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Telescopic Insect Net

  • Perfect for educational use
  • Telescopic aluminium handle
Telescopic Insect Net
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Telescopic Insect Net

About this product

This Telescopic Insect Net is ideal for educational use and provides a fantastic entry level net for any aspiring entomologist. It features a lightweight telescopic aluminium handle which vastly reduces the amount of effort required to capture fast moving insects. Its deep net bag is soft to prevent damaging delicate insects and its white colouration allows for captured insects to be easily seen through the mesh.


Net depth : 72cm

Net Diameter: 30cm

Extendable Aluminium Handle: From 50cm to 100cm



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  • Perfect for educational use
  • Telescopic aluminium handle
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