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North Water 4-Bailer Kayak Throw Bag

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Product title: North Water 4-Bailer Kayak Throw Bag


The North Water 4-Bailer Throw Bag gives you 4 key safety items in 1 amazing product. It’s a buoyant heaving line, bailing bucket, signaling device, and Hi-Viz reflector that meets Coast Guard regulations for human-powered boats under 19’ 8” or 6 m.

  • Durable pack cloth bag
  • Throw/tow line
  • One liter bailing bucket
  • Pea-less safety whistle
  • Hi-VIZ trim
  • Won't crack or break like a plastic safety kit
  • Compact, flexible, easy to stuff, knot & throw
  • Mesh panel drains & dries quickly
  • Easily clips to boat for secure & quick access
  • Meets Coast Guard regulations for human-powered boats under 19 ft. 8 in.

North Water 4-Bailer Kayak Throw Bag Technical Specifications

Bag Material 420D Pack cloth
Length 50’
Diameter 1/4”
Weight 290 g
Rated 5.0 stars
Based on 2 reviews
2 reviews
  • JR
    James R.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    5 years ago
    A Must for safety

    This is very nice and affordable. Surprisingly, the tiny whistle is LOUD!

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  • N
    Flag of United States
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    9 years ago
    North Water 4-Bailer Kayak Throw Bag

    This is a big improvement over one of those hard plastic bulky bucket safety kits, especially if you are planning to portage a canoe. During previous (tandem) canoe trips we used a "safety" kit, it was in the way all the time, during portages hanging from the front or back of the canoe it would bounce off stuff and became a safety hazard. Recently I brought one of these on a week long solo canoe trip with 14km worth of portages and it was very convienient, it can be strapped anywhere and does not get in the way. During portages it can optionally be stapped to or thrown into a pack easily. The bailer function works OK although I did not get much water in the canoe and only used it for that once. The rope has not yet been thrown but I can see how it would be much easier to throw than to have to unscrew the lid from a pail. If I had find something to complain about it would be that the strap slides through the buckle easily, not to worry though as it will stop at the end.

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