Larry Day Invents Multi-purpose Hydrid Pull Buoy

Larry Day Invents Multi-purpose Hydrid Pull Buoy

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California.

Larry Day, a lifelong competitive swimmer and a former butterflyer from the University of Michigan, has always thought about useful products for swimmers.

Designer of My Pace Pal, an underwater pace clock for pool swimmers, the American attorney and inventor has now turned his creative energies to the open water community. He developed the multi-purpose Variable Ballast Training Buoy & Hydration Carrier for pool and open water swimmers.

Released at an introductory price of $39.00 (plus shipping), the Hybrid pull buoy includes a patent pending fastener system that allows full kicking from the hip; stays in place during long swims and flip turns. Open water swimmers can carry water, sports drinks and food in the two PURIST Water Bottles that are included.

The Hydrid pull buoy also comes with an attachable bright red warning device that sticks out of the water in order to alert boaters, windsurfers, and Jet-skiers of an open water swimmer.

For more information on the new pull buoy, Day can be reached via email ([email protected]) or telephone +1-810-853-1159.

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