Davis Air-Flow Tels

Davis Air-Flow Tels


The Davis Air-Flow Tels attach to sails with waterproof adhesive locator discs.


  • No holes required
  • Tels show the air flow across the sails
  • Allow to trim sails for maximum performance
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Each kit includes 14 Tels and full instructions on where to apply them and how to read them.

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Davis Air-Flow Tels 950 Air-flow tels, pack of 14
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