Seabirds Brighton found a fellow Seabirds, Puffin Swim who make these fantastic and eco-friendly drybag tow floats. Read on to see why we love them...now with a bigger size!
The Billy Eco25 Drybag Tow Float is an eco-friendly tow float.
Made from recycled plastic bottles and TPU.
- Made with bio-degradable TPU & RPET ( recycled plastic bottles)
- Bright orange to increase the visibility of the swimmer
- Great for rest stops
- Drybag for taking small items on your swim
- Lightweight yet, extremely durable and UV Resistant
- Shape and features all designed for reduced drag
- 2 air chambers with one-way valves.
The Billy Eco25 Drybag Float is light, bright, and designed to be better for the environment.
What to Put in Your Drybag Tow Float
What you wish to take with you on your swim will vary depending on the swim and your circumstances but there are some common small items that swimmers find handy to take, such as keys, phone, energy food, drinks, medication, small camera, lightweight footwear, small towel, t-shirt, etc. Remember whatever you take does have to be fairly lightweight and leave enough volume for the air to float the bag and of course, you don’t have to but anything in your drybag float, you can use it empty and simply use it as a regular tow float. NB: We recommend all electronic items are double-bagged, i.e. place them in a small waterproof bag or phone pouch before placing them inside your drybag tow float for added waterproof security.
Our Eco-friendly range of drybags floats are made from Biodegradable TPU and recycled single-use plastic. The material for these drybags is PVC-Free. These are the most eco-friendly floats available as they help reduce plastic going to landfill and the manufacturing process is better for the environment. These include the Billy Eco15 and the Billy Eco25.
Our Recycled range of tow floats and drybags are made from recycled single-use plastic and PVC. These floats help reduce plastic going to landfills and are a great sustainable option. These floats include the Billy R20, Billy R28, and Bubble Eco.
night swim photo credit Julia Claxton @eye.jewels