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Model # 10177657 | Mfg # 2985

Product Description

Made of grade 316L stainless steel.

  • For 10 mm chain
  • Ensures a safe anchoring by easing the tension on the anchor chain
  • Protects the boat by reducing the chafe of the chain on rub rail and roller chock
  • Positionned between two links of the chain (single handed operation)
  • The locking set pin keeps it in position in any conditions.
  • Rope diameter: 20 mm
  • Simple mooring hook
  • Perfect for fastenings to mooring buoys
  • Can be adapted to any type of boat hook
  • 103mm L


Chain Grip

Diameter 5/16 Inch to 3/8 Inch
Material Stainless Steel
Type Anchor Hook


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Wichard Chain Grip

(based on 2 reviews)

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Works a Lifetime

By Captain Major

from Cape Coral, FL

About Me Professional


  • Easy To Install
  • Easy To Use
  • Holds Boat Securely
  • Line Fails Stays On Chai
  • Reliable
  • Safe
  • Won't Be Lost If Snubber


  • Pin Can Bend Sometimes

Best Uses

  • Large Boats
  • Open Water
  • Small Boats
  • With Snubber Line

Comments about Wichard Chain Grip:

Use with snubber line to chain.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Poor design - retaining pin sticks

By Captn Paul

from Annapolis MD

About Me Advanced

Verified Reviewer


  • Easy To Install
  • Holds Boat Securely
  • Safe


  • Corrodes
  • Poor Design
  • Unreliable

Best Uses

    Comments about Wichard Chain Grip:

    Used this to attach the anchor bridle on a catamaran to 3/8 chain. Seemed to be better than plain chain hooks because the retaining pin keeps it secured to the chain while the bridle is being deployed. Also stays on the chain when there is insufficient wind/current to keep tension on the bridle.

    However, the retaining pin is poorly designed. It is impossible to flush it completely of sea water after pulling up the anchor so it eventually corrodes. The pin gets sticky and difficult to move in and out and finally gets stuck in the closed position. Broke the end off trying to pull it out with a pair of pliers. What a pain in the neck!

    Having a mechanism to keep the hook secured to annchor chain is a great idea, but this design needs to be improved. It should not provide an opportunity for sea water to get trapped inside and it needs to be more robust.

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