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Hall Airspeed/Wind Indicator

Hall Airspeed/Wind Indicator
$25.00


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Skymate WindMate 200 Airspeed/Wind Indicator

Since 1967, Hall has been the standard wind measuring and airspeed measuring instrument for hang gliding, paragliding, windsurfing, kite flying and sailing.

The Airspeed/windmeter was designed to fill the need for a simple, rugged and reliable airspeed indicator, hand-held windmeter, and anemometer.

Its simple design is very accurate and individually calibrated. This model reads a range of 7 to 30 mph.

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