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Sam's Club Members: Body Glove Child Paddle Pals Life Jacket $10.98 + Free Shipping for Plus Members

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Sam's Club [samsclub.com] has Body Glove Child Paddle Pals Life Jacket for $10.98. Shipping is free for Plus members. Membership is required.
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  • USCG-approved learn-to-swim aid
  • The Paddle Pals jacket features attached arm bands that aid in helping to learn how to swim
  • Paddle Pals fits children 30-50 lbs.
  • Designed for comfort and ease with an adjustable chest strap and quick-release rear safety buckle
  • Learn-to-swim aid with arm bands construction for beginners
  • Anatomically cut and soft PE foam inner for ultra comfort and fit
  • Built-in drain holes design for fast water draining
  • Vest and back buckle design for added safety keeps kids from taking off vest themselves
  • Easy adjustable strap for quick comfort fit
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I highly suggest NOT to use these to learn to swim. Gives kids a false sense of security in the pool. Swimming lessons and life jacket for boating.
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Agree to disagree have used these with all three of my kids in a pool. It helps them float and have complete arm movement. Adjusted well to swimming without one once they became confident in their abilities. Also as a person who worked in aquatics you would always rather have a parent use one of these as well as being within arms reach versus no flotation device.
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Agree to disagree have used these with all three of my kids in a pool. It helps them float and have complete arm movement. Adjusted well to swimming without one once they became confident in their abilities. Also as a person who worked in aquatics you would always rather have a parent use one of these as well as being within arms reach versus no flotation device.
The issue is false sense of a toddler thinking they can swim. Drowning is #1 cause of accidental deaths for children under 4 . Kids think they can swim(because they had there puddle jumper on) and end up going in the pool without one with no supervision and drown. Drowning is a HUGE issue where I live in south Florida where water is everywhere! If this item worked/works for you that's great! I would just recommend any parent do there research. Swimming lessons early along with fenced pools and most importantly supervision.
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The issue is false sense of a toddler thinking they can swim. Drowning is #1 cause of accidental deaths for children under 4 . Kids think they can swim(because they had there puddle jumper on) and end up going in the pool without one with no supervision and drown. Drowning is a HUGE issue where I live in south Florida where water is everywhere! If this item worked/works for you that's great! I would just recommend any parent do there research. Swimming lessons early along with fenced pools and most importantly supervision.
I thought gators are the biggest issue in Florida.
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