BESTO BUM BAG STYLE 150N, MANUAL
BUM BAG 150N LIFEJACKET
In a carry pouch, to wear around the waist. Ideal as a lifejacket for supping,
motor boating, rowing or kayaking.
Comfortable to wear, also when wearing light (summer) clothing.
Ideal when freedom of movement is needed for example rowing and for (sea)
kayaking. Can also be used as a spare lifejacket or as a tender(boat) lifejacket.
Overhead type jacket
Only manually inflated
Active jacket: Action of the wearer is needed for donning and activating. Not to be
used in situations that might render you unconscious before you hit the water
(ie. sailing, racing, or other activities where you could be stuck in the head)
• United Moulders MK5
Cylinder: 31 – 33 gram – 150N
• Adult Waistbelt Blue
• Solas Reflective Tape
Rather go on the water than in the water!
If you fall in the water unexpectedly, Besto offers the BEST rescue.
People with attention to safety choose Besto lifejackets.
Do not save money when buying a lifejacket or buoyancy aid.
They can be your last resort!
- Buy a lifejacket that matches your weight and the activity that you are planning to do on the water.
- A life jacket should be comfortable to wear and give you enough freedom of movement. For children never buy a jacket that is too large.
- Always buy a lifejacket which states, how to use and maintain it.
- When buying a lifejacket take into account the clothing you will be wearing on the water. Clothing can counteract the working of the jacket.
How do you maintain your BESTO lifejacket?
Do not perform any repairs on the lifejacket yourself.
Return the lifejacket to your dealer or contact Besto.
Rules for maintenance and/or use of lifejackets
Please note: A lifejacket or buoyancy aid will only be effective when:
» you have chosen the right category and model according to the kind of use required.
» you have chosen the right size according to the weight of the wearer.
» you wear and maintain the lifejacket according to the enclosed manuals.
» you wear the lifejacket each time when there is a risk of falling into the water.
» you never wear it underneath your clothing or jacket.
» you test the lifejacket before using it. Check if the lifejacket is armed and if
needed (teach your children how to turn and/or float in their lifejacket