New evolution of the revolutionary connector
Now available in 3 sizes
The time saving helpful innovative quick connector
Ball bearing locking system
Instant pull back release
Precision cut aluminium
Incredibly strong and very secure
Developed for use with -Nets, Handles, Bank sticks, Keep nets, Bite alarms etc.
Please note the colour is black
Available in small medium and large
As one of the UK's leading suppliers of Prologic Quick Release Connectors, North East Tackle Supplies are known for stocking the very best in Quick Release Connectors from a variety of industry-leading brands including Prologic. Our range of Prologic Quick Release Connectors are used by amateurs and professionals! Take a look through our range of Prologic Quick Release Connectors online today
Mainland UK orders only
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Orders Outside Mainland UK
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