From our original, classic bootie pitot cover to the next-generation high-visibility bootie, these pitot covers fit most round probes – pitot tubes and others – on a wide range of commercial and general aviation aircraft.
Our original bootie pitot cover is designed with durable, cushioned vinyl with genuine Velcro™ engagement strap and high-visibility red flag with white lettering.
The next-generation high visibility bootie features cushioned, daytime-contrasting color vinyl, and a high-visibility, fabric-reinforced vinyl RBF flag with an omni-directional reflective tip for nighttime recognition. Engagement strap uses genuine Velcro™ enclosure for strength and long-lasting durability.
DeGroff's Bootie Pitot Covers fit pitot tubes and other round probes on wide range of multi-probe commercial, VL jet, defense and light general aviation aircraft
Fits the heated pitot probe on my Bonanza perfectly.
The cover fit my Dynon heated pitot very well. The remove before flight streamer was a little long for my Thorp, but that was easily fixed by cutting a little off the end.
Fits our LSA like it was made for it. The design allows for enough flexibility to fit most pitot probes. Probably wont fit a 707.
White Remove Before Flight lettering on the back side of the red vinyl flag is poorly applied, and scratches/flakes off on contact - right out of the package. Design flaw or poor production run? Otherwise, this seems to be as advertised.
Falls off the pitot boom because it’s not sewn in the back. Came out to my airplane after 3 hrs parked on the ramp and the cover was lying on the ground, even though it was previously velcroed to the boom.
Basically a cheap piece of plastic compared to the items Ive seen and expected. The flag is plastic not the woven nylon you often see and the fitting could fit a 737 not a 172. But, it was inexpensive and probably pretty durable and will work despite not fitting too snugly. So, its alright and a bargain at the ten dollar price tag, and shipping was 3 bucks more. Not sure how fancy one needs to get for a pitot cover anyway, so its kind of a mixed rating I guess.
Fell off in almost no wind immediately after putting it on for the first time. The velcro strap is not done right. I will have to put an elastic band or something else to hold it on the pitot tube. Disappointing.
Fell off after one week and blew away even though I had it as tight as it could go. The velcro is not in the right place to help hold on properly.
I dont usually leave bad reviews but Im kind of disappointed. After just a week on the ramp I have already noticed some fraying. I doubt this will last more than a couple of months.
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Its 7-3/4" long, and 3-3/4 high tapering down to 2".