QS Belt
is a small and easy belt sitting around the waist and can be used during winter as summer time.

Choose between automatic or manual inflation. The tecniq is similar to the inflate able lifesaving west and inflates autmaticly in 3 secounds.

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Product Catalog:

QS Buoy
is a small and easy lifesaving buoy that can carry everywhere instedad of the bi lifering. Wear it on the boat, surfboard, ice. Can also be used for own protection.

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QS Lifeline 
an inflatable throwing line, where the lifebuoy is located in a bag.

It blows up by direct contact with water. The victim who is in the water can now safely and securely be drawn to the land..

PRO10 Guardian

With a buoyancy of 60 newton PRO10 is the ideal safety companion for about anyone.

It can lift a full grown man from 10 meters of depth but also doubles as a regular floating aid for either you or the rescuee on the surface.

All QS units are easily reloaded and is ready to be deployed again within minutes.

Thanks to its small size when its uninflated multiple units can be carried in the same belt allowing for rescue and surface securing of multiple victims at the same time.

PRO20 Diver

With twice the buoyancy compared to PRO10. The diver version gets the job done when lifting capacity is the most crucial factor.

It has buoyancy of 120 newton inflated and can be deployed at a depth of down to 20 meters.

The built in check valve ensures a controlled ascent to the surface which makes it an ideal safety companion for rescue divers and for those who just needs a little more lifting power.

QS Torpedo

A safety solution aimed towards life guards working at beaches and public swimming facilities.

It has a buoyany of 60 newton. When used with the QS towing line it can be thrown to the rescuee and will inflate when the life saver starts reeling it in.

The towing line also allows the victim to be pulled to safety while the life guard swims with both hands, allowing for faster and less exhausting rescues.