Curtec Daren Jar

 

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Caving Drum or Caving Equipment

The Daren Jar which is also known the Curtec UN Approved Jar is available in two sizes. Its a great piece of caving equipment and will offer added protection to more delicate items if required. It is also a great alternative to the more traditional style BDH bottles

Curtec has designed the Daren jar to feature an HDPE polyethylene construction which features a screw top lid. It also comes supplied with an internal gasket to give extra protection from water, dirt and dust. These Daren jars also work really well with the Warmbac Round Base Bag

  • General Features
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  • Tough HDPE Plastic Construction
  • Screw Top Lid
  • Internal Gasket Seal
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  • Dimensions
  • 1.6L -
  • Height 22cm
  • Diameter - 11cm
  • Opening - 8cm
  • 2.0L -
  • Height 23.5cm
  • Diameter - 12cm
  • Opening - 8cm
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