SW81000

Swobbit Watercraft Kits

Swobbit Watercraft Kits

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The Swobbit Watercraft Kits include everyting a boater needs to keep their vessel clean.

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$178.50
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$118.70
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SW81000 Perfect gift idea for any boater. A selection of our most popular, time saving tools. This kit includes everything a boater needs to keep their vessel in tip top shape.

The Basic kit includes:

  • SW45650 3' - 6' Perfect Pole Telescoping Handle
  • SW19140 Soft Washing Tool
  • SW21215 Quik Dry Water Blade Adapter
  • SW21414 14" Quik Dry Water Blade
  • SW66650 Universal Boat Hook
  • SW77345 7.5" Soft Flagged Deck Brush.

The Deluxe kit includes:

  • SW45650 3' - 6' Perfect Pole Telescoping Handle
  • SW19140 Soft Washing Tool
  • SW21215 Quik Dry Water Blade Adapter
  • SW21414 14" Quik Dry Water Blade
  • SW66650 Universal Boat Hook
  • SW77345 7.5" Soft Flagged Deck Brush
  • SW31315 Aquazorber Drying Mop
  • SW38855 PVA Drying Cloth
  • SW61855 Genuine Sheepskin Wash Mitt
  • Terry Micro Fiber Towel
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Swobbit Watercraft Kits SW81000 Watercraft kit, basic
$118.70
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Swobbit Watercraft Kits SW81100 Watercraft kit, deluxe
$217.71
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