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New titanium soft padeyes

by Colligo Marine 26 Feb 08:14 PST
Soft padeyes © Colligo Marine

Colligo Marine Patented Soft Padeyes are perfect for applications where a standard padeye would be a real toe-stubber! No SERIOUSLY - no more worrying about breaking toes!

Use anywhere you'd use a padeye. They're lightweight, super strong and ultra-useful! These Soft Padeyes just got an upgrade to titanium.

Colligo Marine Soft Padeyes now come in three styles:

  1. Titanium, not only does this soft padeye have higher load capabilities, but has improved durability for it does not corrode. These will stay forever on your boat. A static block is included. (picture on left)

  2. Waterproof, for through-deck applications (picture below).

  3. Standard, where waterproofing isn't an issue.

These Simple and lightweight padeyes use a piece of 5 mm dyneema line that can be easily changed when needed. Waterproof cap version uses an O ring to eliminate dripping. Fits up to a 1" deck thickness. 5,000 lb break strength with 5 mm Dyneema SK75 and Diamond knot.

Speaking of the Dyneema loop, it is very talkative and it will indicate when it is time to be changed. Both UV and Chafe present visible cues of damage and the line gets fuzzy. Making these Soft Padeyes fully inspectable.

Standard Delrin versions are still available.

Shop here!

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