- 5 x Heavy duty marine grade stainless steel buckle’s with 1 ½” nylon straps & reinforcing zipper
- Suggested filling method: Orally inflate to fill volume of float, then complete with compressor
- Set up to use a flag & ballast weight of 3 lbs. lead shot (flag & weight not included)
- Two side handles, one rear handle and one stainless steel D ring attachment point
- May be filled by either an air compressor or simply by using a bicycle pump
- Inflated Dimensions: 39" length x 12" width x 11.75" height x 12" girth
- Excess pressure may damage the float (see warning below)
- Air Pressure Gauge and Schrader Valve Adapter included
- Folds up to 14" x 14" x 2" = 4 lbs. (for easy transporting)
- Be sure to use an air pressure gauge while inflating
- Includes emergency flair holder (flair not included)
- Safety orange colour for increased visibility
- Side zipper for access to the inner bladder
- 33 Liter internal volume
The Riffe 3ATM torpedo float is a spearfishing float in a class of its own.
The RIFFE 3 Atmosphere Torpedo Float is designed to maintain lift up to a maximum of 95 lbs. at a depth of 66 ft. and flotation beyond 100ft. It can be pressurised up to 25 lbs. PSI. The outside layer of the float is made from Ultra-durable, 320 lb. /sq. vinyl coated tear resistant outer layer. Inside the torpedo float, there is an inner replaceable urethane bladder which has a reinforced 1000lb Denier nylon casing to maintain equal pressure throughout the bladder as it descends and ascends underwater. You can access the internal bladder through a side zipper which also has 5 x reinforced 1 ½” Nylon straps with stainless steel buckles further adding additional strength to the prevent the zipper side tearing open under pressure. A soft lead or lead shot bag may be added under the float as ballast when using a flag to maintain the flag and float to stay upright. The Riffe 3 ATM is made in the USA.
Excessive heat may increase pressure in the float causing rupture. Do not store inflated floats in hot environment temperatures, when filling, allow for expansion/contraction. When filled with cold compressed air, the pressure will increase with temperature increase. Fill slightly less than 25psi in a hot environment. Check float air pressure 20 minutes after inflating to ensure pressure has not exceeded 25psi.