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   Old Thread  #2 14 Aug 2021 at 6.21pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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Fox could have made much better improvements and copied what like solar did with their version of the easy mat which has end support arms also fibre glass bars that slot in the front and back of the cradle for the flexi middle making it more ridged part of the cradle and comes with much better quality bag and is £30 cheaper
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   Old Thread  #1 12 Aug 2021 at 10.06pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
Just thought Iíd share a short review on the new fox khaki easy mate after getting my hands on one earlier this week.
First impressions of it are great. Fox said they wanted to improve the original and I personally think that is what theyíve done!
Option to inflate with air is a great feature if needed.
Added a couple of pegging points which is also handy.
Now has a full cover, elasticated and velcro.

Only low point I can add is the bag it comes in. Zip still feels fragile, if thatís the right word.
Standard priced at £99 or XL at £119.
Prices are a bit steep but sure theyíll come down in time.

Still itís worth shopping about as I managed to get the XL for £103 from tackle-up.

Overall, itís a well improved bit of kit and looking forward to it getting plenty of use.

I hope this review can be of some use.

Cheers folks
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