Bruce-Style Claw Anchor - Product Reviews
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Reviewer:
Bob Grady
Rating:
5
Date:
6/1/2009
Review:
Its a mud and sand anchor, what else is there to say. Rigged mine with a 3 ft small link chain attached to bottom hole on anchor, then the chain attached to top hole with small zip tie. Anchor line attaches to end of chain. This way if I get hung up a hard yank will break zip tie and release anchor to come up butt first. Good dollar value.
Reviewer:
Mulletman ,NC
Rating:
5
Date:
3/16/2009
Review:
Works great. Have not tested it in high wind yet.
Reviewer:
capt Ron
Rating:
5
Date:
11/30/2008
Review:
I have used anchors for over 30 years to hold everything including my Wheelchair..and These Little Claws Are the PERFECT anchor..It worked so well I decided to give one to my paddling Friends for Christmas..Also got one for my sailing dinghy, when I was in Cedar Key I needed an anchor all I had was the folding little type it worked OK but The Bruce Style Works in all kinds of bottoms,and its "Cute" says my grandkids. Note it can also be pitched up on the bank to pull a person who has problems walking in or for just taking a nap after a long paddle the first time I used it was when the wind came from 2 mph to over 30 mph. Glad I had it.
Reviewer:
Corey M.
Rating:
5
Date:
10/22/2008
Review:
I've only used it on sandy bottoms and it works great!
Reviewer:
jts
Rating:
5
Date:
5/2/2008
Review:
Only had opportunity to use once, but it was in high winds and sandy bottom. held the kayak and me stable.
Reviewer:
Steve Stinson
Rating:
5
Date:
12/27/2007
Review:
I purchased this anchor on a recommendation from a kayaking buddy and couldn't be more pleased. I was having difficulty getting a good hold in high winds with the small fold-out type anchors normally used in kayaks, and this anchor definitely cured the problem. It works great in muddy or silty bottoms, is lightweight and stores easily. - Good Fishin! - Steve Stinson
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