230gram Cooper Anchor - Nylon - Kayak Anchor, SUP, Canoe Anchor

230gram Cooper Anchor - Nylon - Kayak Anchor, SUP, Canoe Anchor

230gram Cooper Anchor - Nylon - Kayak Anchor, SUP, Canoe Anchor

230gram Cooper Anchor - Nylon - Kayak Anchor, SUP, Canoe Anchor:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. If you’re anchoring in soft sand than it works great. It’s compacted sand, clay or any hard surface it just drags across. Overpriced for a piece of plasticall items free shipping,ranking top7,ranking top3230gram Cooper Anchor - Nylon - Kayak Anchor, SUP, Canoe Anchor
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230 Gram !!!!! Nylon Cooper Anchor For KAYAKS, SUP's amp; CANOES Specifically designed for kayaks, Standup Paddle Boards and conoes. Any watercraft with minimal storage space but who still require an anchor that works and is safe. You will be amazed at this little anchors Performance. Dimensions (L x W x H) 265mm x 121mm x 90mm HOW amp; WHY COOPER ANCHORS WORK The holding power of any anchor is directly related to how deeply it sets and holds the sea bed. Most anchors on the market today are restricted by design to plowing along near the surface of the sea bed and rarely, if ever disappear completely below the sea bed. Cooper Anchors very simple design with its weighted tip, straight streamline shank and small blade are designed to completely disappear below the sea bed and stay there even through wind and tide changes. The small area between the shank and the tip allow Cooper Anchors to change direction with less effort, especially during anchor retrieval. As the boat is pulled forward, over and above the anchor, the anchor rotates with the vertical pull and is retrieved with the same effort, or less than was used in its setting. Protecting our reefs. To protect our reef and reduce the risk of becoming permanently hooked up, simply move the shackle to the hole in the base of the shank, and use a cable tie through the top hole and chain. If the anchor does become stuck, the cable tie breaks and the anchor releases backwards without damaging the reef. When anchoring in anything other than reef, the main hole should be used.

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230gram Cooper Anchor - Nylon - Kayak Anchor, SUP, Canoe Anchor

230gram Cooper Anchor - Nylon - Kayak Anchor, SUP, Canoe Anchor

230gram Cooper Anchor - Nylon - Kayak Anchor, SUP, Canoe Anchor:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. If you’re anchoring in soft sand than it works great. It’s compacted sand, clay or any hard surface it just drags across. Overpriced for a piece of plasticall items free shipping,ranking top7,ranking top3230gram Cooper Anchor - Nylon - Kayak Anchor, SUP, Canoe Anchor