Beal Air Sit


RRP: £105.60
NOW: £95.57 (£79.64 ex VAT)

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Stable and comfortable suspended work seat

This offers a triangulation of the 2 lateral attachment points assists stability. A stable, secure and comfortable seat for those working at height or in ropes access. Designed of a breathable, durable padding ensuring you can sit in it for prolonged times and not feel uncomfortable. The air-seat consists of 2 plastic lateral gear loops that are pre- shaped smooth and ease of clipping. Also features 4 mini gear loops to attach Beal air leashs', extendable tool holders or tool buckets (all available from our website). Finally there is a ring under the seat that can be used to attach a bag.

  • Weight: 1365g


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