Gear: Spring Fever – One Handle. Forty Tools

Shurhold One Handle System

Feb 23, 2023

Mechanics use sockets instead of individual wrenches because they can complete a project in less time and the tools take up less storage space. It’s no different with the Shurhold One-Handle-Does-It-All-System. Boat owners need only a single handle and any of over forty specialized quick-attach tools to get the job done fast.

The foundation of the Shurhold system is the company’s high-strength handles. Manufactured in the USA from polished, triple-anodized marine-grade aluminum, they’re lightweight and corrosion-resistant, and have comfortable rubber no-slip grips.

Shurhold handles are offered in 13″, 30″, 40″ and 60″ fixed lengths and two adjustable types. The 6′ Telescoping version locks at four intervals between 40″ and 72″ while the 9′ Telescoping model locks at five positions between 60″ and 108″. Each Shurhold attachment clicks easily and securely onto any of the handles using the unique SHUR-LOK quick-release system. To remove, depress the button and slide the tool off.

Shurhold offers a One-Handle-Does-It-All-System attachment for virtually any onboard need. Cleaning tools include a wide range of deck and soft-bristled brushes, mops, brooms, swivel scrubbers and squeegees. Fishing accessories include a gaff and three specialized nets. For boating, there’s a boat hook, paddle and the Dock-A-Reni, a handy device that makes handling dock lines a breeze. The 10″ curved adapter makes cleaning the waterline easier while the 30″ extension is perfect for radomes and other lofty equipment. A GoPro/VIRB camera adapter lets boat owners capture the action—even underwater.

Fixed Length starts at $12.50 (the smallest 13″ Handle), Telescopic start at $48.81, and attachments start at $12.50.


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