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BoatingLAB: Landing Loop

The Landing Loop makes mooring safer and easier in the absence of loafing dockhands.

June 20, 2012
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The Landing Loop makes mooring safer and easier in the absence of loafing dockhands.

Its unique, durable construction allows boaters to effortlessly capture any dock cleat or piling while the boat is safely away from rough dock edges.

Hook a sliding loop over the fork tips at the end of the 10-foot long extension pole and crewmembers can secure the loop over the cleat or piling without leaning or jumping overboard, risking an accident.

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The heart of the device is the unique fork with polymer tips that hold the sliding loop until released by the crewmember.

The fork is powder coated for corrosion resistance and tips won’t rust or mar the boat. It can handle lines from ½ to ¾ inch in diameter.

The extension pole is tough, anodized aluminum.

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It extends and secures at any length from 5 to 10 feet thanks to an internal twist lock mechanism.

Boat and crew are protected from sharp edges of the extension pole by polymer collars. The butt also features a durable non-slip protective handle.

When Landing Loop is not needed, simply collapse the telescopic pole and remove the forked head for easy stowage.

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For more information, visit www.landingloop.com.

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