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Aquapac Small VHF PRO Case

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The Aquapac Small VHF PRO Case is used by serious water sports fanatics and lifeguard rescue teams alike.


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Aquapac Small VHF PRO Case

The Aquapac Small VHF PRO Case is used by serious water sports fanatics and lifeguard rescue teams alike. Whatever the purpose, Aquapac provides protection for the item which can mean the difference between life and death.

The case is tough and waterproof, meaning you can rely on it to keep out the sand and water. The flexible material allows for sound to pass through as normal and buttons and dials can easily be used.

The Aquapac Small VHF PRO Case is designed to suit any type of purpose or person as it fits both left- and right-handed radios and can be secured in the way you chose with the 3-way harness.

You never have to be without your VHF again, especially when you need it most!

Features

  • There are 4 lash points for 3-way harness - wear your radio comfortably whatever you're doing
  • Clever antenna design not only fits left- and right-handed radios but also creates emergency grab handle
  • You can use your radio normally through case as it doesn't interfere with sound or radio signals
  • Also protects from dust, dirt and sand
  • Like most of Aquapac's cases, it'll float if you drop it in water
  • Seams are high-frequency welded to form super-strong bond
  • The Aquaclip (patented, ultra-secure, rustproof, injection-moulded plastic seal) opens and closes with a simple twist of two levers and everything stays in one piece even when open
  • Colour: Black
  • Material: TPU
  • All Aquapacs come with a full 5-year warranty

What Size Do I Need?

  • This case will fit all modern VHF radios
  • Length: 180 mm (7.2 inches)
  • Circumference: 220 mm (8.5 inches)

What's included

  • 3-point harness

What Does 'Submersible' Mean?

The Aquaclip sealing system used on this Aquapac has been independently tested by the world-famous Engineering Research Centre at Imperial College, London. It's guaranteed waterproof to the international standard IPX8, which is as waterproof as you can get. It means that if you really want to, you can hold it 15 feet (5 m) underwater for half an hour safe in the knowledge that the stuff inside will stay completely safe and dry.