On all domestic US orders over $100
On all domestic US orders over $100
Restube means freedom and safety in the water – for a long time! RESTUBE products are designed for a long service life and can be triggered 40 to 100 times, depending on the product type. In the following article you will learn how to properly pack your Restube after it has been triggered and what care and maintenance are necessary. The many tips and tricks will help you keep your Restube functional for a long time.
If you have any questions about your RESTUBE product, get in touch with us! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Once RESTUBE has been triggered, it must be made ready to be used again. You will need an original RESTUBE-CO2-Cartridge with a securing clip.
Warning! Only the original RESTUBE-CO2-Cartridges are 100% quality-certified, seawater resistant, rustproof, and the force is tailored to the RESTUBE trigger! Do not use comparable commercial CO2 cartridges! These will not guarantee inflation of RESTUBE in an emergency.
RESTUBE only guarantees functionality when using the original RESTUBE-CO2-Cartridge.
Notice: Pointed or sharp objects can damage the valve! The buoy can only be folded away correctly when there is no gas in it.
Empty the buoy completely
Wrapping the safety leash around the buoy
Use the free hand to wrap the safety leash exactly once around the buoy and the back end of the CO2 cartridge.
Notice: Do not wrap the remaining safety leash further around the buoy – store it behind the CO2 cartridge in the pocket.
Warning: If the buoy is not positioned correctly in the pocket, correct release is not guaranteed!
Notice for Restube sport: Fasten the splint pin on the trigger cord alternating between the front and the back loops.
Below you find a list of possible problems and how to solve them!
|Buoy does not fit into the pocket||Buoy is not fully emptied||Empty buoy completely|
|Velcro does not close||Buoy is not folded correctly||>Observe packaging instructions
>Nut on the trigger must face the label with the nut symbol
|CO2 cartridge cannot be screwed in or only screwed in with much difficulty||Buoy is not positioned correctly in the pocket||>Close release lever and secure with securing clip. Then screw in new CO2 cartridge|
|RESTUBE moves around waist strap||The release lever was not closed before screwing in the CO2 cartridge||>Insert waist strap correctly and position pocket >Fasten waist strap tightly|
|Trigger is not accessible or only with much difficulty||Waist strap not inserted correctly into the strap positioner||>Trigger must hang out from the pocket >Observe correct positioning and alignment of the pocket on the body: trigger must be easily accessible!|
If you cannot find an answer to your question here, check the FAQ page on our homepage. There we provide more useful information for you.
Maintain your RESTUBE product after every use. Five minutes of your time will help to make sure that you carry on being able to enjoy the product.
With a little care, you will be able to maintain your undamaged RETUBE product your- self. If you are unsure about something, contact us by email: email@example.com We will be happy to carry out a check for you – all you will have to pay for is the costs of postage and for any replacement parts which may be needed. NOTE: Never carry out any repairs on your RESTUBE product yourself!
At least every year, as well as before any longer periods of use. Additionally, maintenance should also be carried out following every inflation
Check all components for damage, wear or deposits: Bag & stitching, waistband and buckle, bladder, trigger, trigger cord, CO2 cartridge and CO2 cartridge thread (to do this, unscrew the cartridge and screw it back in again)
We suggest that you trigger your RESTUBE product in the water, so that you can experience the buoyancy yourself. Once back on land, unscrew the cartridge and move the release lever as if triggering the device. The pin should move inside the fitting for the cartridge.
Oral valve test
Remove the cap from the valve and depress the oral valve in order to allow some CO2 to escape. Afterwards, the oral valve should be completely sealed again. Next, empty the float entirely via the oral valve. Next, inflate the float via the oral valve until it is firm, using only your breath to do so.
Air-tightness of the float
Having completely inflated the float by blowing into it, leave it somewhere where the temperature is stable for 24 hours. Should it lose a lot of air during this period, the product will need to be replaced. NOTE: Pure CO2 slowly diffuses through the material which the bladder is made of. It is therefore normal for the float to slowly empty over a period of 15- 30 hours if it has been filled with pure CO2 from the cartridge.
We hope these tips and tricks help you to keep your RESTUBE product up and running. For a good and safe time in the water!
If you have further questions don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Your RESTUBE team
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