SportsDirect.com Affordable Fishing Tackled by New Maver Partnership
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LONDON, February 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Leading sports retailer SportsDirect.com are pleased to welcome a new addition to their expanding fishing department - World famous fishing brand, Maver.
In addition to their incredible selection of fishing tackle, SportsDirect.com will now stock both the Maver pole and seat box ranges in their online catalogue.
The pole range includes the Competition 'Match This' 2SX pole which features state of the art technology at a very affordable price. The new Match This 2SX is the perfect all-rounder- ideal for modern day commercials where big fish are targeted but also ideal for lakes, canals and rivers.
The online range offers the Competition 'Match This' 1SX pole which boasts all the innovation present on the top Maver models. Supplied at 13m as standard with a comprehensive kit package. Also available online today is the Maver Armageddon SX 16m pole which boasts both quality and performance. The pole has a special easy slide ground paint finish enabling the angler to ship effortlessly at speed in all weather conditions.
It doesn't get any better than this. A 14.5m pole built with strength to cope with all commercial requirements. Constructed from hi-modulus carbon, each section is finished with a sanded paint finish that makes shipping a dream.
It's not just the poles that are causing a fishing frenzy online at SportsDirect.com either, the Maver range of seat boxes including the 5ES can now be bought direct. Available with a black ABS frame and supplied complete with a double brace barrow arm and wheel kit. The free flow industrial strength cassette footplate slides effortlessly underneath the box for ease of carrying. The truly modular style of the 5ES means the flexibility is limited only by the angler's imagination. The new moulded runner system that accommodates the included stacker module makes removal and installation very easy.
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