Caviness 100J Take-Down Oars
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Caviness 100J Take-Down Oars

Caviness 100J Take-Down Oars offer the same great quality as the popular BWL-SU Oar with the added convenience of quick disassemble for stowability, made possible with the take-down Twist 'N Lock coupling.
 
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  • Length: 5-1/2 feet through 7 feet in 6 inch increments
  • Approximate Blade Dimensions: 5" x 21" (6 feet)
  • Shaft Dimensions At Grip: 1-3/8", At Throat: 1-3/8" (Take-Down)
  • Approximate Weight: 44 oz. (6 feet)
  • Standard Features: Varnish Finish, Twist-N-Lock Takedown Coupling, Red Caviness Power Grip

 

To Take-down: Depress the spring-loaded button, turn the shaft 1/4 turn and pull apart. Place the 100J in boat's storage locker, your car's floorboard or trunk, a shelf in your closet - or any other storage area where a one-piece oar wouldn't fit.

Quick Oar Length Estimate: Take half (1/2) the distance between the oar locks and multiply by 3, then add 6 inches.

BRAND: Caviness
Type: Oars
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5.0

Best take down oars around

By Trout Troller

from Dobbs Ferry, NY

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Pros

  • Comfortable Shaft
  • Good Control
  • Minimizes Fatigue
  • Very Light Yet Strong

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Day Trips

    Comments about Caviness 100J Take-Down Oars:

    This model assembles and takes down quickly and easily in seconds. Yet it is solid as a one piece when assembled. It is also quite light and much better than my other pair - Caviness Aluminum take downs. However my pair have started to split on one paddle, and the wood actually deteriorated on the other paddle. But I have used them very very hard for the last 5 years.

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