|The Water & Ice Rescue Frisbuoy is an innovative, easy to use, highly reliable, life saving water rescue device that can be very accurately thrown to a drowning victim as far away as 80 feet.|
Water & Ice Rescue Frisbuoy is easy, fast, and safe for the rescuer
Water & Ice Rescue Frisbuoy is effective for both water and ice rescues
Water & Ice Rescue Frisbuoy is designed as a life saving rescue tool in a water or ice environment. It is a substitute for other rescue devices such as the large difficult to throw white ring with heavy rope attached that is often seen on boats and ships. The rescuer can stay out of the water, because rescues can be performed from land, boat, or dock.
Water & Ice Rescue Frisbuoy stands up to unfavorable environmental conditions such as high and low temperatures as well as exposure to sunlight.
A person who knows how to throw a frisbee can become proficient with the Water & Ice Rescue Frisbuoy after only a few practice throws. Even those with little or no experience can learn to throw a Water & Ice Rescue Frisbuoy accurately with practice.
Water & Ice Rescue Frisbuoy is easy to transport and can be stored in a convenient location in your boat, car, or on your dock.
Many Police and Rescue vehicles carry a Water & Ice Rescue Frisbuoy. It is an essential life saving rescue tool that should be included in everyone’s rescue and safety equipment inventory.
The Water & Ice Rescue Frisbuoy is an easy to throw rescue device that has the aerodynamics of a large frisbee. It has a sealed flotation chamber with approximately four pounds buoyancy that will keep the head of a 200 pound individual above water as they are pulled to safety by the rescuer. The 80 feet of line wound around the outside diameter of the disc uncoils as it spins while sailing through its flight path. The bright yellow rope floats on the surface and can pull over 300 pounds through the water.
In a rescue situation the rescuer grabs the looped end of the rope then throws the disc past the individual in distress and pulls it back towards the individual. The distressed individual can grab either the rope or the disc and then be steadily pulled to safety by the rescuer.
After the rescue, the line is recoiled around the outside diameter of the disc, and it is ready for another use.