b"554 $ All Prices in PFDCanadian Dollars $Pilot Inflatable PFD by Plastimo150 Newton inflatable lifejacket ; self-righting capacity. Independent neon yellow air chamber, protected by a very resistant outer cover. Inflation with 33gram CO2 gas cylinder with reflecting tapes. CE approved integrated harness. Adjustable waist belt, 46 mm wide, resistance 2500 daN. Anti-magnetic 316 L stainless steel buckles. Tube for oral inflation with non-return valve. Also allows pressure adjustment. Improved comfort and better body fit. 25 mm wide polypropylene webbing. Comes with waist strap, whistle and Grab handle.Comes in a standard one-size-fits-all, 60-130cm. 150 Newton buoyancy inflatable lifejackets.Self-righting capacity : turns most wearers face up within 5 seconds,even unconscious (equipped with a regular foul weather gear). Inflation : 33gram CO gas cylinder Inflation mode : manual, automatic, automatic/Manual Depending on the unit Tube for oral inflation, with non-return valve. Totally independent air chamber, efficiently protected by the outer shell.Waist strap Models with a CE harness : 46 mm wide adjustable polyester webbing.Models without a harness : 40 mm wide polypropylene webbing.Buckles Models with a CE harness : 316 L stainless steel, non-magnetic.Models without a harness : buckles in composite material.Grab loop Facilitates grabbing the victim and hoisting person out of the water.Ergonomic shape Short on chest and cutaway sides, rounded neck for superior comfort. Hardwearing and flexible outer shell with reflective piping.Buoyancy Rated 150 N, actual buoyancy 165 N (33 g CO gas bottle).The Pilot 150 N inflatable lifejackets comply with the european (CE) standards currently in force :Inflatable lifejackets without harness : EN396 standard, applicable to 150 N lifejackets.Inflatable lifejackets with a harness : EN396 standard, applicable to 150 N lifejackets, and EN1095 standard, applicable to safety harnesses.What does it mean: lifejackets comply with the european CE Standards??What it means is that manufacturer did not want to spend $100,000's to have it approved in Canada.You can still wear it, but you must carry an approved PFD for everyone on board.I have been wearing these for years!Peter554 email: hmp@hollandmarine.comwebsite: www.hollandmarine.comfax:905-891-7972tel:905-891-1639"