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Kwik Tek Life Line Boat Safety Kit

$12.99
Kwik Tek Life Line Boat Safety Kit - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Kwik Tek®'s Life Line™ Boat Safety Kit is a great gift for any boat owner. It contains a 50ft (15m) buoyant heaving line, bailer (watertight container), sound signaling device (pea-less whistle) and a watertight flashlight.
FEATURES:

  • 50 ft (15m) buoyant heaving line
  • Bailer (watertight container)
  • Sound signaling device (pea-less whistle)
  • Watertight flashlight
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 11440065

Customer Reviews:

Kwik Tek Life Line Boat Safety Kit 2.3 5 4 4
Its OK the line and buoy was the main reason i bought it.The other reason i bought it was because it looks like it comes with a flare gun but it does not. Flashlights a little cheap feeling but i tested to see if it watertight and passed the bucket test. Does come in a decent bailer that it also watertight so dont have to worry about it in case of flips. August 24, 2013
Lousy bailer... All I wanted was a decent bailer. This has a round bottom, and doesn't flex enough to fit the deck of my boat (like a cut off 2 liter bottle would). I already had a whistle, flashlight, and rope. I just wanted a good bailer, it is the one thing it the 'kit' I might have used. But a good bailer, this ain't! July 17, 2012
A Must for all small craft owners! This product is a must for all owners of small crafts and satisfies a number of requirements. May 8, 2012
Do not buy this This is not even comforting. A cheap flashlight that barely reaches five feet from the lens, a whistle that you can get for a quarter at [...] and a rope with a float ball? All in a semi-waterproof can for what reason I cannot fathom. Nothing in it that would really help in an emergency. Please take this out of your catalogue for the good of your reputation. August 17, 2011
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