2″ x 1.8″ Aquarium Net with Aluminum Telescopic Rubber Coated Handle



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A 2" x 1.8" Aquarium Net with an Aluminum Telescopic Rubber Coated Handle is a tool used to capture and handle fish or other aquatic animals in an aquarium. The net measures 2 inches wide by 1.8 inches deep and has a fine mesh material that allows for gentle and safe handling of aquatic life. The aluminum telescopic handle is coated in rubber for a comfortable and non-slip grip, and can be extended to reach the bottom of deeper aquariums. The handle also has a locking mechanism to ensure the desired length is maintained during use. This aquarium net is designed for ease of use, durability, and the safety of the aquatic life in the aquarium. 2" x 1.8" Aquarium Net with Aluminum Telescopic Rubber Coated Handle LIFEGARD® Telescopic Net - Telescopic Extendable Handle Premium Quality Construction Soft and Durable Net 2" x 1.8" x 2" Deep Sleek and Versatile Rubber Coated Handle  
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