NRS Kayak Bilge Pump with Float

NRS Kayak Bilge Pump with Float
NRS Kayak Bilge Pump with Float
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Kayak Bilge Pump with Float by NRS
While it might be the least glamorous part of your boating setup, the Kayak Bilge Pump with Float from NRS is one of the unsung heroes. This pump features a durable plastic housing, stainless steel screws, and a foam grip pad that helps it to float if it goes overboard.

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SKU: NRS004H
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