NexSens Pyramid Anchors

For excellent holding power, cast iron or steel mooring anchors such as these pyramids are far superior to granite or concrete blocks.

Features

  • Pyramid shaped one-piece cast iron permanent mooring/anchor for fresh and salt water use
  • Mooring will rapidly set itself by presenting a digging edge to penetrate the bottom
  • Short shank allows mooring in more shallow water with less chain wrap-up and potential hull damage
Your Price $105.00
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NexSens Pyramid AnchorsDOR15 Pyramid anchor, 15 lb.
$105.00
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NexSens 35 lb. Pyramid Anchor DOR35 Pyramid anchor, 35 lb.
$255.00
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NexSens 70 lb. Pyramid Anchor DOR70 Pyramid anchor, 70 lb.
$495.00
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NexSens 135 lb. Pyramid Anchor DOR135 Pyramid anchor, 135 lb.
$815.00
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NexSens Pyramid Anchors
DOR15
Pyramid anchor, 15 lb.
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$105.00
NexSens 35 lb. Pyramid Anchor
DOR35
Pyramid anchor, 35 lb.
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$255.00
NexSens 70 lb. Pyramid Anchor
DOR70
Pyramid anchor, 70 lb.
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$495.00
NexSens 135 lb. Pyramid Anchor
DOR135
Pyramid anchor, 135 lb.
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$815.00
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NexSens 5/8" Stainless Steel Bow Shackle SSPA625i-BOW Stainless steel bow shackle, 5/8"
$35.00
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NexSens 5/8" Stainless Steel Bow Shackle
SSPA625i-BOW
Stainless steel bow shackle, 5/8"
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$35.00
For excellent holding power, cast iron or steel mooring anchors such as these pyramids are far superior to granite or concrete blocks. When underwater, concrete loses nearly half its weight and granite loses over a third. Also, the digging properties of pyramid anchors in mud bottoms increase their holding power.
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