Fox Rapide PVA Bag Loading System

The incredible Rapide Load PVA Bag System range will change the way anglers fish with solid PVA bags forever! Fill It, Twist It, Lick It, Cast It, it's that simple.

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Fox Rapid Pva Bag Kit

The incredible new Rapide Load PVA Bag System range is set to change the way anglers fish with solid PVA bags forever! Having looked at what loading tools were currently on the market Fox product design guru Scott Day felt that there was still vast room for improvement in this area and he knew just how to take these tools to a whole new level! As a result of many months of development and testing the Rapide Load System was born!

The beauty of the Rapide tool is that not only is it used to fill your solid PVA bag but it is then also used to tie it meaning that you no longer need to fiddle about with PVA tape and gripping the bag between your knees – all very tricky and all very time consuming! With the aid of the Rapide tool all you need to do now is load the bag, twist the tool, lick the top of the PVA and stick the bag shut by bringing the moistened section back onto the bag. The system makes things so fast and simple and in fact Scott best time to date to load and tie a bag is just 18.9 seconds – and that includes folding the corners over too!

There are two sizes of loader tools available – large and small.

For the Small tool there are two different sizes of PVA bag available these being 55mm x 120mm (Perforated) 60mm x 130mm (perforated).

For the Large tool there are two different sizes of PVA bag available these being 75mm x 175mm (solid) and 85mm x 220mm (solid)

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