Snap-Tap™ Buckles (Pair)

US$49.00

DESCRIPTION:  Low-profile buckle for Point 65 modular kayak. The innovative sports-grade buckle attaches to and releases from the strap with ease yet is rugged and reliable.Sold as a pair, these buckles are...

Description

DESCRIPTION: 

Low-profile buckle for Point 65 modular kayak. The innovative sports-grade buckle attaches to and releases from the strap with ease yet is rugged and reliable.

Sold as a pair, these buckles are version 2.0 from 2015 and onward but will fit all previous models, no new ratchets are needed for compatibility. (Previous version Buckle is not available for purchase).

Fits all Point 65 modular kayaks and SUPs. Comes complete with screws for easy mounting into the pre-installed thread on your kayak.

The Point 65 Snap-Tap™ technologies are protected under US and European patents.

 

FACTS: 

Shipping & Delivery

Shipping

FOR US RESIDENTS - WE SHIP KAYAKS FORM PENNSYLVANIA & UTAH

Shipping cost varies according to the country of destination as well as order physical size. Shipping charges will be stated at checkout.

Returns

If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, you may return your unused merchandise in the original packaging within 14 days from the day you receive your merchandise for a prompt refund.

Point 65 Sweden is not responsible for any added customs charges applied by a local government.

Customer Reviews

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SIMON RIZK
Snap-Tap™ Buckles

the new buckles are more precise when locking and easier to unlock than the original installed,

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Alan Holm
Perfect fit

just right to hole the kayak together

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Richard Sivey

Received buckles very quick
Looks like they were shipped from Sweden, if so they got here quicker than if shipped from this country. The buckles fit perfectly and very easy to install. They are a new design and a great improvement

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Sarah Jones

Snap-Tap™ Buckles (Pair)

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Frances Barbour
The Buckles were a success!

I was astonished how quickly the order was processed and shipped, all the way from Stockholm?!?