Mosquito net for hatches - Large
Manufacturer SKU: 1415
Waterline Designs mosquito nets are easy to install from the inside of the boat with a magnet and foldable frame. For large hatchets.
Waterline Designs mosquito nets / bug screens are designed out of a long experience from the country of mosquitoes, Sweden. In Sweden we have a range from small gnats (as the No-see-ums) up to regular sized mosquitoes. We don’t have any deceases such as Dengue fever or Zika but we all hate them anyway. The sound of a single mosquito in the cabin at bed time can easily ruin your sleep. Our nets are mounted from the inside of the boat, so no one has to go outside to put them on. Just attach a magnet (a metal plate is attached with double-sided tape on the window) on an open hatch. The screen has a chromed steel frame (foldable) that stretches it out. The screen is tightened against the frame of the hatch by a cord attached to the magnet. Done in a few seconds. After use the mosquito net can easily be folded down to a 1/3 of its size for storage. The screens only need to be bigger than the hatch opening. A hatch with opening <720 x 720 mm (28” x 28”) needs a screen 800 x 800 mm (31” x 31”). Since the screen is bigger than the hatch it’s also fits different shapes (square, rectangular and round). Three sizes cover all hatches and brands. Makes it easy to pick the right size. Imagine the perfect evening without mosquitoes.
• Pop up = 5 seconds mounting
• Suitable for hatches with interior dimensions up to 720 x 720 mm (28″ x 28″)
• Fast mounting with magnet
• Easy to store, folds to 1/3 of the size
• Fits all brands of hatches
• Mounts from the inside
• Also works on flushed hatches
• Thin, builds less than 3 mm
• Ventilates the boat
• Keeps out mosquitoes, sand flies, No-See-Ums, gnats, wasps etc.
How to use
1. Open the hatch.
2. Mount the suction cup or magnet according to instructions on the mosquito net.
3. Press the suction or the magnet (magnet and metal plate) to the hatch. Make sure the suction cup and hatch are clean for the best result.
4. Tighten up the net against the sealing/hatch.
To remove the net, don't pull in the net. First, remove the suction cup with a finger.