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  1. #1
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    Default The New Fox Easy Brolly

    I’m quite tempted, best price £110 which is expensive for a brolly but cheap for a bivvie?

    Know little about Fox products, any opinions?

    PS Turn the volume down, annoying music alert!


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    Default Re: The New Fox Easy Brolly

    Looks pretty much like the original . When they started updating that, it ended up being more bivvy than brolly. The Easy Brolly goes back to the original stripped out, light weight idea. The sliding (on the ribs) clips look like a decent tweak over the original Supa Brolly though. The more basic mechanism is arguably a retrograde step, but it's likely to reduce both weight and cost.

    Unless you are fancying the odd longer stay session, the Specialist Brolly might be a better option, though the price is probably less attractive (probably due to the mechanism).

    I have both an original Fox Supa Brolly and a Fox Specialist Brolly. The latter is little use for an overnight session, but it's a fine bit of kit.

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    Default Re: The New Fox Easy Brolly

    Looks good to me John. I'm about to pay £80 for a Preston Brolly which suits my purposes. For larger pegs and very bad weather I use a trakker Tempest Brolly.
    Last edited by mikench; 16-08-2019 at 19:31.

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    Default Re: The New Fox Easy Brolly

    Every thing I've ever bought from Fox has been absolute rubbish!

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    Default Re: The New Fox Easy Brolly

    Quote Originally Posted by browndog View Post
    Every thing I've ever bought from Fox has been absolute rubbish!
    Their Glacier Mints are classics, surely?

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    Default Re: The New Fox Easy Brolly

    Their bait pegs are great


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    Default Re: The New Fox Easy Brolly

    I had a Fox Warrior 11’ Twin Tip Barbel rod that was great and their little meat stops for hair rigging are also very good.

    Plus, Fox Micron Bite Alarms are pretty much an evergreen standard for anyone not wearing Delkim blinkers!

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