Stainless Tie Downs Easily Secure Equipment

YachtingJournal.com
Monday, March 31, 2014

Securing equipment to the deck doesn't have to involve a lot of tools or hardware. Accon Marine's Tie Downs easily ensure poling platforms, scuba gear, fenders and other marine accessories stay in place when aboard.

Available in two sizes, the larger 195 Tie Down is also ideal for docks. The smaller 196 version is well-suited for personal watercraft. The large version measures 3-1/2" L x 3-1/2" W x 1-1/4" D, while the small measures 2" L x 2" W x 1" D.

Both are constructed of stainless steel. Assembly consists of the main body and sealing cup.

To install, owners just drill a hole and fasten with four 1/4" screws. For the larger 195, a 2-1/2" hole is required, while the smaller 196 only needs a 1-1/2" hole.

Accon Marine's 195 Large Tie Down retails for $45.93, while the 196 Small Tie Down is $20.05.

Accon Marine specializes in flush mounted, stainless steel hardware, enhancing a boater's experience. Inventor of the original Pop-Up cleat, the company strives for high quality in its products.

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