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Nash Deliverance Ball Maker

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The new Nash Deliverance ball Maker could revolutionise the way you make, and use, groundbait The new Nash Deliverance ball Maker could revolutionise the way you make, and use, groundbait

New from the Nash stable, an ingenious little device that could make a BIG impact on your fishing – whatever you fish for.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Just sometimes a product is dropped on your desk, which makes you think: “This is awesome!  Why has no one thought of this before?”  Such a product is the Deliverance Ball Maker – just launched by Nash. 


What is a Ball Maker you may ask?  Well, it’s a simple device to make compact, perfectly spherical balls of groundbait.

 
...and it's so very quick and simple to useSimply fill up one half with groundbait, insert the top section and push down.  Then press the buttons to release a perfectly formed groundbait ball that is so compact, if you get your mix right, you will be able to catapult it for miles.  What’s more, you can make the balls in seconds – in fact as quick as you can fill the Ball Maker!


The Ball Maker will appeal to everyone – not only the match anglers, who of course use tons of groundbait - but also switched on carpers and speccy anglers who catch by having smart little 'edges'.


There are so many permutations for creating unique round balls with the Ball Maker, and it’s not only about groundbait - think about it…


Available from the end of March the 20mm Ball Maker has an RRP of £7.99 and the 40mm version £9.99







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