Modom   SHARK LEASH

MODOM

Modom SHARK LEASH

R999.99

Modom

  • Sharkbanz Magnetic Technology
  • Detachable connector – fully interchangeable with any Modom (or other) cord
  • 6’0″ Standard Leash
  • Standard Cuff
  • Smooth rotating stainless steel anti-rust swivels
  • Ultra strong velcro
  • Detachable rail saver
  • Internal key pocket
  • Internal print
  • Legrope string
  • Modom fin key
SHARK LEASH SPECS
  1. Detachable connector – fully interchangeable with any Modom (or other) cord or cuff
  2. Sharkbanz patented magnetic technology – based on Sharkbanz research has the ability to reduce the chance of shark interaction by using a magnetic field
  3. Ultra strong velcro cuff – to secure your leash safely to your ankle in any surfing conditions
  4. Smooth rotating stainless steel anti-rust swivels to minimise tangling
  5. 6ft standard width – 7mm polypropylene cord
  6. Modom leash string – used to connect your leash to your surfboard
  7. Modom fin key – swap cords for different boards or wave sizes conveniently

 

SHARK LEASH AMBASSADORS

“The Shark Leash is so simple. There’s no on/off button and no charging needed. It’s the perfect leash to use wherever I’m surfing."

- Jack Freestone
ACTIVE SHARK DETERRENT
Sharkbanz’s patented magnetic technology is the result of long-term scientific research and testing. Sharkbanz utilize powerful permanent magnets to create an effective shark deterrent that’s always on and require no batteries or charging. When sharks approach Sharkbanz, they detect the device’s strong electromagnetic field, which provides a sudden sensation that is thousands of times stronger than the signal produced by anything in a shark’s normal food chain. Consequently, sharks are deterred away from Sharkbanz. This cause and effect is analogous to having a bright light suddenly shined in your eyes in a dark room. You would not be hurt, but you would want to turn away.
SHARKS' SIXTH SENSE
Sharks have the strongest electroreception (sensitivity to electrical fields) in the animal kingdom. They use this unique capability to navigate at night, when in murky water, and to hunt. Their electroreceptors (Ampullae of Lorenzini) and lateral line canals connect to the seawater by pores on their snouts and other zones of the head. When a fish swims, or even moves its gills, it creates a change in the surrounding geomagnetic field that sharks can detect with these electrically sensitive, gel-filled canals. Since the shark is tuned to be looking for very weak electromagnetic signals from its prey (heartbeats, muscle movements), this organ is highly sensitive. When encountered in the wild, the Sharkbanz field is exponentially greater than anything the animal will have experienced before and highly unpleasant. This tells the shark it is definitely not food.