NGT XL Profiler 2-Man Bivvy


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The NGT Profiler 2 man Bivvy offers a huge space to relax in while fishing. Its small pack down size makes it easy when in transport. It incudes two clip in pockets. Perfect for storing your phone, receiver and wallet in.
Made from a rigid aluminium frame so it will stand up to the elements. There is a large porch at the front and two rear windows that can be opened for ventilation.. A heavy duty groundsheet that simply velcro’s in is also provided.
Features :
* Aluminum Frame
* Removable Heavy Duty Ground Sheet
* Large Front Porch To Protect You From The Elements
* Two Internal Storage Pockets
* Large Hook To Clip Your NGT Bivvy Light To
* Oversized Bag
* Strong Aluminium Clip In Centre Poles
* 5000mm HH
* Two Velcro Rod Straps
* Anti Twist Poles
* Two Way Letter Box System With Mozzi Mesh Panel
* Two Rear Windows With Green Infill, Mozzi Mesh Infill For Better Air Flow
* Heavy Duty Bivvy Pegs And Case
* Small Pack Down Size
Size : 300 x 315 x 180cm
Pack Down Size : 120 x 30 x 30cm
Weight :10kg

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  • 5
    This is the XL

    Posted by Sam Williams on 16th Sep 2023

    I originally saw this bivvy on the NGT online site. I had seen the fortress bivvy, but wasn't too keen on another pram type bivvy. The NGT pictures really don't do it's justice. I'm 5ft 6in, and I can stand up and don't hit my head on anything except the door way. It's very wide. Making it bigger than fortress. Length not much of difference. Putting it together. I found by doing the following it be a lot easier to put up. If you have help it be good too. 1, connect the ribs together,.you have 3 arches. 2, connect the 3 ground straps. This will give you the shape. 3, put up the middle and front peak poles on before standing up the bivvy. Specially if you doing this on your own. 4, now stand the bivvy up. Adjust the back pole and peg it first. 5, pull the bivvy forward as you do stretch it out make sure the Y is stretched on both sides. And then peg it down. Continue to peg the other side. Then peg the door way. 6, do a walk around you may need to adjust or stretch out the bottom . Repeg if needs be. 7, put the ground sheet in. Look for the red Velcro tab it's the middle for the back of the bivvy. When I did my ground sheet I covered the ground straps. Don't want to be tripping on them ,on a run. Other features, there is a hook for lights of anything you want. Would been better on the middle instead of the back of the bivvy. This would be a great 3 season bivvy. But would not recommend for winter. The front area is nice to stay under without actually being in the bivvy. Also has 2 Velcro straps for rods.

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