We have a Nookie 20m River Water Flood Rescue Throwline in for review at Unsponsored.Continue reading
So over the last few years I have been lucky enough to be using the APE Element jacket which I believe practical, comfortable and downright amazing. So I thought I would take some time to talk you through my favourite piece of gear which I have been using in that time: The Ape Element jacket!Continue reading
Chris Brain runs through the three simple steps to properly fit your PFD.Continue reading
We bought this HF Little Fish Throwbag a week or so ago and reckon it is about time we posted a first look.
The HF Little Fish throwbag is small. You would expect it to be given that it contains only 9m of 7.5mm floating rope. This puts it in the position of being longer than a bought rescue tape but shorter than most throw bags currently on the market.Continue reading
Kokatat have developed a new towing system for use with their PFDS called the River Tow Tether.
The Kokatat River Tow Tether is a five foot webbing cow tail/tow tether with adjustable length so that it fits snug against your rescue life vest to minimize snag hazard. This video will demonstrate how to install, adjust and pack the River Tow Tether .Continue reading
If you carry a throw line with you whilst paddling you should also carry a knife that is at least capable of cutting the rope that the line is made from.Continue reading
The PEAKUK throwline comes in 15m, 20m or 25m lengths. The one we have here is the smallest 15m version.
The throwline comes equipped with 15m of 9.5mm floating rope. Compared to the 18m of 7.5mm rope used in the HF weasel and 18m of 8mm line used within the Palm Equipment Lightning throw bags. So although it is very slightly shorter the thicker rope means that the system is much easier to handle when under load.Continue reading