Originally Posted by MedSailor
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Looks like there's a new Mansocna on the market. This one claims to be superior to all the others (who doesn't), but it is novel in that it is a roll-bar type anchor
that disassembles for stowage. The spade is a "next generation" anchor
that has this feature, but if you're of the roll-bar faith this might appeal.
I don't see any evidence of 3rd party testing yet and one can never trust videos
/tests done by the maufactuter, but I'll stay tuned. It also seems like it's pretty heavy by their recommendations chart. Don't know if that's design inefficiency or if they're just hugely conservative with their size recomendations. They could also be recommending "2 sizes up" in order to edge out the competition in upcoming tests.
PS Being a disciple of the almighty Bruce it's a big pet peeve of mine when they test the "bruce" against their anchor
using a Lewmar
Claw. I couldn't tell if they were using a Bruce or Lewmar
, but I do know that neither makes a 25lb anchor like they claimed to test.
Name is Greg I am the founder of Mantus Anchors, i appreciate the discussion Mantus has generated on this forum. I would be more than happy to answer any questions.
In the matter of sizing WE ARE conservative with our recommendations!
An anchor is a piece of gear that lives depend on! Heavier size increases both: the holding power and the likelyhood the anchor will set.
Now I know Mantus is the best setting anchor on the market today, but of course the burden of proof is on us and we are in the process of submitting Mantus for independent testing. Still If you believe us that we did not alter or influence the videos
, which we did not, than you will find our Test Videos
on Mantus Anchor page