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Q:I weigh 265 lbs. Will this work for me? Do you have another option that will?Asked on 4/11/2012 by buzz006 from Ostrander, Oh
Q:What does 'type 111 mean? Are these Coast Guard approved?
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MarieAsked on 7/28/2009 by Music Mermaid from Bolton Landing New York
A:Type I PFD - Off-Shore Life Jacket
Provides the most buoyancy Effective for all waters especially where rescue may be delayed Designed to turn most unconscious wearers to a face-up position in the water
Type II PFD - Near-Shore Buoyancy Vest Inflatable = 33.5 lbs. of flotation Intended for calm, inland water or where a quick rescue is possible Will turn some unconscious wearers to a face-up position in the water (turning is not as definite as with a Type I PFD)
Type III PFD - Flotation A
Good for conscious wearers in calm, inland water or where a quick rescue is possible
Designed so wearers can place themselves into a face-up position in the water (wearer may have to tilt head back to avoid flipping over) answer found at web site
SafeLifeJacktes.comAnswered on 8/10/2010 by my boat sunk from wyoming