"I was so impressed with your service that I placed an order for a set of fins for my son, who started to dive and I will not think twice about buying any of your products in the future. Thank you." Scott, Ontario
The SwimSchool® product line contains items for infants, toddlers, and children aged 2 to 8. Each item in the product line is specific to one of the following skill levels: Level 1 introduces babies aged 6 months + up to the water, and helps them overcome their fear of it. Level 2 helps children aged 18 months + up to build water confidence, allowing them to enjoy the water with their family. Level 3 helps children aged 3+ to learn and develop basic swimming skills. The products in each level have been uniquely designed to accommodate your child's specific age, weight, and skill range. Each item is only available in one level because it has been crafted with a specific purpose: to correspond to three distinct levels of swimming skills. NOTE: Double sided foam pad trainer is included in Level 2 and Level 3. While we recommend age ranges on all items, parents should use their own discretion in determining which items are best suited for their child's unique size, abilities, and safety.
No! None of our Swim School items are certified PFDs, and they should never be used in place of a Coast Guard approved PFD. Furthermore, they should never be used in open bodies of water or for boating excursions. Many Swim School items provide high levels of floatation to help introduce your child to the water and provide buoyancy while they learn the fundamentals of swimming. However, none of our items are intended to be used as life preservers or life saving devices. All Swim School items must be used under strict adult supervision at ALL TIMES!
At Aqua Leisure, we know that each child is unique. We strongly urge each parent to use their own best judgment and discretion as to whether particular items would be appropriate for their child. Therefore, in certain instances, you may seek to put your child in a higher level product. Please use our recommendations as a helpful guide only. The final decision is that of the parent or guardian.