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Old 25 January 2015, 03:57   #1
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Country: Poland
Boat name: T1
Length: 5m +
Engine: EVINRUDE 115 HO
MMSI: 261026640
Join Date: May 2014
Posts: 411
Advice please - Life Jacket: Baltic GP, Secumar Survival or


I'm looking for comfortable Life Jacket.
I have Lalizas stuff, Sigma, Omega but kids grown up so I need to buy 2 more.
I use boat in Greece mostly 1-2 months in summer.
Sometimes kids forgot about jacket and jump to warm See so I have to buy jackets and spare parts at ones (these for Lalizas have reasonable price)

So I made a research and choose:

1. Lalizas Epsilon (Hammar MA1), neoprene neck 90 EUR

2. Baltic GP (150 EUR)

3. Secumar Survival 220 (220 EUR)

220 EUR

I do prefer now (order is important):

0. Good quality
1. "Belt Clip" - solid one.
2. Comfortable even on skin only or cloths (in Poland)
3. D rings and pockets are welcome
4. Spare parts - reasonable price
5. It be good to fit in locker and not consume a lot of space - but modern, comfortable jackets 3D will not fulfill it so I can secure them to jockeys by some secure line and padlock

It looks like Baltic is good choice between price and my needs but I'm open to any suggestion.
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