We attended the annual Nash Trade show at its headquarters today. As usual the company had plenty to show us and there were some real jewels among its new roster of products. Firstly, the Double Top Apex bivvy has been causing quite a stir on social media with its interesting shape and features. Like the double tops of recent years it has a lot to offer the angler that wants to be comfortable on the bank no matter the weather.
Next up was the Siren R3 alarms. Packed with features the R3 is the new improved version of the original Siren bite alarm with a few key tweaks to its design. A system for eradicating false bleep and the ability to change settings at the bite alarm head are just a couple of improvements that the new Siren has been doted with. At £400 for three alarms and the receiver its is a very competitive price for a good setup of alarms.
The Nash luggage range has also seen a complete re-vamp. Finished in a new carpy green pantone, and adorned with hard-wearing zips and waterproofing on the base, there are bits of luggage for everyone whatever your taste and preference.
Our final stand out product was the new Scope Bedchair. With three breaks, it allows you to fold the bedchair down to a tighter package making it brilliant for packing into a small car or carrying to your swim if you don't own a barrow. We will be checking out all the latest Nash Products in Total Carp Magazine over the next couple of months so keep an eye out.