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Old 03-24-2004, 08:27 AM
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SRP stuff in great quality...def recommend them...

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My wife loves the yellow one with the black and white checks. I think I'm gonna order 2 of them with our names embroidered on them from Ben.
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Can someone post the cost of these poker run life jackets? Are they "self-righting" ? (as in roll you over in the water?- hope you know what I mean)
I would like to compare them to the lifelines.
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These Poker Run Jackets for a base solid color is $275 (sometimes they do go on sale, or quantity brings that down), then with the double flames you're looking at $110 extra and for the checkered flags add $75, and the custom swoosh it will add around $120.

Ref. the "roll over" these jackets are not "designed" to truly roll you face up, although depending on the size of the person, they can. Nobody in this business will ever "guarantee" that a lifejacket will roll you up right (to much liability). The neck collar that we add helps, but it not a sure thing. They are constructed with ballistic material for impact, lifting straps are available, and crotch straps are standard. They are very comparable to Lifelines, if that is what you are comparing them to. (SRP's are better I must say.)

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Just ordered mine from Lifeline. They will custom fit as I'm sure Ben will also. They even spoke highly about SRP also. It's nice to know that competition in the marine industry can be civil and respectful of each other. (no bashing ).
I'm sure you can't go wrong with either of these products, and you surely can't put a price tag on safety.

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They even spoke highly about SRP also. It's nice to know that competition in the marine industry can be civil and respectful of each other. (no bashing ).
I'm sure you can't go wrong with either of these products, and you surely can't put a price tag on safety.

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It is refreshing in this day and time... Thanks Thunder32.

Racing, Poker Runs, or just High Speed on the water, IT IS Dangerous and both Lifeline and SRP are simply here to help make it safer for all of you out there. Both of our companies have and will continue to provide a good product to this industry and, I think I speak on Lifelines behave also when I say this...

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keep up the good work Ben....
"can't put a price tag on safety"
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