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Hammerhead Industries Tether Retractor

Hammerhead Industries has updated its spring-loaded GearKeeper Tether Retractor. with a new design to keep calls, lights or accessories nearby and ready for action from any position. The new model combines the popular heavy-duty snap clip and the threaded stud mount, providing a simple way to mount the rangefinder to jacket pockets, wader harness or blind bag -- all in one package.

The GearKeeper is designed for use with items weighing up to 9 ounces, provides up to 31 inches of extension and automatically retracts. An optional quick-disconnect system allows for rapid detachment of gear.


Contact: Hammerhead Industries; (888) 588-9981; www.gearkeeper.com


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