Secumar - VIVO 100 rowing Life jacket
The Secumar VIVO 100 rowing life jacket is a super all-rounder among life jackets.
- optimal freedom of movement
- high wearing comfort
- easy handling
- the rowing lifejacket is released manually.
- easy to maintain
- DIN certified
The Secumar VIVO 100 rowing life jacket, according to DIN EN ISO 12402-4, allows optimal freedom of movement.
An Eskimo role is not a problem.
In addition, the new model has a manual inflation device.
A life jacket is the most important personal safety equipment for saving lives. On the high seas and on coastal and inland waters, where most rowers and canoeists are active, the wearing of certified life jackets is mandatory. Only a functioning life jacket can save a person from drowning.
100N life jackets are used on inland waterways, such as lakes or rivers and sheltered waters, where neither swell nor gout are to be expected. The Secumar VIVI 100 live lacket, as well as other 100N life jackets, have only limited fainting safety. The background to this is that the VIVO 100 rowing live jacket and canoeing life jacket has a manual release. The Secumar VIVO 100 life jacket can of course also be used for sailing, but not for the open sea.
Secumar life jacket, together with rowing and canoeing experts, has developed rowing and life jackets and life jackets that do not restrict the rowing movement, and the rowing live jacket Secumar VIVO 100 is one of them.
The Secumar VIVO 100 rowing life jacket, thanks to its design, which offers a high freedom of movement, is also suitable as a SUP life jacket. It is recommended that SUP paddlers carry a lifejacket with them, especially when travelling alone.
If rowers, sailors or canoeists need a life jacket that opens automatically, we recommend the Secumar Secufit.
A life jacket is the most important personal safety equipment for saving lives. On the high seas and on coastal and inland waters, where most rowers are active, the wearing of certified lifejackets is mandatory. Only a functioning life jacket can save a person from drowning.
Secumar has worked with rowing experts to develop rowing life jackets and life vests that do not restrict the rowing movement, and the Secumar VIVO 100 rowing life jacket is one of them.
The advantages at a glance:
Comfort and freedom of movement:
The extremely short, slim shape offers maximum freedom of movement. Body-hugging non-applied fit. Very light weight.
The SECUMAR VIVO 100 is equipped with the patented SECUMATIC 301SM manual triggering system. This inflating device has a small green indicator that indicates a readiness of the vest. If the bracket is missing, the vest was triggered without the CO2 cartridge being replaced.
Attachment and storage:
Putting on and taking off the life jacket is very easy due to the light SECUMAR front closure, it is dressed like a normal jacket.
The float and protective cover can be separated from each other and replaced individually in the SECUMAR SERVICE.
DIN EN ISO 12402-4 (CE mark)
|Performance class (ISO 12402)||100 N|
|Inflating technology||Manual release SECU 301SM|
|CO₂ cartridge||22 g (HAND, 924)|
|Float system||CLASSIC float signal yellow|
|Standard||Neck fleece, mouth valve, signal flute, reflective stripes in the back area, vest pocket|
|Product Color||Blue, Orange|
|Height/ Body Weight||from 50 kg|
|Type of buoyancy||Inflatable|
|Clothing type||light clothing|
|3M® reflective strips||Yes|
|Back||Height-adjustable back strap|
|Protective cover material||Polyester|
SECUMAR – unique through consistent research and innovation
Many companies have made maritime safety their area of responsibility. But hardly any of them has approached the area with such high standards and as scientifically sound as Bernhardt Apparatebau GmbH u. Co from Holm near Hamburg.
For more than 50 years, the company, which manufactures and sells rescue equipment under the brand name SECUMAR , has stood for innovative products. Consistent research and the highest quality standards have helped Bernhardt Apparatebau to achieve a leading position in the industry worldwide.
The starting point of this unique development was basic research by company founder Jost Bernhardt. After his father Karl Bernhardt had produced helmet diving equipment from 1926, Jost Bernhardt turned to the field of distress rescue equipment after the war.