Product details

The Bombard AX-series tenders are extremely lightweight, compact, robust and economical. Just like every tender should be! AX tenders are available with a slatted floor. All AX tenders are characterized by their extremely small package size, which optimizes space and makes them very discreet, even on small boats.

Specifications:

  • Slatted floor
  • Self-draining valve
  • Mooring lines
  • Rubbing strake
  • 2 lifting lines
  • Attachment points for oarlocks
  • 1 bow ring
  • 2 aluminum oars
  • 1 foot pump (except AX 2)
  • 1 repair kit
  • Carrying bag
Dimensions:
  • Inner length: 1.70 m
  • Outer width: 0.70
  • Hose diameter: 0.32
  • Max motor weight: 18 kg

Documents

de-flag Spare parts
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multi-flag Spare parts
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Item no.: 98438,98439
multi-flag Spare parts
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Item no.: 98447
multi-flag Spare parts
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Item no.: 98449
multi-flag Spare parts
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Item no.: 98448

What other SVB customers have to say

100% real reviews
Paul K.
Flag of Germany
ausgezeichnet
Very compact, easy to roll and also easy to handle by only one person on deck. Makes a very stable impression, also in the driving behavior, with oars or also AB.
Sami L.
Flag of Finland
Quality product, however slightly wet due to buoyancy
Sabine L.
Flag of Germany Verified purchase
The dinghy has, contrary to the advertisement and catalog presentation, no built-in pump. Is there supposedly no more, why change then but neither the manufacturer nor SVB their representation?

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