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Paddy Incubator

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$256.46
$333.71

The Ocun Paddy Incubator is a large crash pad, only when it's not packed. The Paddy Incubator is Ocun's most compact crash pad and can easily fit into most car boots despite its large open size, thanks to its unique folding system. The Nylon and Cordura® Ballistic materials on the outer layer are highly durable and abrasion-resistant to protect the pad, and the bottom of the pad is made with Teflon to resist moisture and dirt. WeBee padding protects the shoulders when carrying.

Details:
• Duralumin hook buckles
• Flaps for easy packing
• Open position lock
• Carpet 50×30 cm
• Breathable WeBee shoulder straps
• Two rubber handles

Weight: 8,8 Kg
Size: 210×100 cm
Size (Packed): 100×55×45 cm
Thickness: 10 cm

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The Ocun Paddy Incubator is a large crash pad, only when it's not packed. The Paddy Incubator is Ocun's most compact crash pad and can easily fit into most car boots despite its large open size, thanks to its unique folding system. The Nylon and Cordura® Ballistic materials on the outer layer are highly durable and abrasion-resistant to protect the pad, and the bottom of the pad is made with Teflon to resist moisture and dirt. WeBee padding protects the shoulders when carrying.

Details:
• Duralumin hook buckles
• Flaps for easy packing
• Open position lock
• Carpet 50×30 cm
• Breathable WeBee shoulder straps
• Two rubber handles

Weight: 8,8 Kg
Size: 210×100 cm
Size (Packed): 100×55×45 cm
Thickness: 10 cm

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