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€25.17 This is a NET-price excluding German VAT. Shipments to countries outside of the EU may be subject to import duties and taxes.
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Item no.
15592
EAN
8024827377468
Description
RESCUE LINE
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Product details

This buoyant rescue line is loaded with a weight, therefore it can be thrown accurately and far. At each end the line is equipped handles, one for the rescuer and one for the person to be rescued. The line has a length of 20 m and is packaged in a highly visible yellow throw bag. Weight: 500 g. A stainless steel bracket is available separately.

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Reinhard S.
Flag of Austria Verified purchase
perfekt, wie immer!!
The delivered products are top quality
Christian W.
Flag of Austria Verified purchase
Sicherheit an Bord!
As a supplement for various safety devices on board such as lifebuoy, rescue slings system, etc., it is perfectly suitable.
Matthias F.
Flag of Germany Verified purchase
Easy handling and a MUST on board.
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