Radiodetection Signal Clamp Extension Rod

£26.00 exc. VAT £26.00 inc. VAT
SKU: 10/TX-CLAMP-EXTROD
RRP: £26.00
The 630mm (25") length, non-conductive, nylon extension rod is used to extend the reach of the locator/transmitter clamp or small stethoscope.
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    The 630mm (25") length, non-conductive, nylon extension rod is used to extend the reach of the locator/transmitter clamp or small stethoscope. Multiple rods can be connected together to extend the reach further.
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