Warmbac Round Base Bag


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Caving Tackle Bag or Daren Jar Bag

The Warmbac Round Base bag is a small, compact and simple caving tackle bag. Its great to stuff things into, but it also works really well for the transportation and protection of a Daren Jar.

Warmbac has designed the round base bag to feature a tough and durable heavy duty PVC construction. This is a cylinder style bag and therefore it fits the Daren jar perfectly. The side of the bag has an easy to use grab handle, there are also two eyelets that are ideal for hanging from a harness gear loop. The eyelet works equally as well hanging from your caving battery belt. The base of the bag features a small drain hole, this is perfect for use in wet caves as it helps to ensure the water can freely drain out of the bag.

  • General Features
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  • Cylinder Style Bag
  • Heavy Duty PVC Construction
  • Cordura Reinforced around the base
  • Self Draining Base
  • Drawstring Top
  • Grab Handle
  • Two Belt Eyelets
  • Will easily take a 1.6L or a 2.0L Daren Jar
  • ** Daren Jar in image is not included**
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  • Height - 30cm
  • Base Dimater - 13cm
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