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  1. 22mm Micro fiddle with V-jam and becket
    SKU: HK245
    Harken 22 mm Micro fiddle with V-jam and becket is compact and lightweight and can be used for lines up to 6 mm. Great for smaller sailing boats and boats up to 30 foot, mostly used for trim lines and control lines. Have a working load of 159 kg and weight only 57 gram. Learn More
  2. 57mm Carbo fiddle with becket
    SKU: HK2622
    Harken 57mm Carbo fiddle with becket can be used for lines up to 10mm and weighs 113 gram. Great for mainsheets and trimlines. Has a safe working load of 359 kg and a breaking strength of 1080 kg. Learn More
  3. 57mm Carbo fiddle with cam cleat and becket
    SKU: HK2624
    Harken 57mm Carbo fiddle with cam cleat and becket can be used for lines up to 10mm and weighs 295 gram. Great for mainsheets and trimlines. Has a safe working load of 359 kg and a breaking strength of 1080kg. Learn More
  4. 40mm Carbo fiddle with becket
    SKU: HK2656
    Harken 40 mm Carbo fiddle with becket. Great for down hauls and sheeting systems on small boats. Max. rope diameter for this block is 10 mm, has a max. workload of 220 kg, a breaking strength of 735kg and weighs 54 gram. Learn More
  5. 40mm Carbo fiddle with cam cleat and becket
    SKU: HK2658
    Harken 40 mm Carbo fiddle with cam cleat and becket. Great for down hauls and sheeting systems on small boats. Max. rope diameter for this block is 6 mm, has a max. workload of 220 kg and a breaking strength of 735 kg. Learn More
  6. 57mm Carbo fiddle with ratchet and becket
    SKU: HK2674
    Harken 57mm Carbo fiddle with ratchet and becket. Great for sheetingsystems and downhalls. Use line up to 10 mm and the block weights 121 gram. Max workload is 360 kg and breaking strength is 1080 kg. Learn More
  7. 57mm Carbo fiddle with ratchet, becket and cam cleat
    SKU: HK2676
    Harken 57mm Carbo fiddle with ratchet, becket and cam cleat. Great for sheetingsystems and downhalls. Use line up to 10 mm and the block weights 303 gram. Max workload is 360 kg and breaking strength is 1080 kg. Learn More

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