New Duffel Drybags from Whetman Eqpt

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Steve Whetman
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New Duffel Drybags from Whetman Eqpt

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Just in stock now!
Wide opening roll top Duffel Drybags Made In Europe !!
Robust HD waterproof material. Simply one bag - no side pockets or inner pockets or pockets in pockets in pockets - its just one dry bag - to keep dry stuff dry, or wet stuff off your dry stuff - or if you are a deviant mix your wet stuff with your dry stuff in the bag!

Sizes: 20L, 40L, 60L.

More info here: www.whetmanequipment.com

If someone shows me how to upload images on this site then that would be useful!

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Re: New Duffel Drybags from Whetman Eqpt

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Steve

If you do a search for a thread on uploading pix you should find instructions as I know they've been posted previously. Just had a look at your site and there's some nice stuff; particularly like the dry bags.

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Has anyone tried getting a pair of the 20l bags into the back of a creek boat either side of the pillar?

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Hi John,
I can fit two full 20L Drybag Duffels easily into the rear of my creekboat & it has a foam pillar. My boat is a standard size creek boat - Lettmann Granate size large
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20L : Dimensions when packed length 50cm, height 24cm, circumference 76cm

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Thanks Steve. Looks like I need to add a couple of these to the "more stuff that I want" list along with the Python rig!

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