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Ronstan Float 10Ltr (buoy)



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Heavy Duty Ronstan 10ltr float

Heavy duty UV stable, spearfishing float with large eyelet attachement points at either end.  Hi-vis red colour and flag kit  available seperately.

One of the most popular spearfishing floats / buoys today!  It is reasonably light weight float is remarkably durable with a typical life expectancy of over 10 years of rough and tough rock hop style spearfishing.  Robust enough to take serious knocks on baricle infested rock or reef structures and still come back for more.  Being of hollow, the floats integrity relies upon the wall thickness and reinforced design gemometry.  Testing shows this float will hold it's shape and size down to 8m or more before shrinking inwards from pressure.  

Available with swivel shark clip (100mm clip). Check selection dropdown box

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