SPR-1I-RM

Scanpod Single Instrument Pod Rail Mount

Scanpod Single Instrument Pod Rail Mount

Description

The Scanpod Single Instrument Pod Rail Mount fits your display onto standard or curved rails.

Features

  • Designed For (1) Standard Instrument
  • Current Sailboat Designs Often Have Very Open Cockpits With Few Options For Installing Retro-Fit Instruments
  • Gives You Option For Fitting Smaller Displays And Instruments Directly Onto A Rail, In A Position Which Suits You
List Price
$169.00
Your Price
$116.31
In Stock

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Details

  • Rail Mounted
  • Universal Fixing
  • Fits pedestal rails from 25mm to 33.7mm (0.98" - 1.33")
  • Great Viewing Options Viewing angle can be set upon installation
  • Cables are routed internally through the clamp and onto the rail
  • Increased Protection
  • Pod seal is manufactured from a high tear strength silicone, it has a very high resistance to heat and UV so you can have confidence that it won't deteriorate over time
  • Supplied Uncut - As standard you will receive your Scanpod uncut
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Scanpod Single Instrument Pod Rail Mount SPR-1I-RM Single Instrument Pod Rail Mount, Uncuts, FIts 1"-1.33" Rails
$116.31
In Stock

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