SeaSense® Paddle Keeper Brackets

   

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  • Super-tough brackets hold paddle in vertical, horizontal, or overhead position
  • Made of space-age polymers
  • Matte black finish
Super-tough brackets made of space-age polymers hold paddle in vertical, horizontal, or overhead position. Matte Black finish.

Manufacturer model #: 50091165.
Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent Product and a Great Value Product was exactly as described and was delivered in a timely manner. Product is well built and a very good value for the price. It comes with #6 sheet metal screws that I thought would be too small, so I used #8 to attach them. If you do the same, be sure and increase the size of the mounting holes in the brackets so the screws pass freely through them. I didn't and both brackets cracked slightly, but they're still usable. My bonehead mistake. June 28, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Doesn't work This component is not wide enough to fit the paddle I bought to go with it. February 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by great buy Very well built product. Takes up very little space in boat. Quality construction. Would buy again. August 3, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Too Small The part that holds the blade of the paddle is too small to hold my plastic/composite paddle. Luckily I checked it before mounting it to my boat! June 6, 2010
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6 7/8 inches
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According to the manufacturer this paddle keeper can hold a paddle with up to a 6 3/4" blade.
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I made my own oar. I used a hard wood closet pole, ban sawed a 3/4 " wide by 6" long knotch. Used Marine Epoxy Adhesive to attach to hand molded 27" long blade made of Doughlas Fir. Reinforced with 2 5/16" hard wood dowels through the knotch.
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 - Oakley, CA
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