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Kestrel 4000 NiteIze Belt Clip Case

Kestrel 4000 NiteIze Belt Clip Case

Description

This sturdy padded nylon case lets you build a Kestrel 4000 Toolkit perfect for your needs and still carry it on your belt with ease.

Features

  • Top flap keeps the Kestrel 4000 sensors continuously exposed to the outside air
  • Durable elastic loop on the side of the case is perfect for carrying a small flashlight or other tool
  • Elastic battery loop inside securely holds two backup AAA batteries
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$19.00
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$16.88
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This sturdy padded nylon case lets you build a Kestrel 4000 Toolkit perfect for your needs and still carry it on your belt with ease. The top flap features a hook/loop closure and a special window designed to keep the Kestrel 4000 sensors continuously exposed to the outside air, ensuring accurate logged readings.

The durable elastic loop on the side of the case is perfect for carrying a small flashlight or other tool. No need to find yourself in the field with dead batteries -- an elastic battery loop inside securely holds two backup AAA batteries.
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Kestrel 4000 NiteIze Belt Clip Case 0805 NiteIze carrying case
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