SandShark JR Anchor
The SandShark JR Anchor solves your sand bar, beach, or shallow water docking problems for your Boat, Jet Ski, PWC, or Dinghy.
Designed to store in most Jet Ski and PWC compartments.
Use as primary or secondary anchor for boats.
Use as a sand or beach spike.
How it works:
Here are step by step instructions on using the JR-the Ultimate Jet Ski and PWC Sand Anchor. The JR will store at 18″ in the front compartment of your watercraft and extend to 31″ to set the auger deep for safe, strong and effective holding power.
Easy to use and easy to store; the JR is the most effective sand and shallow water anchor for jet skis, PWC’s and waverunners.
*Please note the pictures and video represent an earlier version of the SandShark Jr. and is for instructional purposes only. Please refer to the pictures on the shopping site for the most recent version of the SandShark JR. The new version is 3 pieces but does not store into the handle. Thank You!
Reverse instructions to put the JR back in storage mode.
Relax and enjoy your time on the water without having to worry about your watercraft getting beached or drifting away with the tide! No need to beach it! Just dock it safely in shallow water close to the shore!
SandShark JR Features:
- Stores to 18″ inches. Fits in Most PWC’s and Jet Ski’s
- 31″ inches from Top to Bottom
- Constructed Completely out of Stainless Steel
- Lifetime Warranty, Top Quality and Built to Last
- 1/2″ inch Solid Stainless Steel Auger Shaft w/3” Blade
- Foam Grips for Comfortable Turning
- Quick Release Pin for Easy Use and Storage
- High Corrosion Resistance
- Proudly Made in the USA!
*NOTE FOR SALTWATER USAGE
Saltwater is one of the toughest environments for metals and if the salt remains on the anchors in storage it will continue to promote corrosion. Stainless steel has a high tolerance for corrosion but if left in saltwater long enough it too is susceptible. For best results and corrosion resistance please rinse the saltwater off the anchors when putting into storage or after use. If you have signs of corrosion use a wire brush or sandpaper to remove.