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Dan-Fender White Cylindrical Fender for 17-23' Boats (150mm x 645mm)

Part No. 895012

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Overview
Brand Dan-Fender
Country of Origin Denmark
Series Dan-Fender 623
Shape Cylinder
Suitability Boat Length 17-23'
Length 645mm
Diameter Fender Body: 150mm, Eye: 18mm
Eye Diameter 18mm
Buoyancy 6.5 kg
Colour White
Description

Dan-Fender use the highest quality materials in all of their production to ensure that all fenders and buoys can do their intended job for many years. The fender rope attachments (also known as the eyes) of the heavy duty range are all injection moulded to be extra strong and reliable. The valve of the fender is made from metal, rather than plastic valves used in some other fender brands. The metal valve allows for easy inflation of all Dan-Fender products and ensures the air remains in the fender body. All fenders are tested under water to ensure that these fenders will do the intended job.

This is a heavy duty, cylinder shaped marine fender. It is designed to be placed at the widest part of your boat to give the most effective protection. The fender has a white body and black eyes, but is also available in a navy blue option.

As a rough guide, this fender is most suitable for boats between 17-23' in length.

Product Video

To demonstrate the strength and resilience of the Dan Fender range, they took a couple of their fenders and ran them over with a lorry! See the results below:

The products used were from the 827 and 1035 range of heavy duty fenders. Our part numbers for the 827 are 895014 (white) and 895114 (blue), and the 1035 range is 895017 (white) and 895117 (blue).

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FAQ's

  • How should I inflate my Dan-Fender product? +

    Please see the attached guide on how to inflate fenders from the Dan-Fender range, as well as information on how to change the valve if required. Alternatively you can watch this video on Dan-Fender's Youtube channel.

    Relevant Documents:
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