Used under the arms and across the chest, these innovative floats help support the correct swim position.
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Revolutionary Fings from Splash About are yet another innovative product in our growing range of buoyancy and swim aids. Made out of unpuncturable closed cell foam, these bright yellow Fings leave your little one feeling like the coolest kid in the pool. Knowing the importance of keeping a low body profile in water, Splash About met with the guru’s and god’s of all things buoyancy and swim related (not to mention of course, the all-important swim instructors) to design and create a product that would revolutionise the use of buoyancy aids, particularly in swim classes. Splash About Fings’ main point of practice is to give children and babies the ability to stay afloat in water whilst maintaining a natural feel for water balance. Fings are a self-adjusting buoyancy aid and unlike most alternative options on the market, such as arm bands or woggles, Fings provide a child with a much lower and more natural swim position whilst also supporting and maintaining a natural up thrust in water. Their unique shape removes any restriction of movement in the arms and legs of a child - a vital practice in learning to swim - as movement must feel natural and free in order to improve water confidence and independence.
- Invented by the Splash Lab and used world wide
- Correctly positions children in the water
- Robust and flexible for ease of use.
- Available in 3 sizes.
- CE Tested 13138-1:2014
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