March 04, 2015


Facebook

We are now on Facebook

Link: https://www.facebook.com/Nebulusflotation

Check us out!

February 12, 2015


Production Photos Added

Check out the photo gallery. We just added some photos of the production process for a Nebulus [link]. Enjoy.

January 12, 2015


Update 9

Welcome to the TOTALLY updated Nebulus Website. Fully responsive and designed to work on your desktop, laptop, tablet and smartphone! Enjoy. We will try to update content on a regular basis.
January 07, 2015


Update 8

7/14/14
Nebulus used to aid rescue of 2 occupants of a pickup truck that crahsed into the Otter Trail River. Read the Article

January 07, 2015


Update 7

3/15/13
Check out Trident Rescues Video of a prototype swiftwater rescue version of the Nebulus device in action. Watch (at YouTube)

January 07, 2015


Update 6

3/6/13
Check out why Joe Okada thinks you should have a Nebulus on your ATV. Watch (at YouTube)

January 07, 2015


Update 5

3/1/13
We have a new website. Check it out! More photos, videos and information. Better navagation and tablet compatable. Enjoy!

January 07, 2015


Update 4

4/16/12
Watch a video of the Nebulus being used in a river rescue training session. Thanks to Trident Rescue for the video! Watch in the Gallery

January 07, 2015


Update 3

3/23/11
Nebulus device used during rescue by Lesueur Co. Sheriffs Dept. Read the incident report by clicking on the link: DOC3_23_11_web

January 07, 2015


Update 2

3/22/11
Nebulus device used during rescue by Algoma Fire Dept. (WI): "I recently attended a ice rescue class at atlas outfitters in Dunbar Wi. All the departments that attended received a nebulus floatation device. Good thing we had it. This past Tuesday we had a chance to use it. A women was kayaking and rolled her kayak over and was trapped an a small clump of tress in the middle of a fast moving river. We were able to get across to her and put her in the nebulas [sp] and pull her back to shore. The raft worked flawlessly. Now I just need to know where to send it to to get it recharged. Thanks Dean"