The Native Slayer Interior Battery Pack easily mounts in the console of the Slayer and Slayer Propel series. It is the perfect size for most small electronics batteries. The unique design suspends the battery off the bottom of the hull and makes it easy to add or remove or it can be permanently installed with two bolts. Little conveniences like the hook and loop tab that keeps the tether out of the way when adding or removing the battery and the tether that attaches to the scupper for added stability speak to the craftsmanship of this pack.
Yes, the Native Slayer Interior Battery Pack fits the Slayer Propel, but not as easily as pictured in the Slayer. The only way I could install it was to fasten it through the front storage compartment. This sets the battery pack further back and the battery is not as easy to get to. It works but not as well as pictured.
This works... but if you're using it in a Propel Slayer, you need to attach the battery pack to the cover... and it will take a hot knife and a couple of longer screws to make it happen. I did a hard install, and had the cables from my fish-finder running on the inside of the kayak, keeping them off the bottom of the Kayak by using some pad eye's. From the inside of the kayak there are only a couple of rivets visible, everything else is hidden... and more importantly water proof.
Two screw holes and a Velcro strap and it's installed. It holds the battery up off the hull so there is no need to fuss with a waterproof box. It is large enough to hold the bigger size batteries. The battery is held securely and does not bang off the hull. You can take your battery in and out easily and there is still room to access anything else you might put in that hatch. For ease of install and not having to build/buy a waterproof box, it couldn't be better for me.
Battery bag is a very good product easy to install. Using it to hold my Nikon battery , it only weighs a pound. For my running lights.