Platypus DuoLock Cap

Platypus DuoLock Cap
Platypus DuoLock Cap
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DuoLock Cap by Platypus
Whether you lost your old Platypus DuoLock Cap or Fido decided it was better suited as a chew toy, consider this little bugger a convenient replacement for your Platypus Soft Bottle. Maybe next time try keeping the water bottle out of Fido's reach out.

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SKU: CAS008Z
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