WaterBuoy Floatation Device - HALF PRICE SPECIAL £7.49 @ 7dayshop + £3.95 P&P & 2% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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I remember seeing this on Dragons Den, neat idea very handy for marine types :-)

As seen on BBC2's "Dragons Den" the Multi Award Winning WaterBuoy is the Worlds 1st and strongest flotation device which is visible at night. It is the "must have accessory" for anyone who is on or near the water!
7dayshop.com is delighted to bring you the WaterBuoy at an Exclusive New 1/2 Price Special of just £7.49 (UK RRP £14.99) but only for a very limited time...
Simply attach a WaterBuoy to your keyring (or other equipment) and help protect it from accidental loss. WaterBuoy offers the following features...

Able to lift up to 1kg in weight
Reacts in seconds to contact with water
Keeps on floating for up to 24 hours
Powerful built in flashing high intensity LED light is visible at night and up to 250 meters
Weighs a mere 32 grams and is very compact at just 7cm in length

Play it Extra Safe: Attach your WaterBuoy to your Keys, camera equipment or case, binoculars, mobile phone, GPS unit, PDA, radio receivers, fishing tackle equipment and also any valuable or essential tools etc. Remember WaterBuoy can lift up to 1kg in weight. If your case or equipment is heavier than 1kg then why not attach another or as many as may be needed !!

A great accessory or gift idea for anyone who uses any form of boat or watercraft including canoes and kayaks etc. Ideal for fishing too !

Please note: This item does not come with any keys pictured. <--- THAT'S JUST FUNNY!
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#1
http://i297.photobucket.com/albums/mm222/d_dixon50/prod_104145_1.jpg
#2
Is 7dayshop connected to one of the 'Dragons' then?
#3
I hope this isn't as bad as "Reggae Reggae Sauce"
#4
Won't need one myself, but just like to say what a fantastic invention.
#5
great price for a great little idea

but

i have no use for this. " and for that reason i wont be investing"!!!!!

:-D
#6
Reggae sauce is so nice.
#7
joeymcjoe;2332405
I hope this isn't as bad as "Reggae Reggae Sauce"

Both have Peter Jones & Theo on board. Levi Roots is TOP though :-D
1 Like #8
why does it only float for 24 hours?

Thats nothing, they need to speak to a guy where I used to work as he got things to float for a full week in the gents!
#9
This obviously has limited appeal and is not selling very well, so it is being sold at half cost.
Shame it is a good idea but has only a small market.
#10
"Never lose anything overboard again"


I think it's likely that the Maxwell family have bought a couple of these (though thankfully they weren't around when the big fat Czech went that way)
#11
jimbobyorks
why does it only float for 24 hours?

Thats nothing, they need to speak to a guy where I used to work as he got things to float for a full week in the gents!


Hah!
#12
I can think of a few people who may benefit from this!!!

Thanks....
banned#13
yeah great product and great idea....but Iive no where near water and spend no time at all on a boat! It takes me back to Bullseye when I was a kid,,,,,, 'You live in Birmingham in the middle of the country and the star prize is a speed boat, to share with your best mate who can not even play darts'!.

:thumbsup:
#14
handy thing but the closest i get to any water is a shower lol
#15
Hmm, no use for this myself, but if was inventing it, I think I would make it a key finding (whistle and it beeps) bottle opening (due to shape) handly led torch floatation device.

Something that big on my keys needs to do a lot more than just float.
#16
Are you pleased to see me, or just caught in the rain?
banned#17
joeymcjoe;2332405
I hope this isn't as bad as "Reggae Reggae Sauce"


That sauce is lovely..
#18
I've lost 3 pairs of police sunglasses "overboard". I'm gonna tie one of these to my current pair:-D
#19
I have nearly dropped my keys down the drain twice so "I WILL BE INVESTING !" :)
#20
jimbobyorks
why does it only float for 24 hours?

Thats nothing, they need to speak to a guy where I used to work as he got things to float for a full week in the gents!


Now that's funny. LOL
#21
ericc78uk;2332445

i have no use for this. " and for that reason i wont be investing"!!!!!

