Boating Gear
Tried and Tested!

It's often a little difficult to know just how good some items of boating gear and equipment are from the advertisers sales blurb alone - after all, they're in the business of selling it and making a profit.

What the potential buyer wants to know though, is

"Does it really do what it says it will do on the packaging?"

Well, there's only one way to find out and that's to try it and test it in real working conditions.

And that's what we've done for the items of of boating gear listed here...

Boating Gear Reviews...

The EasyMoor mooring device

The 'EasyMoor' Mooring Device

Some mooring buoys have small pick-up buoys attached which you can scoop aboard quickly with a standard boat hook.

Others are not so convenient, requiring that you thread your mooring line through the ring that's fixed to the top of it.

You need to be able to do it swiftly and easily - and to save embarrassment - get it right first time.

And that's what the EasyMoor was designed to do. But does it work?

Read the review...

Polymarine Sealflex for sealing leaking inflatables

Polymarine Sealflex

Leaks in inflatable dinghies are never convenient, and patching them - particularly those on a seam - isn't always successful.

Here's a different approach to sealing them, but does it work?

Review coming soon...

Collinite #850 Metal Wax

Collinite #850 Metal Wax

There's always a lot of stainless  steel to keep clean on a boat, and there are plenty of products out there for you to spend your money on.

So how does this one shape up?

Review coming soon...

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