Splash About Collections UV UPF50+ Sun Protection Float Suit with Adjustable Buoyancy Turtle Mania 2-4 Years B071NLVGR3

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Splash About Collections UV UPF50+ Sun Protection Float Suit with Adjustable Buoyancy Turtle Mania 2-4 Years B071NLVGR3

  • nylon lycra

  • Imported

  • UPF 50+ Sun Protection

  • The UV Floatsuit helps your child gain confidence in the water

  • 16-piece adjustable float system allows flexibility

  • This products is a learn to swim aid and not a life saving device. It must be used with constant adult supervision

  • New Zip back opening for easy fitting (New designs)

  • Splash About uv float suitour float suits are the perfect learn to swim aid, allowing children full use of their arms, whilst positioning them correctly in the water, unlike armbands. The easy float system allows to gradually reduce the buoyancy as the child gains confidence and begins to swim independently. For that all-over protection, our upf50+ uv float suit is the perfect solution. Providing extra coverage for arms, legs and shoulders, it's a perfect option for hotter climates and peace of mind in and out of the water. To use, particularly for younger children, it is very important to gain the child's balance first. We describe it like learning to ride a bike and the suit may need a few wears before you can let go of your child's hands. Hold both of the child’s hands and encourage the child to kick their legs in order to hold an upright position in the pool. Once they begin to gain more confidence and can stay in the correct swimming position, you can start by letting go of one hand at a time. If they are unable to get used to the buoyancy, you may need to reduce some floats and follow the same procedure until they gain their balance.

    Splash About Collections UV UPF50+ Sun Protection Float Suit with Adjustable Buoyancy Turtle Mania 2-4 Years B071NLVGR3


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