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Nanuk Waterproof Panel Kit for The 915 Nanuk Hard Case (Lexan)

$28

Nanuk Waterproof Panel Kit for The 915 Nanuk Hard Case (Lexan)

Product description

A panel kit can easily be added to any of our cases thanks to our integrated bezel system. Included in our waterproof panel kit is a contoured 3/16" thick polycarbonate panel with mounting screws and an adhesive backed die-cut waterproofing gasket.

Product description

A panel kit can easily be added to any of our cases thanks to our integrated bezel system. Included in our waterproof panel kit is a contoured 3/16" thick polycarbonate panel with mounting screws and an adhesive backed die-cut waterproofing gasket.

Nanuk Waterproof Panel Kit for The 915 Nanuk Hard Case (Lexan)


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