Sharkbanz 2 Shark deterrent for wrist or ankle FREE DELIVERY AUSTRALIA WIDE
Featuring our Sharkbanz 2 technology and secure clasp system.Provides peace of mind in the water and on the beach. Weighing only 3 ounces, it feels just like a watch. One size fits ankles and wrists between 5.5 to 14 inches (14 to 35.5 cm). To see the technology in action click here.
WESTERN AUSTRALIA GOVERNMENT STUDY SUPPORTS EFFICACY OF SHARKBANZ
“Retired Frogman” Ivan Trent, shares his experience and appreciation for Sharkbanz after an encounter with one of the worlds deadliest sharks!
"While free-diving the FL Keys, a sizable Bull Shark approached me from below rather deliberately (to say the least). As I maintained a slow hovering kick he veered off right about about 2-3 yards from my left fin (where I placed my Sharkbanz on my ankle) and swiftly darted away. I am VERY GRATEFUL and want to say, THANK YOU! Life saving product."
Did you know? Sharkbanz continues to donate 3% of profits to shark and ocean conservation groups with targeted efforts to pass legislation and affects measurable, positive change in our world's oceans. We like our toothy aquatic neighbors, but just prefer they keep their distance.
Introducing Shakbanz Zeppelin, fishing tackle which uses Sharkbanz patented and tested magnetic technology to repel sharks by overwhelming their elctroreception. Protecting your catch and your gear from the taxman.
SIMON T, NEW ZEALAND
Hi guys just to let you know that I had a very close encounter with a shark yesterday. I had just speared a king fish on an isolated offshore reef and was ascending from 12m in murky waters. As soon as I got to the surface, a 3m bronze whaler approached me at speed. When it got to my fin, it did a 90 degree turn and I never saw it again. I pulled the fish in and there was no bite out of it so it must have got spooked! He (she) only came back after about 20mins, as we continued to fish for a while. This is how I identified his size and the species type. Back on the boat it started circling us so I got a good look at it. I've had a few shark encounters over the years...nothing this close! The crazy coincidence is that I only bought the Sharkbanz that morning! Won't be going back to those spots without it now!
TESTED SCIENCE, PROVEN RESULTS
Sharkbanz are an easy way to add peace of mind to the everyday ocean swim, surf, or snorkel, but make no mistake: the science is real. We enlisted the services of renowned shark experts, chemist Dr. Eric Stroud and marine biologist Dr. Patrick Rice. The two scientists founded Shark Defense almost 15 years ago, and are now the leading researchers in shark repellent technology.
Sharkbanz use special patented magnetic technology to deter sharks from attacking people. Most shark attacks occur in murky, shallow waters off the coast where there are a high number of swimmers and sharks sharing the same space. In this environment, sharks rely heavily on their electro-receptors instead of their eyes to “see” what’s around them. They possess the most sensitive electro-magnetic sense of all known animals, and use it to judge distance, shape, and even the heart rate of other animals near them. Most of the time, sharks get it right and leave people alone. Occasionally, they don't. Sometimes when relying on their electro-receptors, a curious shark may bite a person in order to figure out what he or she is. These unprovoked “hit and run” attacks are the most common type, and Sharkbanz are an excellent defense against them. As the shark approaches a person wearing Sharkbanz, magnetic waves coming from the band disrupt its electro-receptors and it quickly turns away. The experience for the shark is, “like a person suddenly shining a very bright light in your eyes in a dark room, and it's not pleasant”, according to Dr. Stroud. Once a shark comes near the band, it frequently leaves the area and does not return. To see video of some of our tests, click here.
For years, we sat on our surfboards in murky water, wondering what lurked below. We dove reefs and swam helplessly next to 10 foot sand tiger sharks, hoping for the best. The ocean remains the last frontier on our planet, but we couldn’t believe that in the 21st century, no user-friendly solution existed to help ease our mind. After a particularly spooky day of nervous laughter and conversations about the weather to avoid the pointy subject, we decided to do something about it.
The Modom Shark Leash featuring Sharkbanz Technology combines the power and simplicity of our magnetic repellent with the style and quality of Modom's products to create a shark deterrent so convenient, you'll forget you're wearing anything different.
- Sharkbanz Magnetic Tech
- Interchangeable connector
- Standard 6' Cord
- Modom Leash String
- Modom Fin Key
- Ultra Strong Velcro Cuff - Holds Tight in All Conditions
- Smooth Rotating Anti-Rust Swivels
- Detachable Rail Saver
- Internal Key Pocket
- Internal Print
Sharkbanz Wearable Magnetic Shark Deterrent Wins Popular Science Best of What’s New Award in Recreation Category
Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 1 November, 2016 - Sharkbanz announced that the Sharkbanz wearable shark deterrent band has won a Popular Science Best of What’s New Award in the Recreation Category. Sharkbanz is worn on the wrist or ankle and requires no batteries or charging.
Sharkbanz patented magnetic technology creates an electromagnetic field that interferes with a shark’s electrical sense. This interference reduces the risk of attack by causing inquisitive sharks to flee. The unpleasant experience for the shark is similar to that of a person in a dark room shining a very bright light in another person’s eyes. It’s important to note that Sharkbanz technology does not harm the shark or other nearby marine life.
Sharkbanz technology is aimed at repelling hit-and-run shark attacks, the most common type of incident occurring when a curious shark strikes at a human in order to determine if they are prey. Sharkbanz is the first wearable deterrent captured on video successfully preventing a Bull Shark encounter.
Each year, Popular Science reviews thousands of new products and innovations and chooses the top 100 winners across 10 categories for inclusion in their annual Best of What’s New issue. To win an award, a product or technology must represent a significant step forward in its category. All of the winners have been featured in Popular Science Magazine November/December special issue.
“The Best of What’s New awards honor the innovations that shape the future,” says Kevin Gray, Executive Editor, Popular Science. "From life-saving technology to incredible space engineering to gadgets that are just breathtakingly cool, this is the best of what’s new."
"Every surfer, swimmer, child needs a Sharkbanz!"
- Ryan K, Surfer -- New Hampshire (USA)