NRS Oar Tether

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Description

Don't lose your oar. During an unexpected release from your pin or oarlock, this 3' polypro strap gives you a fighting chance to get the oar back in before the next wave. Stainless-steel rings secure the tether to oar mounts and oars. Quick-release 1" buckle for removing the oar when needed.

Specifications

  • 3' Polypro Strap
  • Stainless Steel Rings
  • Quick-Release 1" Buckle

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Review Summary

3 out of 3

1 Reviews

Cons
  • Bad design: 1
  • Cost: 1
  • Low performance: 1
Durability: 3 / 5
Quality: 3 / 5

1 Ratings & Reviews

Durability: 3 / 5
Quality: 3 / 5
laramie
top500Contributor

Oar Tether Not Necessary
June 11, 2012

Due to metal rings existing on both ends of the tether, you typically connect one ring between the oar lock and oar tower and the other ring to the oar. In my opinion, it would be preferable to attach the one end to a more substantial part of the frame. Also, the quick release mechanism on the oar tether results in some semi-sharp metal pieces that are unecessary. Some oar tethers have plastic fastex buckles (not sharp). Better yet, save your self some money...buy two metal rings (one for each oar) and attach them directly to your frame with cord.

Cons: Cost, Bad design, Low performance

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