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Magenta Bat Detector Case

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About this product

This case is for use with both the Magenta Bat 4 and Magenta Bat 5 bat detectors. It will protect your detector from accidental bumps and scratches. 

The case has a hard shell and olive green fabric cover and opens using a strong zip. A loop on the reverse of the case allows it to be attached to a belt or bag.

Please note that this case will not fit the Magenta MkII Kit.

 

Specification

Dimensions: 16 x 10 x 3cm

 

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SPECIAL OFFER
  • Fits the Magenta Bat4 and Bat5
  • Hard shell
  • Belt loop
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