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Product Code: B3110010

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The Head Net Hat is a useful accessory in areas where there are large numbers of midges, mosquitoes and other flying insects. The ultra-fine mesh is stitched directly onto a wide-rimmed, pop-up hat meaning that the Head Net Hat is ready for use straight from its case. Manufactured from tough, multi-filament Tricot material, and with a toggled draw cord around the rim, the Head Net Hat weighs just 95 grams.


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Product Features

    Dimensions: 46cm (Diameter) Weight: 95g

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Mosquito Head Net Hat reviews verified by Reevoo

(8.7 out of 10)
Quality
9.3
Ease of use
8.3
Features
9.2
Weight
9.5
Value for money
9.2
Overall rating
8.7
Scores 8.7 out of 10 based on 6 reviews
(8 out of 10)

Confirmed purchaser

+
Very light
Difficult to re-fold
Confirmed purchase: 06 June 2015
Published on: 25 June 2015
(10 out of 10)

Dave

Falkirk Enthusiast
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The brim keeps midges and other nasties away from your face. I bought one after seeing them getting used by loads of walkers and climbers at a Skye campsite last year.

It even fits my big head. I now have four that I've bought for all the members of the family for camping trips.
You feel a bit like a bee keeper. :)
Confirmed purchase: 04 May 2015
Published on: 13 June 2015
(8 out of 10)

Peter

Enthusiast
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Light, well made, functional. Packs down very small.
One size only and I found it a bit snug on my big head, so probably best to try before you buy if possible.
Confirmed purchase: 07 April 2015
Published on: 31 May 2015