WHY A FOLDING ANCHOR?
CONVENIENCE – The anchor folds into a 12″ x 3″ size and slips into a fully padded storage bag that will prevent scratches to your board, kayak, or Jet Ski.
FUNCTIONAL: The anchor is easy to use, storage friendly, and ideal for environments of any kind. Whether it’s sandy, weedy, muddy, or rocky our anchor will hold.
MARINE GRADE- The anchor is rust resistant with 25 feet of green/black marine grade rope (7mm thick). It also includes a PVC flotation buoy and stainless steel snap hook for quick and easy connections.
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT?
Our Marine Folding Anchor is a sleek green that allows for easy visualization. It is manufactured to be rust-resistant and includes 25 feet of Marine Grade, a floatation buoy, a stainless steel snap hook, and a padded storage bag. See for yourself why outdoor enthusiasts are raving about the Gradient Marine Folding Anchor.
· 3.5 lbs
· 12 x 3 inches
· Green Anchor, Black/Green Rope, White buoy
· Compact 12 x 3 inches (folded)
· Rust resistant
· Padded storage bag
· PVC flotation buoy
· 25 feet of marine grade rope
· Stainless steel snap hook
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About Gradient Fitness:
Gradient Fitness is a Physical Therapist owned company and operated out of Rochester, NY. We love being outdoors. That’s why we create innovative products designed for ultimate functionality to maximize convenience and fun.
Lifestyle + Exercise Products
- FOLDING ANCHOR: Our 3.5 lb 4-fluke folding anchor is compact and convenient. Included is a padded draw string storage bag that is perfect for the outdoor person on-the-go.
- CONVENIENCE: The anchor folds into a 12″ x 3″ size and slips into a fully padded storage bag that will prevent scratches to your board, kayak, or Jet Ski.
- MARINE GRADE: The anchor is rust resistant with 25 feet of green/black marine grade rope (7mm thick). It also includes a PVC flotation buoy and stainless steel snap hook for quick and easy connections.
- DESIGNED FOR THE OUTDOORS: From SUP Yoga to fishing from a kayak we’ve got you covered. The anchor is easy to use, storage friendly, and ideal for environments of any kind. Whether it’s sandy, weedy, muddy, or rocky our anchor will hold.
- BORN IN THE USA – Gradient Fitness is proudly owned and operated out of Rochester, NY. We stand behind our products! Not satisfied with your product? Return it to us within 90 days and get 100% of your money back!
Image from page 339 of “Other famous homes of Great Britain and their stories” (1902)
Title: Other famous homes of Great Britain and their stories
Year: 1902 (1900s)
Authors: Malan, A[lfred] H[enry], [from old catalog] ed
Subjects: Historic buildings Country homes Dwellings
Publisher: New York and London, G. P. Putnam’s sons
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress
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rate establishment altogether, is not clear. In 1266, the convent ceased to be a mere cell attached to theNorman Abbey, and had a seal and perpetual prior of its own.The first of these priors was Radulphus de Carteret, and he hadeight successors in the office — not all of them satisfactory, itwould seem — Bishop Grandisson of Exeter reporting, in 1336,that he visited the Mount and found the Prior was careless in theperformance of his duties. In 1290, Edmund, Earl of Cornwall, recites and confirms 3o6 St. flDicbaels fIDount certain grants of lands and money made to the Mount by Richard,Earl of Cornwall and King of the Romans. The last Prior, William Lamibert, was presented by KingHenry IV. in 1412 ; but he cannot have enjoyed the office long,for, in 1413, Henry V. gave the Mount to Sion Abbey, at Brent-ford. It would appear that the conventual establishment of theMount was included among the alien priories which were sup-pressed in England about this date — at all events, we hear
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^l^s^r..^^. THE PATHWAY TO THE CASTLE nothing more of monks and nuns after this, and a chaplainassumed ecclesiastical charge of the place, which still continuedto be occupied as a fortress. About 1425, one of these chaplains, William Morton, beganto build the first harbour of which there is any record, beingassisted by Bishop Lacy of Exeter, who granted an indulgenceof forty days to all who should contribute to its erection. How-ever, in 1427, the funds for the purpose being still found inade-quate, Morton appealed for help to the King, Henry VI., whogranted him certain dues to be levied on ships anchoring near theMount, and on foreign boats fishing for hake during the season.
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