High quality: The Unimer Mooring Compensator is made of durable EPDM rubber, providing excellent strength and weather and saltwater resistance.
Locking Mechanism: The cleat shaped design prevents slipping while increasing the life span of your line.
Functional: The Unimer Mooring Compensator is compatible with mooring lines, pier and deck fittings.
#1 Choice: Europe's #1 Choice Snubber
Insurance: Suggested by boat insurance companies world wide
(10 - 12 mm) 13 inch - Holds Up to .4 inch lines
(12 - 16 mm) 16.4 inch - Holds Up to .5 inch lines
"li"(14 - 18 mm) 20.5 inch - Holds Up to .55 inch lines
"li"(20 - 24 mm) 23.6 inch - Holds Up to .79 inch lines
"li"Sport type: Boating
The unimer mooring Compensator provides cushioned relief for mooring lines, Pier and deck fittings. The Compensator is design protected and features a cleat shaped locking mechanism that prevents slipping. The self-locking internal elements in Black polyamide stop chafed lines completely. This increases your lines life span and ensures efficient relief. Available in 13 inch(10-12mm) 16.4 inch(12 - 16 mm) 20.5 inch(14 - 18 mm) 23.6 inch(20 - 24 mm) *(10 - 12 mm) Up to .4 inch lines *(12 - 16 mm) Up to .5 inch lines *(14 - 18 mm) Up to .55 inch lines *(20 - 24 mm) Up to .79 inch lines
From the manufacturer
Unimer Mooring Compensator
Cushioned relief for mooring lines, pier and deck fittings.
Absorbs shock between your boat and dock!
The compensator is design protected and features a cleat shaped locking mechanism that prevents slipping.
The self-locking internal elements in black polyamide stop chafed lines completely.
Made of durable EPDM rubber, providing excellent strength and weather and saltwater resistance. These features increase your lines life span and ensures efficient relief.
Fits Dock Line Size
(10 - 12 mm) Up to .4 inch lines
(12 - 16 mm) Up to .5 inch lines
(14 - 18 mm) Up to .55 inch lines
(20 - 24 mm) Up to .79 inch lines
Made of durable EPDM rubber, providing excellent strength and weather and saltwater resistance
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