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- Features an internal throw rope in an inner bag that pulls completely free from the waist belt for a smooth safety toss.
- Throw bag contains 55 feet of 1/4" polypropylene rope, with a maximum tensile strength of 950 pounds.
- The Guardian clips securely around your waist with an adjustable belt with quick release buckle.
- Webbing loops along the belt are provided for carabiners.
|Load Max:||950 lbs. (4.2 kN)|
In this instructional video from NRS, we show you how to re-stuff your rescue throw bag so it will be ready to go when you need it most. A poorly stuffed rope bag can not only be frustrating, it can be dangerous. Properly stuffing your throw rope keeps it free of knots and tangles that can impede a swift-water rescue while whitewater kayaking, rafting or canoeing.
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Q:What are the differences between this throw bag an the NRS Pro Guardian Waist Throw Bag?Asked on 1/4/2014 by Alfonso Castello from Mexico
A:Using this waist bag from a kayak or raft is much quicker and safer for
rescues. Practice with the quick release buckle prior to any river use.Answered on 1/5/2014 by Anonymous
A:A cost of $25 and one can pull 950 lbs while the other can pull
2495 lbs.Answered on 1/5/2014 by Anonymous
A:Alfonso, the difference is in the rope. This bag has polypropylene rope with a maximum strength of 950 pounds. The Pro bag uses extra-strong Dyneema rope with a 2495 pound strength.Answered on 1/4/2014 by Clyde from NRS
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Q:how much does the whole thing weigh?Asked on 1/6/2013 by Donna from Canada
A:The whole package weighs less than two pounds. For rescue this is a
secondary device as I use a normal throwbag as the primary tool. For
recreation/kayaking I use it as my primary as it is available outside the
cockpit of the boat.
I have added two locking carabiners to the package, via the gear loops to
aid in building a mechanical advantage system with the line. I never get
near the water without it!
dbAnswered on 1/6/2013 by Anonymous
A:I've never weighed it. It's not much though, I don't even notice when wearing it or carrying it.Answered on 1/6/2013 by Anonymous
A:Mine weighs in at 1 pound 3.5 ounces.
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A:It weighs 1.3 pounds.Answered on 1/7/2013 by Clyde from NRS
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- Easy acccess
- Light rope
- Quick release system
- Putting it away quickly
- Stuffing the bag
- Day Trips
- Flat Waters
- Kayak Camping
- Ocean Swells
- Rapids Paddling
Comments about NRS Guardian Waist Throw Bag:
Great bag that is so easy to access and easy to throw it's hard to miss your target. The only downfall would be getting used to stuffing your bag it's a small bag with a small opening so it's defiantly a slow process at first but I got used to it. Then putting the bag back into its holder that sits around your waist was hard to do when it was on, but if there was someone close by to help then the task was done quickly. So overall a wonderful throw bag just a bit fiddly.
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