Davis FenderTender II

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Davis FenderTender II -
Versatile design.
Clip to rails, lifelines, windows and cleats.
Internal ''locks'' grasp lines and rails   
Fender Tenders let you move boat fenders practically anywhere--in a hurry. Versatile design clips to rails, lifelines, windows, and cleats and holds fenders where you want them. Internal "locks" grasp lines and rails securely to prevent slipping. Easy on, easy off, easy adjust...no knots! Made of tough, weather-resistant plastic. Sold per pair.
These UV-resistant plastic clips simplify fender height adjustment. They slip onto 7/8'' or 1'' rails or sailboat lifelines and stay put. Quick adjustment without knots. Sold in pairs.
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Davis FenderTender II Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Awesome product!

We have a couple of these clips for two of our fenders and I plan on buying more. Our boat cleats are way too low for fenders, so these clips were an outstanding way to put fenders where I normally couldn't. We have a bow rider and I hang them on the side windows and on the front handrail; I have even managed to clip them to cleats on a dock. They snap on and off and can be attached to railing wires too. Outstanding product!!!
Loving Life at WestMarine.com on 07/07/2011

It's all in the fine print

It would have been nice to have the fact that they ship in packs of two in LARGE TYPE somewhere on the product page…I now have 16 of the things when I only wanted 8. ;-)

Other than that they work exactly as described with the only downside being that the slot for yacht lifelines doesn't fit as tightly/securely if your lifelines are plastic coated which seems to be the standard on production line boats these days.
Hey Jude at WestMarine.com on 05/05/2012

Very handy

I have one for each of my 6 fenders, which allows them to be moved around and adjusted. Can also be used as a clothes pin to hang towels, etc on rail to dry without blowing into the water. Works best on a rail - no room on a cleat with lines.
Recalculating at WestMarine.com on 06/06/2011

Easy to Use

These Fender Clips work great for attaching fenders when docking. Be sure you lift fenders out of water before coming up to speed. Somehow they find a way to become unattached to the rail when fender's are bouncing in the water.
Weather Man at WestMarine.com on 07/07/2011

Handy to hang a fender from windshield

Our city docks are very high and I need a fender higher than the midships cleat on my 19' bowrider. This clip is just the ticket to hang one from the wrap-around winshield.
Marty at WestMarine.com on 08/08/2012

Easy to adjust your fenders

Lost one of my fenders this winter. Bought a new one. Replaced lines and added the fender tender as an easy way to change position and to adjust height.
Windy Daze at WestMarine.com on 02/02/2014

Hooked on the simplicity

Simple yet durable design makes securing fenders quick and precise. I need more to go around my railings and as gifts for boating friends.
DAT at WestMarine.com on 05/05/2013


Very easy to use, I can adjust it with ease
DVs at WestMarine.com on 04/04/2012

Negative Reviews:

not as good as the rounded ones

The old fender tenders I had were rounded where the snapped completely around the railings, where theste are squared there leaving the possibility of losing them when docked during rough weather.I'd appreciate a return to the old design and would purchase them immediately.
drtjusa at WestMarine.com on 11/11/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Good Value

The holes are placed in a ridiculous position for mounting so an impact driver cant get access to assist with mounting. A por design decision.
Rod the Oz at WestMarine.com on 04/04/2012