Perfect for a large swimming area like a pool or beach
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 07, 2015
When it comes to lifeguarding, the higher the chair, the more visibility one has. When it comes to Lifeguard chairs for water guarding, Lifeguard Master is excited to announce their new 66 inch lifeguard tower. This new chair is designed for safely in mind and is perfectly designed for the beach or pool.
Tall lifeguard chairs are a must for safety. This is especially true when in a busy area. The lifeguard needs to be able to see over the entire swimming area and be high enough to even see into the water. A tall lifeguard chair gives the guard optimal visibility over his or her swimming area.
The tall lifeguard chair, the 66 inch tower, is ideal for the ocean or chlorine pool. These chairs have been known to last even 20 years in the ocean elements. And they can withstand the chlorine water of any pool. The chair is maintenance free and will never peal or rust. The chair will also never need painting.
In addition all these perks, probably one of the most important qualities the chair has is its comfort design for the lifeguard. When sitting for long periods of time lifeguarding in an uncomfortable chair, this can actually impede the guard from doing his or her job. With safely being paramount, a comfortable lifeguard chair is needed. This tall chair is made with a comfortable design, so guards can stay alert and focused on the patrons swimming. For more information on this chair, please click on http://www.lifeguardmaster.com/products/LifeguardChairStandTower
The 66 inch tower will accommodate most any guarding area and beaches. It has an under carriage to accommodate storage of rescue buoys and the base area is designed to hold a rescue paddle board. Increased elevation provides ability to supervise larger swimming and water usage areas. For a video of this tower, please click on tall lifeguard chair video
The lifeguard chair comes with an umbrella holder and a hook for a ring buoy. The umbrella holder is a must for any lifeguard chair. This is to keep the guard protected from the sun. The hook for the ring buoy is an added safely feature. The hook allows access for easy access to the ring buoy for when the times comes.
This lifeguard chair is covered in reflective white to insure they will remain usable in the hottest sun exposures over long periods of hours. All are capable of easy moving for off season storage or surf and water usage conditions that would require the changing of the lifeguard station to areas of greater concentrations of bathers or increased hazardous conditions.
This tower is one of the top 3 sellers. The lifeguard tower is used in beaches and public pools across the country. [This tall lifeguard chair can also be found on ebay.
In addition to the tall chair, Lifeguard Master also carries a model ideal for smaller public pools that have 10 or less patrons swimming at one time. The 30” model lifeguard chair is ideal for small pools.
For swimming pools where 20 or less patrons are swimming at one time, the 40 inch lifeguard chair works the best. This lifeguard chair has the ability to see more area. Both the 30 inch and the 40 inch have under carriage capable for keeping fast access to rescue buoys.
Lifeguard Master has been in the emergency and life saving industry for many years. Sammy, the owner and founder of Lifeguard Master has been a lifeguard himself for 7 years. He knows the importance have having all the equipment readily available for a first responder, and through the years Lifeguard Master has become a robust lifeguard supply and lifeguard store company, accommodating the anticipating needs of first responders around the country and around the world. Lifeguard Masters determination to excellence and rescue safety has quickly made it a leader in its industry. For more information, please give us a call, send us an e-mail or visit our website. Also to stay updated with the latest news in emergency supplies, please visit our forum where rescue professionals from around the country and world stay connect, and post the latest emergency news at LifeguardsOnline.com.