WinchRite® ABT by Sailology Cordless Winch Handle is a light-weight, safe, cordless electric winch handle designed specifically for use on sailboats. A perfect addition to your sailing gear, the WinchRite ABT features an efficient 21.6v Lithium-ion battery, an ergonomic design and comes complete with a holder for when not in use.
The cordless WinchRite features an Advanced Brushless Motor for increased efficiency, greater torque, and less internal heat to give you a more reliable electric winch. The WinchRite was designed with safety in mind, it features an integrated rubber inlay for anti-skid prevention and a weather resistant cover for increased durability and protection. The winch cog contains a unique drive to prevent failure in both rotation directions and will not unthread or snap the retaining screw.
This electric winch handle works on all single and two speed winches where a standard eight-point handle is utilized. It features a chimed soft start speed acceleration and a sealed circuit board. Operate the WinchRite handle at the lowest speed of your winch to ensure maximum pull and lowest battery consumption.
- WinchRite ABT
- Drive Cog (2 each)
- Plastic WinchRite Mountable Holder (with screws)
- A/C Charger Universal 100V - 240V AC Charger
- Euro/UK/Japan Plug Adapters
- Storage Tote Bag
- Powerful Brushless Dual Direction Motor with Rechargeable Battery
- Electrify All Your Winches for a Fraction of the Cost of an Electric Winch!
- Works on All Standard 8-Point Winches
- Strengthened Gear Box Design
- Universal Multi-Charger
- Safety Chime Soft Start
- Ergonomic Design
- Variable Trigger
- Dual Rotation
- Multi-Stage QA Testing Performed By Manufacturer: 242lbs (110kg) Weight is Lifted and the Unit is Fully Charged
|Weight:||6 pounds 5 ounces (2.8 kg)|
|Overall Length:||15 inches|
|Overall Width:||6.25 inches|
|Overall Height:||3 inches|
|Exterior Housing Material:||Composite of ABS and PC Plastics|
|Drive:||Stainless Steel Integrated Standard Winch Cog|
|Torque:||Achieves 110+NM (81 lb/ft) of Torque to Stall|
|Rotation:||0-130 RPM via Variable Speed Technology in Both Directions Allowing for Two-Speed Winch Rotations|
|Battery:||Internal Rechargeable 21.6V Lithium Ion|
|Warranty:||1 Year Limited|
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WinchRite Demo at Miami International Boat Show
Sven Toothman at the Miami International Boat Show explains how the WinchRite applies cordless technology to a light but powerful electric winch handle.
WinchRite Demo at United States Sailboat Show in Annapolis, MD
Sailrite talks with Sven Toothman at the Annapolis Boat Show regarding the Winch Rite.
This is an expensive winch handle, and I tried other options before buying it, like a cordless right angle drill with adapter to try and save money. The RPM of the right angle drills is too high (400-600 RPM) and resulted in overrides on the winch. The WinchRite is great at 130 RPM. When you think of it, the RPM is just slightly higher than a person would do raising a halyard. This winch handle is purpose built to do the job and it does it well. I have shown it to my friends, and they are impressed. After raising the main on my 28 ft. sailboat, it takes less than 30 minutes on the inverter to fully recharge it.
Great for those sailors with shoulder issues!
Love the WinchRite!
The WinchRite is great! We use it everytime we are on the sailboat and it has made a big difference hoisting and bringing down the sails.
Very prompt service and delivery. I haven't used it yet as the boat is out of the water but I am looking forward to having an easier time raising my sail next season Jim
So far so good
Have used it a coupke of times on my nonsuch 30U. It raises the big sail...piece of cake.
Works fantastic. With painful tennis elbow raising sails was a nightmare. The winch rite makes it easily and painless.
nice and easy to use
No fuss & speak delivery, yes I will trade again
Good price. Prompt delivery.
Great wincher- so happy we bought it.
I love having the electric wincher on board. It really helps raising the mainsail ( the last 4 feet) on our Catalina 30. And sometimes if it’s really windy, Sf bay, we use it on the Jib sheets. Although, we always tighten the last few inches by a manual winch. It can grab and catch very quickly so it helps if a person has used a drill before. Another boater on our dock uses it too. He uses it to raise his in -mast main Furler. They can be tough to raise.