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In the Media

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Manny Carabello,
Tow-in Surfer
Jaws Beach,
Maui, Hawaii


Introduction

Danial Andersson, tow-in Surfer, Photo by www.benjaiglesis.com/Submersible Systems introduces a safety product specifically designed for the extreme water-sport enthusiast.  The Spare Airô Xtreme sport uses the same proven technology that SCUBA divers have using since the sport became popular.  For over 23 years, divers around the world have used Spare Air to perform self-rescues and to save others where only a few extra breaths are necessary to prevent drowning.  The HEED version of the Spare Air has been helping the Military, Firemen and other rescue personnel save lives in land rescue situations.

Photo by Lane JacobsOver the years, kayakers, surfers and other water-sportsmen have been using the Spare A surfer featured on DennoPop.com uses and Xtreme SportAir as a rescue safety device. Their only complaint - they needed something that was "hands free."  The Xtreme sport solves this by reducing the size of the air tank and mounting the unit in a neoprene vest in a chest pocket.  Now your next breath is only inches away.

For more information about how the Xtreme sport works, visit our "The Details" page.  Manny Carabello and Danial Andersson (above) from the Xtreme Sport Team have written their thoughts about using the Spare Air while tow-in surfing.  Click for the scoop!

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