic applications such as boating or fishing. The belt pack is discrete yet spacious, with a zippered pocket for convenient storage of keys, cell phone, or identification. The reflective piping increases visibility. The pack is universal, fitting adults over 80 pounds but not approved for children under 16 years of age. The PFD is US Coast Guard approved with Type III Performance.

Notable Specifications:
  • Size: universal
  • Box dimensions: 4"H x 7"W x 15"L
  • Weight: 1.5 pounds
What's Included:
  • (1) PFD belt pack
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Onyx 24 Manual Inflatable PFD Universal Belt Pack 130000-700-004-12 Manual inflatable PFD universal belt pack
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