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Reconyx HyperFire Security Enclosure

Manufacturer: Reconyx
Reconyx HyperFire Security Enclosure
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About this product

Designed to fit the Reconyx HyperFire range of trail cameras.

This security enclosure is manufactured from 16 gauge steel, making it incredibly tough. Coated in green, weather-resistant powder finish and supplied with four lag bolts for mounting. Please note that this enclosure does not come with a padlock.

Dimensions: 17.8 x 14.0 x 8.9cm.

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Dimensions:
* Height: 17.8cm (7")
* Width: 14.0cm (5.5")
* Depth: 8.9cm (3.5")

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