P & H Company Square Hatch

 

RRP: £29.95
FROM: £28.02 (£23.35 ex VAT)

 

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Square Kayak Hatch or P & H Square Hatch Covers

The P & H square hatch covers are designed with one sea kayak in mind - the P & H Capella RM MK1. These square hatch covers are available in two sizes, small and big. The small kayak hatchcover suits the front hatch and the big one suits the rear hatch.

  • General Features
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  • Kayak Hatch for Capella RM MK1
  • Front Hatch
  • Rear Hatch
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  • Dimensions
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  • Front Hatch (Small)
  • 27.5cm x 26cm (approx)
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  • Rear hatch (Big)
  • 40cm x 37.5cm (approx)

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