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Stohlquist Infant/Toddler Nemo Infant Personal Floatation Device


List Price: $59.95
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Ships from and sold by 4 Corners Riversports.
  • 200 denier oxford shell and liner
  • Convenient grab handle with floating beads stays open and is easy to locate
  • PVC free, built with gaia foam
  • Hand wash soap and water, China

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Product Description

Infants 8-30 lbs. Unique wrap-around flotation turns a child face up. Dual support collars cradle the head. Front zipper entry and adjustable leg strap secure the jacket in place.

  • ASIN: B004ZR99CE
  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: Nemo Infant PFD
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #323,556 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)
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    Customer Reviews

    This is a great life jacket of an infant.
    Chandra
    It has soft fabric and pliable material rather than blocky foam.
    Kelly
    The fit is great and she seems very comfortable in it.
    Mark Schow

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    124 of 139 people found the following review helpful By Marissa Grove on July 6, 2010
    Color Name: RedSize Name: Infant
    I have not bought this item, but I did notice that this vest is a type 3, most other vests on Amazon are type 2. I can't find type 1 (for an infant). Anyway, check out the American Academy of Pediatrics at [...] to find out what you need.

    Parents should choose from the following personal flotation devices (PFDs) approved by the US Coast Guard. Child PFD approvals are based on the child's weight. Check the user weight on the label.

    LIFE JACKETS

    TYPE 1: This jacket floats the best. It is designed to turn most people who are unconscious in the water from the face-down position to an upright and slightly backward position. This jacket helps the person to stay in that position for a long time. It is to be used in open water and oceans. It is available in only 2 sizes: 1 size for adults more than 90 pounds and 1 size for children less than 90 pounds.

    TYPE 2: This jacket can turn a person upright and slightly backward but not as much as the Type 1 jacket. It may not always help an unconscious person to float face up. It is comfortable and comes in many sizes for children.

    TYPE 3: This jacket is designed for conscious users in calm, inland water. It is very comfortable and comes in many styles. This life jacket is often used for water sports and should be used only when it is expected that the rescue can be done quickly.

    LIFE PRESERVERS

    TYPE 4: A life preserver is a cushion or ring and is not worn. It is designed to be used in two ways. It can be grasped and held until the person is rescued, or it can be thrown to someone in the water until he or she is rescued. It is not a toy and should only be used in a rescue situation. Check the label on the life preserver to be sure it meets US Coast Guard or state regulations.
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    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Lollie on July 28, 2010
    Color Name: RedSize Name: Infant Verified Purchase
    I purchased this item for my infant daughter. She is one of those long skinny babies and none of the other life jackets i tried on her fit her safely and comfortably. This one is great. It adjusted to fit her and she loves wearing it in the pool. It stays where it belongs instead of riding up around her ears.
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    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Kelly on May 24, 2012
    I just picked up the 2012 version of this life jacket after reading all the great reviews it has received. The 2012 version is available on Amazon under a different link, just search Stohlquist Nemo. The biggest enhancement is adding a front buckle strap that will prevent the vest from coming off in the event a child manages to unzip it. The 2012 version is also clearly marked as a US Coast Guard Approved Class 2 life jacket. We picked up the vest in yellow with blue highlights, there is also a red version with yellow.

    I was hesitant to invest this much in an infant life jacket as my son is reaching its upper weight limits (16 months, 26 lbs) so I first tried the Stearns Infant Hydroprene Infant Life Jacket. I didn't even manage to get it full buckled on him before he was wailing. It was a very close fit around his neck and the rear flap stood up against the back of his head.. He might have been okay with some calming down and distracting, but it looked really uncomfortable to me with the close fitting neck and large chest foam pad. I returned it and bit the bullet and picked up the Stohlquist.

    As many other reviewers have said, this life jacket stands out from the others in this class. It has soft fabric and pliable material rather than blocky foam. My favorite part is the V neck and the fact that the head flotation flap will lie down against the back of the neck and upper back when the child is out of the water. I only wish we had bought it earlier so I'd get more mileage out of it for the money.

    **Update**
    We made it thru the summer with my son in the infant version of this vest. He was up to 29 lbs by the end of the summer and the vest was perfect. It gave us great piece of mind to not have to watch him every second around the pool.
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By rurallife on March 30, 2012
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    I would highly recommend this jacket when used in appropriate situations (out on a boat, for example). We bought this life jacket and our son finds it very comfortable--so comfortable that he immediately fell asleep the first time in it and slept for an hour straight on a boat ride. It is a type II life jacket (contrary to more than one comment that it's type III), and we were unable to find any type I life jackets for infants. The neck area held his head immobile when he was very young. He started going out in a small power boat with us on calm days at two months old (about 11 lbs.). While we went slowly, there is always some vibration from the boat and small swells. This jacket made me very comfortable that his head wasn't shaking around uncontrollably. We haven't tried it yet this year now that he's bigger (almost 20 lbs.), but it will still fit him and I expect he will enjoy it.

    This life jacket does what infant life jackets are intended to do: to flip a baby face up in the case of an emergency. A life jacket shouldn't be used to help you or your child think he's safe in the water, and shouldn't be used when you're playing with your child in shallow water or because you can't keep your eyes on them. Babies and water are an inherently unsafe combination, life jacket or not.
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