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NRS Oar Keeper - Big Dog Buckle - Closeout

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You're prepared for the worst by bringing along a third oar, but you'll need easy access to it when you have to move fast. The perfect solution is an NRS Spare Oar Keeper with its quick-release side buckle and large O-ring. Fits Carlisle and Cataract Oars.

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  • 2.5" steel oar ring
  • 2" quick-release buckle
  • 1.75" wide webbing

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  • NRS Oar Keeper - Big Dog Buckle - Closeout

    Q:

    So how does this work? I unbuckle the quick release, that's obvious. But the large O-ring stays attached. What if I need it on the other side? Thanks......
    Asked on 11/22/2014 by goog

    4 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      When attaching to your raft, I put the buckle near the oar blade and the ring near the handle. Then you slip the oar thru the ring and then buckle at other end. For quick release you only unbuckle then pull oar to you and out of the ring.
      Have a great day
      Sent from Rick's iPad ;}

      Answered on 11/22/2014 by Anonymous
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The strap with the O-ring is anchored to the frame. The handle end slides through through the ring. After you release the buckle you just slide the oar out of the ring.

      Answered on 11/22/2014 by Clyde from NRS
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The end of the oar with the handle slides through the O-ring, so you simply
      slide it out when you need the spare oar. The strap with the quick release
      is attached near the oar blade, and that stays attached when you open the
      quick release. The oar stop keeps it from sliding off the oar shaft.

      Answered on 11/22/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The set of straps in the photo are for attaching a spare oar to a raft. I
      generally prefer to rig my spare oars so that the blade is towards the
      front of the raft, but this would be a matter of personal preference. The
      strap with the buckle goes towards the end of the oar with the blade, and
      the O-ring goes towards the end with the handle, maybe 20-24 inches from
      the end. To quickly access your spare oar, as in urgent situation, grab
      the oar in the middle, release the buckle, and slide the handle out of the
      ring. Practice it once or twice before you are in dire straits. Hope this
      helps.

      Answered on 11/22/2014 by Anonymous
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By Strangefellow

from Grand Junction, CO

About Me Advanced

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    Cons

    • Flimsy

    Best Uses

      Comments about NRS Oar Keeper - Big Dog Buckle - Closeout:

      The buckle part of this and the webbing are flimsy and cheap. The set up is not straight forward either. It actually came undone while driving down the highway on a trailer.

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      2.0

      I can see why they are on clearance

      By Packrat

      from Spokane

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Adjustable

      Cons

      • Heavy

      Best Uses

        Comments about NRS Oar Keeper - Big Dog Buckle - Closeout:

        I wanted to use them to carry my oars just in case my trolling motor went down. Kinda like the spare tire in my car. They are much heavier than I expected so as to not be useful, you could strap down a 747 with them. I pitched them and made what I wanted out of a couple dog leashes.

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