Best Sail Boat Cup Holder - The "Winch Wench" Winch Socket Mount Drink Holder! Clever mount shaft locks into your sailboat winch socket.
|Price:||$8.95 - $15.95|
- Fits in any modern sailboat winch socket in one easy snap!
- Made in USA with UV Resistant ABS - One piece construction, no moving parts to break.
- Portable, light weight, easy to remove and store.
- Fits standard full size insulated coozie (coozie not included).
- Can also be used to hold bottles, cans, small tools, rigging tape etc..
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The Winch Wench - Sailboat Cup Holder
The Winch Wench is a simple beverage holder that fits in any sailboat winch socket. Just snap the Winch Wench into your empty winch socket and now you have the coolest drink holder standing by and ready for your favorite beverage!
NEWLY IMPROVED in JULY 2016 - NOW MADE OF HIGH IMPACT ABS - MADE IN THE USA!!!
Our new version is now made of UV Resistant ABS instead of PVC, and 100% MADE IN THE USA! Each Winch Wench will also now come in a beautiful printed gift box as shown.
Designed by the famous Captain Woody, the Winch Wench was invented by Woody after nearly 100,000 sea miles including his circumnavigation in a 28' sailboat.
The Winch Wench is not just for bottles and cans, but can also be used to hold other items such as small tools or rigging tape, your favorite bottle opener or small snacks. It's very portable and easy to store; just lift it out of your winch and stow it away. With one-piece construction and no moving parts to break, this cup holder is sure to give you years of use on your boat.
The Winch Wench is designed to fit a standard size insulated coozie (coozie not included).
Top Customer Reviews
Once in the winches, these stay in until you remove them. We have inadvertently left ours in overnight on evenings with brisk winds but they have always been there in the morning.
I wish the seller would make one with a slot cut in the side to accommodate the handle of a coffee mug.
Just to state the obvious, you might want to slip it off before tacking.