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    Posted: 17 Dec 2009 at 10:12am
Anyone know a source of the Easymatic mainsheet system in the UK. It's a double line reefing system, which I find much easier to use than a single line system.  Mine has broken and I am trying to replace it.  I have found a stockist in Germany.

http://www.svb.de/index.php?sid=x&shp=1&cl=details&cnid=11411&anid=1644&changelang=1 <http://www.svb.de/index.php?sid=x&shp=1&cl=details&cnid=11411&anid=1644&changelang=1>

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Hi Roger,

Mailspeed marine have it: http://www.mailspeedmarine.com/sail-control-reefing/easy/matic-1-mainsheet-solutions-centre-mainsheet-3-1-6-11051593.bhtml

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I think these guys are the only wholesaler these days.
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Which exact items did you order in the end? 

Just curious as it seems a really good idea and its about time that I replaced my mainsheet and blocks.


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Post Options Post Options   Quote rogerfg7 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 Jan 2010 at 5:42pm
I have just ordered the Easymatic 1 Double Block with Cross Block and Double Servo Cleat 93101from SeaMarkNunn.  They quoted £127inc p+p. German firm www.svb.de quoted €175 + p&p.  I do find the set up very easy to use, quick to reef with the 2:1 purchase using both sheet ends and then powerful with 4:1 using just a singe sheet. Please let me know if you want any further info.

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