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crj3770111 wrote a review of on March 30, 2010

5 5

This is my second SeaO2 (the first was destroyed in a fire) and I thought long and hard about shelling out $200 again. But there is no other PFD out there with this amount of flotation; period. I paddle some rough waters and prefer a PFD with less bulk but if I come out I would rather have lots of flotation. The SeaO2 provides the combination of both. If I'm going to be dragged by the tide out the Straits of Juan de Fuca I want to be at least floating on top. I keep my VHF in the big pocket and my GPS in the mesh pocket. This is spendy but worth it.

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crj3770111 wrote an answer about on March 30, 2010

Back = 8" not including the mesh
Back = 16" including the mesh
Overall height in front = 13.5"

This is my second SeaO2. I like to use it in rough conditions because it's less bulky but offers more buoyancy if you come out. I paddle kayaks with backbands (not seat backs) and it's been very comfortable. If you want more buoyancy than a typical adult's PFD but without the bulk this is an excellent choice. Good pockets too.

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