Beuchat Explorer Roll Bag

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  • Description

    The Beuchat Explorer Roll Bag is a perfect solution for a diver who uses longer fins and usually struggles to get them to fit into the bag. And 120 litre of packing space guarantees that everything else will fit in too!

    The bag is made using a semi-rigid thermoformed EVA back shell material, which seems to be everywhere now days, and no wonder as it does give soft shell dive bags that extra robust feel and waterproof qualities.

    A perfect bag for spearfish- or free diver. Weights just 2.1 kilos.

  • Features
    • Semi-rigid thermoformed EVA back shell combining lightness with enhanced protection for contents during transport or handling.
    • U-shaped zip fastener for easy access
    • Outer document pocket with coated zip
    • Mesh storage pocket in back of the top flap
    • Red retaining strap at bottom to hold long fins in place
    • 2 retaining straps for the suit or other items
    • Shoulder/messenger strap
    • Carry handle on each side
    • Pull handle
    • Red over-moulded wheels: detachable wheel block
    • Material: 600 denier and 1000 denier nylon/PVC
    • Volume 120 litres
    • Dimensions: 100x40x30cm
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    If you change your mind, it doesn’t fit, or you become inflicted with buyer’s regret - that's OK!

    Mike's Dive Store offer an extended returns policy of 30 days - so you can be rest assured if the suit, piece of diving equipment or gift doesn't suit then just send it back and we will either exchange it or offer a full refund less any postage costs. Too easy!

    Please note that there are some special order items on our website that will be subject to a 20% re-stocking fee but we will let you know about these items before we special order them so that you are aware of this. If this is the case we can always help with correct sizing so that we minimise the risk of return.

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