:-D


that's so funny
#22
what would happen if you dropped it in a puddle or got it wet with rain?
#23
Found this, which makes things a little clearer:

http://www.gadgetvenue.com/waterbuoy-miniature-automatic-flotation-device-11195643/

I thought it was just a lump of polystyrene, but its more complicated than that! I was tempted to get one for my waterproof camera, as I go canoeing a fair bit, but its not clear if the gas is refillable.

It doesn't fire if it gets splashed, only when its submerged. I'd imagine you'd look quite silly dropping it in a deep puddle though, unless you cluld fill it with helium and have it float back into your hands without having to bend down to pick it up! ;)
#24
blackster
what would happen if you dropped it in a puddle or got it wet with rain?


thats what i was thinking. if i had a mate with this would blatently tip water over them. and then watch them inflate.
banned#25
blackster
what would happen if you dropped it in a puddle or got it wet with rain?


exactly what I was thinking, bit expensive to try and find out though :? makes me wonder if it's the same device they put on auto inflating life jackets, no one can give me an answer as to what happens when it rains or you get splashed with a big wave. I reckon they've just found out this device has already been patented on life jackets.
#26
Attach your WaterBuoy to your Keys, camera equipment or case, binoculars, mobile phone, GPS unit, PDA, radio receivers, fishing tackle equipment


mmm, can't imagine you'd have much use for your PDA, camera equipment or radio receiver after it's made a trip to the bottom of the lake and back... :whistling:
#27
Passed this to a friend, who's son is in the Sea Cadets. Sounds a great idea for his car keys! Thanks for the link.
banned#28
sp3ctre
mmm, can't imagine you'd have much use for your PDA, camera equipment or radio receiver after it's made a trip to the bottom of the lake and back... :whistling:


unless you have it in a dry bag or aquapac cover :roll:
#29
Whatever happened to a cork with a bit of rope through it? Holds 1kg+ (depends on size) and NEVER sinks!

Voted cold cold cold!
#30
woodstock
Whatever happened to a cork with a bit of rope through it? Holds 1kg+ (depends on size) and NEVER sinks!

Voted cold cold cold!


At night?
As a professional hot, hot, hot
#31
woodstock
Whatever happened to a cork with a bit of rope through it? Holds 1kg+ (depends on size) and NEVER sinks!

Voted cold cold cold!


That's one BIG piece of cork to float a 1KG weight. :shock:

Not something you'd want attatched to your keys.
#32
what a nifty little device, if any of my family went near water id def invest for xmas presents. the in laws go on cruises alot so maybe this is the perfect xmas present. how fantastic
#33
Imagine falling overboard with this in your pocket!!!!!:w00t:
#34
Bez3000
Imagine falling overboard with this in your pocket!!!!!:w00t:


Ha ha ha ha ha !

You could use them as earings I suppose (although probably wouldn't keep your nose/mouth above water) just a thought ladies :thumbsup: You'd look super with a pair of these hanging off your ears would go great with a lovely Versace black dress.... :whistling:
#35
mummyspam1985
what a nifty little device, if any of my family went near water id def invest for xmas presents. the in laws go on cruises alot so maybe this is the perfect xmas present. how fantastic




LOL. Would they manage to get the captain to stop the cruise ship to collect their floating keys!?:-D
#36
Great idea, The only downside for me is that I believe its not reusable. There are loads on the market which are cheaper and reusable.
eg
http://www.marinemegastore.com/category-General-Gifts-GFTGEN.htm
#37
how about this then, what if you son or daughter plays with your keys etc (as many kids do these days) and puts this thing in their mouth!

Could bring a whole new meaning to "inflatable buoy"
banned#38
limited appeal but a great product none the less!
#39
lumoruk
makes me wonder if it's the same device they put on auto inflating life jackets, no one can give me an answer as to what happens when it rains or you get splashed with a big wave.


In short, nothing will happen.

If it employs a hydrostatic release mechanism, then the follwing information may hep:

"Hydrostatic pressure is applied to objects submerged in water. The hydrostatic inflator needs only to be submerged 4 inches (10 cm) for the hydrostatic pressure to open a pressure valve releasing a firing mechanism, automatically inflating ..."

Boats employ hydrostatic releases on deck mounted life rafts and so we dont want them to be popping off and infalting with every large wave (but I assume that the pressure required is configurable at production time).

:thumbsup:
#40
handy when dropped keys down the drain!

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