Blade Pitot Cover

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Fits any blade pitot tube including (but not limited to) Piper Diamond and Lake amphibians


For awhile now we’ve been hearing complaints about the bad design of other Blade Pitot Covers. They fall off, fade quickly in the sun, damage paint (when it’s being jammed on) and ware out, often within a year. Introducing the New Plane Sights ‘Blade Pitot Cover’ for your Piper/Diamond and many others.

(As seen on the AOPA "Get Your Glass” sweepstakes aircraft) We solved the common problems associated with the urethane blade covers by adding rubberized trim and unique pull tab that allows the cover to firmly grip the tube, preventing it from being easily pulled off (yet alone blown off) while fastened. We like to say "if a tornado ripped through your hangar you might find your aircraft flipped over in a field, Blade Pitot Cover still attached!”

Our new proprietary design combined with our standard durable contrasting orange, yellow, and reflective trim is sure to make the Plane Sights Blade Pitot Cover another best seller. Guaranteed for two years!

Each year, over 18 percent of small aircraft suffer ground damage to win-tips, static wicks, elevators, rudders, rotors, propeller blades and other parts while being moved in and out of crowded community hangars.
•   highly reflective markers make vulnerable areas clearly visible under all conditions, and their projecting "proximity fuses" warn that something is too close before damage occurs.
•   markers are easily custom-fitted to virtually any aircraft, take only minutes to attach and remove, and weigh only three pounds folded into their briefcase-size pouch.
•   markers are available in sets of two to five pieces, for fitting to win tips and propeller blades. A full set, including its carrying pouch, weighs only three pounds and stows under any aircraft seat. Once initial fitting is done, the markers can be installed and removed in minutes during routine pre- and post-flight walk-arounds.

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