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Equip your team for Public Safety Diving | Available at Scuba Center in Eagan, Minnesota ComRope Bag Scuba Center in Eagan, Minnesota has the equipment you need to prepare your team for Water Rescue missions

This custom made ComRope Bag is manufactured from a heavy duty, high visibility mesh that features a reinforced mouth with an adjustable draw-string Nylon cord. A convenient opening on the side of the bag allows you to access the topside connection of the ComRope. ComRope bag is a must have on any dive site running Hard Wired Communications. It allows you to easily manage up to 200' of rope in a single bag. The ComRope Bag is the perfect accessory for tenders who require portability.

ComRope Bag | Holds up to 200' of OTS CR-4 ComRope. | Communications Rope Accessories

ComRope Bag
(ComRope not included)


  • Constructed of vinyl-coated nylon and nylon mesh

  • Nylon thread

  • Mesh sections allow wet ropes to dry in bag

  • Nylon storm collar and draw string cords at top of bag

  • Holds up to 200' of OTS CR-4 ComRope

  • Communications Rope Not Included

Price: $69.00   add DRI ComRope Bag to cart

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