ATHENA 165 HARNESS LIFEJACKET
The Athena 165 Harness is a women’s life jacket and the world’s first inflatable life jacket developed for women’s bodies. The vest recently came 2nd in the Innovation of the Year class in the prestigious British Sailing Award. The fit is tailored to the woman’s anatomy – we placed the valve and cartridge under the bust for maximum flexibility and fit. Athena 165 Harness Lifejacket has extra good adjustment possibilities and is pretty and flexible. The life vest closes easily with a comfortable padded velcro, which protects from the hard buckle of the waistband. This variant is also equipped with an integrated harness. Athena 165 Harness has a high carrying capacity of 165N and is therefore classified as a lifejacket. If you want to read more about different safety classes and types of life jackets, you can do so here.
- 5 year warranty
- CE marked ISO
AREA OF USE
Open boat 40%
Vacation boat/Cruiser 40%
Match race 50%
Offshore OSR 20%
Vacation boat/Cruiser 100%
Buoyant force 165 Newtons
The buoyancy of a life jacket is measured in the unit Newton. The life jacket must have sufficient buoyancy to keep the user’s airway above the surface. The vests are divided into different classes depending on the amount of buoyancy, however the actual Newton number may vary depending on the size of the vest.
Indicates the size of the carbon dioxide cartridge used on inflatable products. The cartridge must be checked before each use.
The product is equipped with a UML Pro-sensor Elite for automatic inflation.
Integrated safety harness
The product has an integrated safety harness approved according to EN ISO 12401.
With crotch strap
The product is equipped with a removable crotch strap.
With a whistle
The product is equipped with a whistle approved according to EN ISO 12401.
5 year warranty
Product with 5 year warranty.
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WHICH MODEL SHOULD I SELECT?
A good buoyancy aid rated to 50Newton class will support a person over 25 kg with a good freeboard but will still require the wearer to be a good swimmer as it will not turn you over into the safe back position. This category contains all-purpose, specialist buoyancy aids and floatation clothing. These are popular products because they have a perfect balance between function, freedom of movement and security.
If you require more buoyancy or are a non-swimmer you should look at our 100Newton lifejacket selection and these are available in sizes to suit persons from 3 kg to over 100Kg. We would like to point out that we are especially proud of our children’s 100Newtons lifejackets. Should you require more freedom of movement and extra buoyancy please look at 150 Newton inflatable lifejackets.
NEWTON CLASSIFICATION FOR LIFEJACKETS AND BUOYANCY AIDS
- 50 Newton Class / EN 393 / EN ISO 12402-5
Buoyancy aids and floatation clothing that hold a person afloat with a greater safety margin. Must be used by swimmers only as they do not help you onto a safe back position in the water. For person 25kg and over.
- 100 Newton Class / EN 395 / EN ISO 12402-4
Inherent foam lifejackets with the buoyancy concentrated to the front and collar to help a person turn over onto the safe back position. Suitable for swimmers and non-swimmers.
- 150 Newton Class / EN 396 / EN ISO 12402-3
Inflatable lifejackets with good turning capacity when inflated. Can be inflated manually or automatically. For persons 40 kg and over.
- 275 Newton Class / EN 396 / EN ISO 12402-2
Inflatable lifejackets with extremely good turning capacity. For industrial use only. Manual or Automatic inflation. For persons 40 kg and over.
WHICH SIZE SHOULD I SELECT?
It is more important that a lifejacket should be selected for fit and comfort and not to be able to ride up rather than the weight category indicated on the label. For children, this is especially true and the lifejacket should never be purchased to “grow into”.