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The D-Rescue Can Changes Shape to Save People

 - Nov 7, 2011
References: yankodesign
Water is fun, but it can also be risky, which is why in order to simplify the process of rescuing people from the water, a new floating device called D-Rescue Can was created by Tae Hoon Jung.

This functional life preserver differs from common rescue materials because it can simultaneously aid four people instead of one. This piece is easy to carry and, in times of need, it splits in two to serve a larger group if necessary. When an accident occurs, this device can be taken into the water, separated in two and the two halves will automatically inflate and expand to form a larger piece to rescue more people.

The D-Rescue Can is the perfect companion for water adventures.