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Your SeeArch can help take you from an overboard situation to your rescue


Our Manual

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The SeeArch Manual

Our detailed manual outlines instructions and guidelines for use and maintenance. This is a must-read before heading out on the water with your SeeArch.

Rearm Video

How to rearm your SeeArch

Once you’ve deployed your SeeArch it’s time to rearm with a new SeeArch Rearm Kit (RA-33-01). Watch this short demo video and read the instructions included in the package and in our manual to learn how.

Repack Video

How to repack your SeeArch

Now that you’ve rearmed your SeeArch it’s time to repack. Watch our short demo video and read the step-by-step instructions in our manual to learn how to repack your SeeArch.


Two tips for deflating your SeeArch bladder

Once you’ve deployed your SeeArch, you’ll need to rearm with a new CO2 cylinder and repack the arch (bladder) into your SeeArch pack. Before you can do either of these you’ll need to fully deflate the bladder.

Press the  valve  of the oral inflation tube to release air. You can reverse the oral inflation tube dust cap to press on the valve. Once you’ve deflated the bladder, replace the dust cap. Have a friend  help  by pressing the valve while you roll the bladder to remove excess air.

Press the valve of the oral inflation tube to release air. You can reverse the oral inflation tube dust cap to press on the valve. Once you’ve deflated the bladder, replace the dust cap. Have a friend help by pressing the valve while you roll the bladder to remove excess air.

Roll  the arch/bladder beginning at the point farthest from oral inflator tube. Roll slowly and firmly, squeezing the air out gently. Think of it as a  toothpaste tube  - rolling from the bottom to get every last bit out.  Do not  twist or wring.

Roll the arch/bladder beginning at the point farthest from oral inflator tube. Roll slowly and firmly, squeezing the air out gently. Think of it as a toothpaste tube - rolling from the bottom to get every last bit out. Do not twist or wring.