Davis Spar Fly Windvane

Priced: $27.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
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Davis Spar Fly Windvane -

Bright red, high-impact plastic vane is highly visible from deck. Needle bearing provides optimum sensitivity. Unaffected by angle of heel. Spoiler holes reduce lift. Includes both a top mount and a quick-release side-mount. Weighs only 1.25oz. Spare vanes also available.

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Davis Spar Fly Windvane Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Works great

This will be my third Spar Fly wind vane in 5 years for my sailboat. I like the bright color and responsiveness to light winds. The vane will become brittle from exposure to the sun each season so it must be handled with care while raising and lowering the mast. Definitely remove the vane while trailering. I am happy to have a new vane for this sailing season.
Tom M25 at WestMarine.com on 06/06/2013

Works great

Does what it's supposed to do. Much less expensive than other models of wind vane. The plastic vane is also easy and inexpensive to replace when UV degrades it. Suitable for small trailer able sailboats.
Coastal sailor at WestMarine.com on 06/06/2013

Accurate and precise wind indicator

used for racing and day sailing.
chip at WestMarine.com on 10/10/2011
Sensitive and steady
Skinny Guy at WestMarine.com on 08/08/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Buy an aerosol can of Florescent Day Glo

This wind vane will bleach out in bright sunlight very quickly when boat is left "mast up" for a few weeks. An aerosol can of flourescent Day Glo paint quickly restores it to 'as new' condition as well as blocking additional UV damage. The plastic also gets brittle and a slight bump when raising or lowering the mast can fracture it. Plan on two seasons..max.
Flying Scot Sailor at WestMarine.com on 01/01/2013