• Please be sure to use with parental supervision for children’s safety.
  • Please do not use in the following conditions: Strong Water Current, High Waves,  Deep Water,  Slippery Surfaces
  • Make sure to inflate with the appropriate amount of air before use.
  • If the Snorkeling Float is filled with enough air, it is normal to see some wrinkles on the circumference.
  • The float material may soften when placed under hot sunlight for a long period of time.
  • When inflating the float, be sure not to over inflate.
  • The air stopper has a double structure of a plug and a valve.
  • Please be sure to insert the plug firmly inside the valve.
  • When it becomes difficult to insert the plug, please apply a little bit of water around the plug.
  • If you put too much air, the air plug may pop out.
  • Wash thoroughly with fresh water after use. Shake off gently to dry off most of the moisture.
  • Do not keep inside a car, a trunk, or other places under high temperature.
  • Do not jump on the float.
  • The Snorkel Float is not a lifeboat or life-saving device.
  • If you’re using for the first time, please practice several times in a small pool or water area.
  • Contact with sharp objects such as a rocky corner, pile, gravel shell fragments, glass pieces, metal pieces, and wood pieces may puncture the body of the float, causing it to deflate.
  • Keep away from any fire object such as cigarettes and lighters.
  • Avoid using a high-pressure air pump.
  • Do not put head or hips in the viewing hole of the float.