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Product of the Week- Removable sailing pouches

by Des Ryan on 24 Feb 2013
Removable cockpit pouches .. .
Sitting with you in the cockpit there are always a range of small items that you need to keep safe, dry or at least in a place where you can reliably find them. It could be anything from your spectacles to a knife or a mobile phone, from a screw driver to your wallet to your glass of champagne.

Yet when you are sailing hard they may get in the way, so flexibility in the form of removable cockpit pouches is a great idea.

Accon Marine's Quick Store System lets users attach small, mesh storage pockets to their Accon Quick Release Drink Holders, creating convenient storage space on deck.

Durable and breathable, these pockets are constructed from water repellant, vinyl-coated polyester mesh fabric. Antimicrobial properties make the Quick Store System resistant to mold and mildew. The pouches also feature Sunbrella™ acrylic binding and UV-resistant thread, while the straps utilize polypropylene webbing.

Hook and loop fasteners and closures make it easy for owners to move the pockets around and establish additional storage where they need it. The lightweight Quick Store System is low-maintenance, easy to clean and dries quickly.

Accon's Quick Release Drink Holders install easily with two #10 screws. To use the Quick Store System pouches, users simply secure the hook and loop tab around the drink holder.


For more information, contact www.acconmarine.com!Accon_Marine.

If your local marine store does not stock this product, flick down this alphabetical list to find the distributor in your country.




Germany
Wolfgang Wilden
Pfeiffer-Marine GmbH
Josef-Bosch-Str 4
D-78315 Radolfzell
Germany
Ph: + 49 7732 9950-0
Fax: + 49 7732 9950-50
info@pfeiffer-marine.de
www.pfeiffer-marine.de

Italy
Carlo Gaeta
GA MAR Srl
Via Pisciarelli 1 trav N29
80078 - Pozzuoli (NA)
Italy
Ph: + 39 081 570 70 07
Fax: + 39 81 570 44 41
info@gamaronline.com
www.gamaronline.com


Japan
Unicorn Engineering Co Ltd
2-9 Fujigaya 2-chome
Kugenuma
Fujisawa-shi
Kanagawa
Japan 251-0031
Ph: + 81 0466 23 7361
Fax: + 81 0466 23 7326
main@salt-w-h.co.jp
www.salt-w-h.co.jp

Netherlands
Martijn Boekeloo
Belship BV
Krommewetering 61A
3543 AM Utrecht
Netherlands
Ph: + 31 30 240 8046
Fax: + 31 30 241 0832
martijn@belship.nl
www.belship.nl

New Zealand
Bruce Hudson
So-Pac Marine Ltd
8-10 Volkner Place
Albany, Auckland 1311
New Zealand
Ph: + 64 9 448 5900
Fax: + 64 9 448 5911
info@sopac.co.nz
www.sopac.co.nz

Norway
Telmo Control
Industriveien 1
P.O.Box 46
NO-2021 Skedsmokorset
Norway
Ph: + 47 66 92 65 00
Fax: + 47 66 92 65 01
postmaster@telmo.no
www.telmo.no

Singapore
AMI Marine Sales
Blk 196 Pandan Loop #05-23
Pantech Industrial Complex
Singapore
Ph: + 5 6775 0081
Fax: + 65 6779 7856
singapore@amisales.com.sg



Spain
Ana Ruperez
Commercial Ruperez Nautica SRL
C/Marina 3 Pol Ind Feliu Vila
Premia de Dalt
08338 Barcelona
Spain
Ph: + 93 752 90 88
Fax: + 93 752 90 89
www.ruperez-nautica.com

United Kingdom
C-Quip Ltd
8 - Fulcrum One
Solent Way, Whiteley
Hampshire PO15 7FE
UK
Ph: + 44 0845 2266953
Fax: + 44 0845 2269133
lcooke@cquip.com
www.cquip.com

Venezuela
Ramon Canela A
Promarine - Inversiones Pronautica
Avenida Intercomunal
Desarrollo Vega Arriba
Calle 4 Guatire Edo
Miranda
Venezuela
Ph: + 58 212 381 0890
promarine@cantv.net
www.tulancha.com/promarine

Vietnam
AMI Marine Sales
Suite 150M3
Petro Vietnam Tower
8 Hoang Dieu Street
Vung Tau City
Ba Ria Province
Vietnam
Tel: + 84 64 351 3345
Fax: + 4 64 351 3346
vietnam@amisales.com.vn

All Other Inquiries
Erica Ring
Accon Marine LLC
13665 Automobile Blvd
Clearwater, FL 33762
U.S.A.
Ph: + 1 727 572 9202
Fax: + 1 727 572 7621
info@acconmarine.com
www.acconmarine.com

Accon Marine is actively seeking additional international representation.
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