Fluke Anchor, 4 Lb Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel - FO3939
GALVANIZED STEEL BOAT ANCHOR: Constructed From Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel. It has all of the Fluke Anchor Features. Recommended for Boat Length Up to 16 Ft
SUPER HOLDING POWER RATIO: Fluke Design performs well in bottoms including in mud, sand, grass, clay, and gravel. It has one of the highest weight-to-holding power ratios of any anchor.
EASY-STORAGE: It stores easily in a storage locker or on a bow roller. The fluke style also makes for a great secondary or stern anchor.
FEATURES: Tapered shank and chamfered edges that allow for deep seabed penetration in sand and mud.
MEASUREMENTS: Weight: 4 Lb / 1.8 Kg. Dimension: 14 7/8 Inch (378mm) Shank Length, 12 1/2 Inch (318mm) Stock Width, 7 Inch (178mm) Fluke Length, and 6 3/4 Inch (172mm) Fluke Width.
[Important Notice]: All of our Anchor and Docking products (like Windlasses, Anchors, Anchor Rodes, Anchor Rollers, Dock Lines, Mooring Accessories, Quicklinks, Chains, Shackles and Swivels) are recommended for use under normal weather and sea conditions. In case of extreme circumstances such as hurricanes, etc, the right precautions must be taken.
Five Oceans/Baron USA will not be responsible if the products are used under unusual weather and sea conditions.
PRODUCT NUMBER: FO-3939
Happy customer, excellent price and product.
Excellent, excellent !
Right product and arrived two days earlier than the estimated arrival date. I added 15 foot of chain, ready to go offshore.
The package arrived on time with the proper amount. The item fits the description perfectly the only issue I had was that the hole for a shackle in the anchor itself is to small to properly fit a 3/8 in galvanized anchor shackle but that is a very minor flaw. Great but nothing spectacular.
This Danforth type anchor is used on our ski boat. The anchor is light, quickly sets, and has never dragged other than in heavy weeds where few anchors work well. It holds well for its weight and is a good value.
This is a well-made anchor. My only disappointment was when I went into my local Ace Hardware store and a 5-lb. similar anchor was $5 less.