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Quantity:
1 Unit
Condition:
Normal Wear & Tear
Year:
2005
Case:
Dual
Warranty:
1 Month
Usage:
Rentals
Location:
North America
Description & Maintenance
This is the original Le Maitre LSG unit as opposed to the MK2 that they sell now. The only difference is the MK2 comes with fans to move more smoke but these can be added easily. This unit comes as two road cases. One for the LSG 'chiller' and the other for the included G300 smoke machine. The two cases clip together.
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