Asymmetric Grip Tiller Extension, Silver
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SPINLOCKAsymmetric Grip Tiller Extension, Silver

$249.99

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Model # 285066 | Mfg # EA/1200SUPC # 5025138310307

Specs

Asymmetric Grip Tiller Extension, Silver

Name Value
Fittings Adjustable
Grip / Handle Type Asymmetric Grip
Length 24 to 48"
Mount Type Universal Joint
Type Tiller Extensions
Weight 26.4 Pounds

Product Overview

This ergonomic, telescoping handle lets you comfortably steer with both hands.

Ergonomically pleasing wrap-around handle fits the hand better and supports the wrist more comfortably on all points of sail than a symmetric handle, according to Spinlock tests. In high-load, two-handed helming, the angled hand position lets your arms fall naturally into a more relaxed, elbows-down position.

EA Asymmetric Grip extensions have heavy-duty stainless steel swivel joints for 360° rotational freedom in any plane, fastpins for easy removal, and shock absorbing collars at the joints to protect the tiller and support the extension horizontally when released.

The shaft is anodized aluminum with a comfortable reinforced handle and cushioned oval grip that can be tuned to the right length with push-button ease. A heavy-duty, stainless steel orbital joint provides 360° rotation in any plane.

Key Features

  • Asymmetric grip fits the hand and supports the wrist, on or off the wind
  • Allows two handed helming with arms relaxed into a more comfortable, elbows-down position
  • Push-button adjustment with Torlon™ ball locking mechanism
  • Removable fast-pin for easy attachment and removal from tiller
  • Strong stainless steel swivel joint for precise control
  • Includes retaining clip to hold the extension against the tiller
  • Closed Length: 29 5/8"
  • Extended Length: 47 1/4"
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