Ocean Hunter Inflatable Float
A compact lightweight float with line and flag.
$45.00
$49.00
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Product Description

  •     The toughened fluorescent orange outer offers high visibility and extreme durability
  •      Torpedo shape minimises drag from water and wind
  •      Internal bladder offers maximum protection against punctures and can be replaced if required
  •      Reinforced webbing straps around base of buoy with 6 D rings attached
  •      Comes complete with high vis float line and detachable dive flag for safety
  •      Compact and lightweight ideal for the travelling spearfisherman

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how big is the float? as in how many litres?

Hi there, The total capacity of the Ocean Hunter Inflatable Float is 15 Liters. If you have any other questions feel free to ask. Regards, Extreme Spearfishing




How long is the float line that this product comes with? Cheers

Hey mate, It comes with approximately 20metres of line, which is plenty for most people. Cheers, Extreme Spearfishing




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