Polyform 9" buoy to attach to your Anchor Caddie Rope Bag. Comes with a stainless steel carabiner clip to attach to the D ring of your rope bag. This allows you to get off anchor and throw your rope bag overboard and float to be ready for you to come back and get back on anchor. Inflate to between 8 - 9".
With a buoyancy rating of about 13 lbs., which is about 300' of 3/8" rope. Please make sure you test it on your bag and rope/rode in a controlled environment before tossing it overboard. I have personally floated 500' of 3/8" solid braid nylon rope, but do not recommend pushing it to that limit.
We only recommend this buoy to float the ORIGINAL anchor rope bag, not the PRO or XL. anchor rope bag.
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What psi for the buoy ball?
We have 2 buoy balls, if you are referrring to the bigger one, usually about 4 to 5 pounds, you want to be able to push the sides in a little, but do not want it like a football or basketball. You can see the video on our Support page, Anchor Caddie | Customer Support and Services | Anchor-Caddie and it's called "How to inflate your Buoy Ball"
The smaller one can be pushed a little more at about 10lbs, but again, not necessary to inflate like a football or basketball, they are meant to float, not bounce.
Hope this helps.
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