Sonik SK-TEK 3 Rod Transport System (Fits 9' & 10' XTRACTOR Rods)


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Sonik are introducing the ultimate three-rod transport system. Sized to fit three retractable butt carp rods with 44” or 50” pack down lengths. Thanks to the intelligent adaptable design the system will accept rods with different handle lengths.

Placing rods on the inner fold out lid allows you quick access to your tackle in the three removable pouches that are perfectly stored under your bedchair. The Transport system will also fold for easy storage and is made from our ultra tough PVC backed 600D SK-TEK camo material with a HD waterproof base material. There are also two top compression straps for extra accessories and the carry straps can double as a rucksack harness should you have to carry it to your swim.

  • Sliding rod strap allows 44” and 50” rods to be perfectly protected
  • Three removable tackle pouches, perfect for under bedchair storage
  • Sliding reel holders adapt to different handle lengths
  • Folding design for compact storage
  • Side pocket for net pod and sling accessories
  • Fully Lined and padded and reinforced
  • HD 600D PVC backed SK-TEK camo material
  • HD waterproof base
  • Side grab handles

Size in cm:

  • OVERALL: L137 D36 H24
  • FRONT POCKET: L125 D7 H16
  • INTERNAL POUCH 1: L46 D34 H18
  • INTERNAL POUCH 2: L37 D34 H18
  • INTERNAL POUCH 3: L18 D34 H18

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    Not very good

    Posted by Johnathan on 11th Dec 2023

    So I had really high hopes for this bag considering it can carry pretty much all your gear including your rods and reels but the rod and reel function of the bag is one of its major flaws. What it does is it sandwiches your rods vertically together and sandwiches your reels horizontally together which in return damages them. All 3 of my poles totaling in 600$ were damaged at the tips, and all 3 of my reels totaling in 400$ were damaged. Aslo the straps dig into your shoulder so bad that I’ve had bruises and in severe pain while carrying this bag in backpack style. I will say it’s made out of great material and they had a good idea but the flaws unfortunately cost me about 1,000$

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