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Power grip - one handed

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For ropes Ø 3 to 6 mm.

Double your pulling power AND take the pain out of pulling smaller ropes. The Clamcleat® CL261 Power Grip 1 allows you to pull twice as hard compared to using your bare hands. For right or left handed use. The smoothly contoured hand grip area has been voted the most...

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Attention: Our standard spools of ropes are 330 ft. (100 m) and 660 ft. (200 m). Some ropes are available also in 102 ft. (31 m) and 1650 ft. (500 m). Unfortunately, other lengths (non-standard spools) are not available in our US warehouse.

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Code Weight [g] In Stock Price
CL261
52
13 pcs  i
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$14.90($14.90 ex.VAT)
  • Description
  • Specifications

For ropes Ø 3 to 6 mm.

Double your pulling power AND take the pain out of pulling smaller ropes. The Clamcleat® CL261 Power Grip 1 allows you to pull twice as hard compared to using your bare hands. For right or left handed use. The smoothly contoured hand grip area has been voted the most comfortable shape to fit all hand sizes. Ideal for tensioning antenna masts but also windsurf downhauls, small dinghy haulyards, catamaron trampolene and African drums.

Manufactured from aluminium for strenght and durability. For two handed use, see CL262.

How long do cleats last?

This really depends on how cleats are used. We often see nylon cleats that are over 10 years old, when they have been used for light loads on control lines. However, tensioning a rope by dragging it back through the teeth will quickly burn out a nylon cleat. This is why alloy cleats were originally developed. Alloy cleats withstand this type of use, as long as the rope is clean. A dirty rope that is full of sand will wear out any fitting. Windsurfers and kitesurfers who have to rig on coral sand beaches certainly know that their equipment has a limited life. Hard anodised cleats have slightly better wear resistance than silver ones. Nylon cleats are completely resistant to salt water corrosion. They are also resistant to many acid and chemicals. Alloy cleats have "excellent” corrosion resistance. Hard anodised cleats have slightly better corrosion resistance than silver ones.