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Polar Double Flip Portable*REDUCED*

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Brand New - Never used.

REDUCED TO $650.00 IN ORDER TO SELL. Last March I bought a Polar double flip portable, stored it indoors all summer, and I am now unable to use it this winter. It has never, ever been used. It went from the showroom floor to my home. This is as spotless as can be, with my guaranteed satisfaction. I set it up last weekend to take pictures. It folds out to 6x12, it is black with two yellow tops on the end to let in light. Four swivel seats are included, plus some extra poles to sweeten the deal. I paid $899.99 plus tax. I was asking $750.00 Now I'm asking $650.00 I am not kidding when I say it is spotless and NEVER used. You can see by the bottom of the tub it is clean. I have more pictures if you want. kterning@brownsworth.com 2004441687843354507_th.jpg 2004460236137753780_th.jpg 2004467482144488157_th.jpg

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what is the overall size of the sled

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When open,it is 6'x12' and 75" center. When closed, the tub is 42"x6' and 25" high. It has never been used.

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does it include a hitch and/or a cover? also, how does the canvas compare to the other brands? you can contact me at jasontighe@iflo.com

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This is a quality house with quality materials. I have friends with Polars and they really like them. If your looking for a big house I wouldnt hesitate to buy this one. Its a good deal.

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Thanks for your input Northlander. I really appreciate it.

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Walleyetighe - you have mail

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