Life jackets

Life jackets support buoyancy and keep you afloat. However, depending on their use, a clear distinction must be made between buoyancy aids and life jackets. Life jackets have great buoyancy and keep you afloat. In addition, life jackets ensure that even if you pass out, you are always in a stable supine position. By specifying the safety class, you can distinguish between different areas of use: Type 100 is suitable for inland waters, classes from 150 are also suitable for the open sea. Buoyancy aids have a lower buoyancy and are often used for children and swimming beginners. Other buoyancy aids are also suitable for paddling. They are slim and offer full freedom of movement, but often do not keep the wearer afloat all by themselves.