Fast line speeds, “FallSafe” gypsy lock and an emergency manual deployment option.
With 100% 316 stainless steel housing and a sleek flush-mount design that hides the motor down below, the V700 is one of the most attractive and durable windlasses. It works at the push of a button.
The low-profile deck unit is fitted with a heavy-duty control arm and stripper. Noteworthy is the “FallSafe” gypsy lock that prevents accidental deployment while under way. Rated IP67 (waterproof to one meter), it includes an impact-resistant motor cover, solenoid and reed switch magnet fitted as standard for chain counter. For powerboats and sailboats.
- 100% Grade 316 stainless steel deck unit
- IP67 rated housing is completely submersible
- Fall Safe anchor lock prevents accidental deployment
- Fast line speed, typically 50 feet per minute, maximum 82 feet per minute
- Manual recovery
- Impact-resistant motor cover
- Gypsy Number: 603
- Rope: 12 mm (1/2”) 3 Strand and 8 Plait
- Chain: 6mm DIN 766, 6 mm ISO 4565, 7 mm DIN 766, 1/4” ACCO ISO G43 (G4), 1/4” ACCO BBB (3B)
- Motor Power: 320W
- Style: Vertical
- Boat Length: To 35'
- Rode Type: Rope/chain
- Maximum Pull: 700lb.
- Case Material: 316 stainless steel
- Capstan/Gypsy Material: Stainless steel
- Warranty: Five years
What's in the Box
- V700 Vertical Windlass
- Base gasket seal and below-deck mounting clamps
- Mounting studs: 3" x 5/8" qty - 3 ( with nuts and washers )
- All-in-one Installation Wrench
- Toggle switch and circuit breaker
- Installation and operation manual
Items needed for install (sold separately)
- Wiring and terminals
- Hole saws - 2-1/2" and 4-1/2"
- 3/8" drill bit
- Crimp tool
V700 Vertical Windlass
|Dimensions||Above Deck: 5" Width x 2 3/4" Height x 7 3/4" Length|
|Maximum Pull||700 Pounds|
|Minimum Boat Length||20 Feet|
|Maximum Boat Length||35 Feet|
|Retrieval Speed||50' per Minute at 175 Pounds|
|Anchoring Speed||Power Down 82 Feet per Minute|
|Type||Rope and Chain Rode|
|Warranty Details||Five Years|
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