Most sailors haul their charging cables wound up by hand, or stored in bags. Larger cables even can not be stored efficetly most of the time. The problem is always that they are obstructing. Charging generally occurs outside, at the dock, where the cable could get wet, or grimy, from lying on the ground. To handle the cable after usage, could get your hands and clothes dirty as a result. Once charging/using is completed, the cable needs to be stored. Apart from making the boat dirty, the cable seizes much space, and drifts while sailing. With such an approach, the cable often gets twisted and tangled and the boat gets dirty and cluttered. With the upcoming electric boats this problem gets even more out of hand, as storage space is very precious.
Cable Gets Wet and Dirty Which Results in Dirty Hands and Clothes.
Cable Gets Tangled and Takes Too Much Space In Storage.
Cable Is Difficult To Handle.
Always Messy Business Wrestling The Cable.
No Real Good Cable management System.
Cable Can Break Or Tear Inside Due To Unwanted Twisting.
Solutions currently available are limited to cable bags or boxes, which do not offer a lot of benefits and do not solve any of the issues besides providing a way to store the cable in the storage. A downside is that it takes some effort to put the cable in the bag, and this is probably the reason why they are not used a lot and the cable ends up being thrown in the storage.
The SHORE Reel is designed to handle the cable only by the plugs during the process of connecting and disconnecting the boat to and from the charging station. So, dirty hands and clothes are no longer an issue. Using the SHORE Reel prevents the cable from getting twisted and tangled, and using the docking station the cable can be conveniently stored, preventing it from sliding around in the trunk and leaving dirt behind.
Shore Cable 10A
Shore Cable 16A
Shore Cable 25A
Shore Cable 32A
Shore Cable 50A
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