0944KIT-00-000

Stearns 0944 Rearm Kit

Stearns 0944 Rearm Kit
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0944 Rearm Kit

Add another season of work to your Stearns life jacket when you recharge the activation hardware with a Stearns Rearm Kit 0944. The package includes the specially-designed cylinder that fits life vests made especially for this kit number, a water sensitive bobbin, a green indicator tab and step-by-step rearming instructions. Check your life vest's Owner's Manual for the rearming kit that matches your PFD. It may be unsafe to substitute another design.

  • For use with Stearns life jackets designed for Rearm Kit #0944
  • For use with PFD models: 38APRO, 38ASTD, 38AHAR, and 38AMPV


Kit includes:
  • CO2 cylinder
  • a water sensitive bobbin
  • a green indicator tab
  • step-by-step rearming instructions
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    Stearns 0944 Rearm Kit 0944KIT-00-000 STEARNS 0944 REARM KIT
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