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GME VHF Bonus Pack - just in time for Christmas!

by Matt Heap on 5 Nov 2012
GX600A BP1 GME . www.gme.net.au
Two brands synonymous with quality, GME and Led Lenser join forces, offering a tremendous 'Bonus Pack' in the lead up to Christmas 2012.

During November and December GME will package a Led Lenser Dive Torch (D14), valued at $99 with the highly popular white GX600A VHF radio.

The 'D14' Dive Torch boasts some impressive features including a newly developed magnetic switch which is easy to switch even with gloves on, the lamp head is made from high grade steel, whilst the body is made from shock resistant and shatter proof plastic. The torch projects the light to 180m at 150 lumens with new batteries, and is waterproof to 60 meters.

Matt Heap, GME’s marine manager commented: 'The white GX600A is arguably Australia’s best selling VHF radio; the GME / Led Lenser marketing campaign unites two celebrated brands, both known for quality, practicality and reliability. This promotion offers our customers excellent value and something rather special for the upcoming boating season.'

The Led Lenser bonus packs will be available for a limited period from November until December 31st 2012, or whilst stocks last, so make sure you watch out for the eye-catching custom GX600A / Led Lenser promotional package at your local GME marine dealer.

Customers seeking additional information regarding this promotion can visit www.gme.net.au or contact their favourite GME marine retailer.
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