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Wild River Tackle Tek NOMAD XP Lighted Backpacks

Wild River Tackle Tek NOMAD XP Lighted Backpacks

Description

The Wild River Tackle Tek NOMAD XP Lighted Backpacks have a unique integrated USB power supply that extends the battery life of portable electronic devices.

Features

  • 5000mAh rechargeable USB power supply
  • Lower tray compartment for up to 4 medium trays
  • Dual function front holds mobile device and power supply
List Price
$209.99
Your Price
$161.48
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The Nomad XP™ includes an integrated 5000mAh rechargeable USB power supply that extends the battery life of your small portable electronic devices. Also included are four USB power adapter tips and cable. The integrated LED light system allows you to see into the backpack or your work area. The LED lights display white and green options. Also features a large upper storage area with a removable divider. The Nomad XP has the capacity to hold up to six 3600-series and four 3500-series trays.(Not Included)

Features:

  • LED Light - Integrated LED light system allows for fishing from dusk to dawn
  • Power Supply - 5000mAh rechargeable USB power supply
  • Power Adapter Tips & USB Cable - Includes 4 power adapter tips and USB cable- (Apple Lightning, Apple 30-pin, USB micro, USB mini)
  • Tray Storage - Lower tray compartment for storage of up to 4 medium #3600-style trays(Not Included)
  • Rain Cover - Protective rain cover can be quickly deployed to keep your bag contents safe
  • Sunglass Holder - Permanently mounted molded sunglass holder helps keep your glasses safe
  • Plier Holder - Removable plier holder goes from bag to belt so your pliers are easy to find
  • Retractable Lanyard - Removable self-retracting steel cable lanyard for clippers or small tools
  • Clear Internal Pocket/LED Light - keep your maps and/or license dry, LED light swivels to see inside the backpack
  • Front Pocket - Dual function front holds mobile device and power supply
  • Base Pads - Base pads to reduce wear and help keep bag clean and dry
  • Shoulder Straps - Large adjustable padded shoulder straps with added sternum strap for better comfort and fit
Notable Specifications:
  • Light Source:LED
  • Light Output/Levels:13 lumens max., 3 levels
  • Power:2 AAA 1.5V batteries, included
  • Exterior Dimensions:17"W x 18.75"H x 8.5"D
  • Tray Compartment Dimensions:11.75"W x 7.75"H x 8"D
  • Weight:5.4 lbs
  • Tray Dimension (#3600):10.75"W x 1.75"H x 7" D
  • Power Supply Recharge By:USB AC Adapter/USB DC Adapter/Solar
  • Power Output:USB
  • Capacity:5000mAh
  • Input:DC 5V/800mA (MAX)
  • Output: DC 5V/1000mA (MAX) for smartphones, mp3 players, and other small electronic devices 
  • DC 5V/2100mA (MAX) for tablets¹
  • Approx. Recharge Times: 7.5 -10 hours with AC/DC adapter 
  • 12-15 hours with XP Solar Panel²
  • Weight:0.35lbs
  • Dimensions:2.75"W x 0.625"H x 4.375"H
  • Power Adapter Tips:Apple Lightning, Apple 30-pin, USB micro & USB mini
  • USB Cable Length:7.25"


¹ Tablet output will only give a partial charge depending on tablet battery specifications
² Charge time based on optimal weather and geographical conditions

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Wild River Tackle Tek NOMAD XP Lighted Backpacks WN3605 Tackle tek NOMAD XP lighted backpack with USB charging system
$161.48
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Wild River Tackle Tek NOMAD XP Lighted Backpacks WT3605 Tackle tek NOMAD XP lighted backpack with USB charging system and 2 medium trays
$174.70
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Wild River Tackle Tek NOMAD XP Lighted Backpacks WT3605/SP01 Tackle tek NOMAD XP lighted backpack with USB charging system, SP01 solar kits, and trays
$222.89
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Wild River Utility Trays PT3500 Utility tray, small
$5.91
In Stock
Wild River Plier Holder with Retractable Lanyard WNAC04 Plier holder with retractable lanyard
$6.94
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Wild River Tackle Tek Solar Panel Charger SP01 Tackle tek solar panel charger
$37.88
In Stock

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