Limited-Edition Crunchtada® Floatie
HOW DO I INFLATE FLOATIE?
Floaties can be inflated using manual or electric air pumps. Insert the air pump nozzle into the first valve to inflate. Once the first chamber is firm, release the nozzle and close the air valve. Repeat this step on the second valve - your float is now ready. Happy floating!
HOW DO I DEFLATE FLOATIE?
To deflate floatie, insert a straw or similar object into the first air valve, making sure that it
opens the air cap. Allow the air to escape the first chamber. Repeat this step on the second valve. Once the floatie is deflated you can fold it for storage.
DOES FLOATIE HAVE A WEIGHT LIMIT?
Recommended limit is 80kg/176lbs. It's recommended to be used by only by one adult at the time. Risk of not floating if this recommendation is not followed.
HOW CAN I MAINTAIN FLOATIE?
Wash it down with fresh water and wipe it using a wet rag after each use, keep it out of direct sunlight and store it in a cool and dry place. Inflatable floaties don’t like to be cooked in the sunshine so keeping it cool and in the shade when not in use.
WILL THE SUN CAUSE FLOATIE TO OVER INFLATE?
No, but we don’t recommend leaving floatie in direct sunlight for prolonged periods. Following this advice will keep floatie in good working order for as long as possible.
WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO STORE FLOATIE?
If you don’t plan to use floatie for a long time we recommend to store it in a cool, dry place and not in direct sunlight.
WHAT MATERIAL ARE FLOATIES MADE OF?
They are fully handmade out of TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane).
- Read instructions first.
- Not a lifesaving device.
- Use only under competent supervision. This floatie is not recommended for children.
- Adults only.
- Floatie is not a personal protective/lifesaving device.
- Swimmers only. No protection against drowning.
- Device provides floating stability.
- Device requires balancing.
- Risk of getting entrapped if air chambers are not appropriately inflated.
- Pool use only.