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Review: Swimmer Buddy Safety Device

In the slowly growing world of open water swimming safety devices the SwimmerBuddy definitely stands out as the largest entry I know of. It’s basically a boogie board that’s been modified to be towed by a swimmer. It has a giant fin on the bottom, a pool noodle arch on top, and cargo netting on the deck. [...]
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