YSI 5520 Hard-Sided Carrying Case

The YSI 5520 carrying case is an inexpensive way to protect and transport YSI handhelds with up to 25' cables.

Features

  • Designed for use with YSI Classic handhelds with up to 25' cables
  • Pre-formed plastic/polyethylene construction
  • Dimensions 12" x 10" x 7"
List Price $73.50
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YSI 5520 Hard-Sided Carrying Case005520 5520 carrying case, pre-formed plastic/polyethylene, 12x10x7, for use with YSI handhelds with up to 25 ft. cables
$69.83
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YSI 5520 Hard-Sided Carrying Case
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5520 carrying case, pre-formed plastic/polyethylene, 12x10x7, for use with YSI handhelds with up to 25 ft. cables
In Stock
$69.83
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