Dogsleds by Danler

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Grand Odyss

price: 2.890,00 EUR
delivery time (ex works): auf Anfrage 

Very easy controllable long distance sled

Grand Odyss folded 
Grand Odyss folded

Description

No matter what you want to do, everything is possible.

  • a sprint race, no problem, it weighs only 18 kg and it’s soooo ... easy to control
  • it’s also outstanding in the middle distance range
  • long distance, that’s what it’s made for
  • want an adventure out in the wilderness? If you’re tucked up in the sled bag, it can’t fail
  • with a basket fitted, it is also ideal for an adventure away from made up trails.
 

Standard equipment

  • runners for changeable plastic, incl. 1 pair Nowax plastic
  • real rubber footboards
  • steering system
  • claw brake
  • brake pad
  • chain brake
  • snow hook holder for 2 snow hooks
  • Passenger seat, which can also be used to secure the load
  • sledbag with bags on side, top, and in the back
  • mesh ventilation


snow hook holder Grand Odyss  (snow hook, not in scope of delivery) 
snow hook holder Grand Odyss (snow hook, not in scope of delivery)
chain brake 
chain brake
locking system and snow hookholder (snowhook and locking system not in scope of delivery) 
locking system and snow hookholder (snowhook and locking system not in scope of delivery)

There’s a chain brake supplied as standard on the Grand Odyss. If you are familiar with the effect, you won’t want to be without it.

 

Technical data

Dimension Sled bag Runner
weight ca. 18 Kg material - Cordura sandwich runner for changeable plastic
length ca. 2700 mm bags - side, top and in the back Nowax plastic
width ca. 550 mm top zippers by YKK ABS sides
height - adjustable 1020/1050/1080 mm
GFK double reinforced
Grand Odyss in action
Grand Odyss in action

The right accessories

Here you will find the right accessories and spare parts

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Contact

Danler Hundeschlitten
Mühltal 43
A-6083 Ellbögen
Austria

+43-512-378733

0043-512-370863

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