Fox 40 Marine Water Safety Rope and Float 50' (15.25 meters)

FOX40
SKU: FOXWSRF MFR: 7905-0000

About Fox 40 Marine Water Safety Rope and Float 50' (15.25 meters)

Fox 40 Marine Water Safety Rope and Float 50' (15.25 meters)
The Fox 40 Marine Water Safety Rope and Float 50' (15.25 meters) when thrown will sail smoothly through windy conditions, something that the traditional fabric bags have problems with since they tend to get caught up in the wind. The body of the Water Safety Rope and Float is clearly visible and easy to grasp. The float is made of tough Poly-Vinyl Chloride and is weather-resistant. The 50 ft. of yellow rope is made of extra-fine Polypropylene filaments woven into high-density braid, much softer and easier to handle than conventional coarsely- braided ropes. This rope is greatly used anywhere the potential for water rescue exists. The Fox 40 Marine Water Safety Rope and Float 50' (15.25 meters) is easy to identify because of the bright orange float and yellow rope, and a real lifesaver when it comes to bringing an exhausted diver or swimmer back to the boat. Keep this Marine Water Safety Rope and Float always on board, it will come in very handy one day.

Fox 40 Marine Water Safety Rope and Float 50' (15.25 meters) Features

  • Static 3/8" x 50' (9mm x 15.24 meters) rope
  • Extra-fine polypropylene filaments woven into high-density braid
  • Softer and easier to handle than conventional rope
  • Lab-tested to 900 lb (408kg) breaking strength
  • Float made of expanded poly-vinyl chloride
  • Float is tough and weather-resistant

Fox 40 Marine Water Safety Rope and Float 50' (15.25 meters) Specifications

Packed Length
7"
Packed Width
7.625"
Packed Depth
3.75"
Packed Weight
0.77 Lb
Minimum Pack Quantity
12
Rope Material
Polypropylene
Poly-Vinyl Chloride
Yes
Filament High-Density Braid
Yes
Rope Length
3/8"
Rope Width
50"
Tensile Strength
Lab-Tested 900 Lb
Line Color
Yellow Rope/Orange Float
Weight [with packaging]
0.7 lb
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kelly h  How do you throw it? Where do you hold on and should the rope be coiled?
ELIZABETH C  If you a throwing to someone in the water, I would definitely throw the float end. Coiled? Maybe stashed as neatly as possible. I use this rope to tie my kayak up at a dock when I am disembarking. For rescue, this rope is used as a tow line to the 2nd disabled boat - for me, a kayak. For rescuing people overboard a kayak, I use other devices, like a paddle float and/or a stirrup. This kind of rope is required to be on board on commercial waters such as the Hudson River.
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