Puffin Billy R28 Recycled Dry-bag Tow Float - Neon Yellow

£30.00 Regular price

NEW COLOUR! The Puffin R28 Drybag Tow Float is a 28L inflatable drybag tow-float with an outer made from recycled plastic bottles.  The tow float's bright neon yellow colour allows excellent visibility in the water.  The inner waterproof compartment allows you to carry items with you during your swim.  Designed by expert outdoor swim company Swim the Lakes, it has extra features to increase your safety in the water including an integrated whistle.

The tow float is also available in a smaller 20L size.

For more detailed images please see the orange version.


- Neon yellow to allow visibility in the water 
- Dual-air chambers with separate chamber for storage
- Outer made with recycled plastic bottles
- Optimised Streamlining for minimal drag
- Inner compartment can be used to store items whilst swimming e.g keys, phone, clothing.
- Grab handles to hold onto while resting in the water
- Integrated safety whistle and gear attachment points
- 2 Fast-flow air valves to easily inflate or deflate for transportation
- Material: RPET (Recycled Plastic bottles) / PVC
- Capacity 28L
- Weight: 442g
- Deflated dimensions: Dimensions of drybag deflated: 720mm x 370mm

Instructions for use
  1. Start with the drybag deflated
  2. Place your items in the drybag
  3. Roll the top closure down a minimum of 3 folds
  4. Bring the 2 clip ends together and clip it closed.
  5. Inflate the drybag float by using the fast flow valves on each side of the float.
  6. Attach the leash to the bag via the carabiner clip. Attach the waist-belt to the leash by threading the waist belt through the loop. The leash length can be adjusted to swimmer’s preferred length.
  7. Clip the waist-belt around your waist and away you go.
  8. To deflate simply take the dust caps off the valve, and push your little finger into the valve to deflate.

NB: Puffin recommend placing electronic items inside a waterproof bag, before placing them inside the drybag. Billy Drybags are not a lifesaving device. They are designed to be used by competent swimmers. Tow floats are not designed to be continuously submerged.


The outer fabric is made with rPET recycled plastic bottles.  The inner lining is PVC.  A PVC free tow float will be available in July 2021.