The EASYROLL safety package
• Ropes/belts on pulleys are always ready to hand on the railing. No more searching for lines in the box!
• No more “ripping out” of the rope and belt ends
• Quick access to stern mounted mooring ropes and anchor straps provide maximum safety
• The rollers are very easy to fix with only 2 screws
• The dead weight of the rollers is shifted to the railing
• tidy appearance for your yacht
For more than 20 years we have been selling robust and high-quality stainless steel castors in cooperation with a Scandinavian manufacturer.
All of the different sized castors can be fixed directly to the railing due to their low weight. Spoolled with the extremely robust yellow Dyneema® ropes or very light-resistant white belts up to 100 metres in length, both are excellently suited as shore and anchor lines. After fixing the ropes or straps to the cleat, safety and peace and quiet returns to the boat/boat for you! After 2 minutes of winding up you are ready for any possible critical need.
COMMENT FROM THE EASYROLL DISTRIBUTOR
The modern material Dyneema® has been used on all ships/boats for years. High tensile strength, with a much thinner cross-section, makes it possible to use stainless steel rollers with a diameter of only half a meter. The lower elasticity of Dyneema® ropes compared to the straps that have been used for decades, mainly for anchoring, can be compensated by the patented jerk absorbers. All reels usually remain on the railing all year round as a safety package. Dyneema® pulleys and belt pulleys are secured against “noise” from the inside of the pulley. Only a 6mm Allen key is required to install the roller axle, as well as a 17mm open-end spanner to fix the roller or adjust its braking effect. If rope or belt is used, the first commandment is: secure to the cleat.
What our customers say
“We ran aground with the keel on a sandbank (Greece, channel of Levkas, Bavaria 42) The inboard engine alone did not manage to free the boat. We took the loop (splice) from the Dyneema pulley mounted on the railing and threw it to a passing motorboat driver for towing, attached the rope to the cleat – and our boat was free again.
“As the responsible skipper I also like to leave the boat when family and guests are already swimming around the boat. If the boat is not firmly anchored, for safety reasons I have made it a habit to spool a few “tens of meters” of rope from the pulley, attach it to the cleat and with the rope within reach, enjoy the pleasures of swimming as well.
“For my catamaran it is the optimal solution for mooring in sailing bays. Since we have extremely strong sunlight here, we have reordered two protective covers.
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