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Nookie Hornet Rescue Throwline - Review

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When:Oct 15
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A throwline is a must have piece of equipment for all kayakers and canoeists. We have had a  Nookie Hornet 18m Rescue Throwline 8mm (9kN) in for review at Unsponsored for quite a few months. We are [...]

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