Spinlock Ltd

Spinlock Limited 41 Birmingham Road
Isle of Wight
PO31 7BH
United Kingdom

T: 01983 295555
F: 01983 295542
E: prosupport@spinlock.co.uk

Spinlock Ltd

Known as the ‘experts in rope holding’, Spinlock have been designing and manufacturing cleats, clutches and jammers for over thirty years, fitted on boats from dinghies to superyachts.

Spinlock high load ‘ZS Jammer’ range is available in both alloy and carbon versions capable of holding ropes upto 32mm and loads upto 12000kgs. All are available in custom finishes to match hull, deck or spar, with handles engraved with rope application. ZS Jammers can be side and mast mounted as well as bonded to deck or spar for carbon versions prior to final spraying.

ZS Open Jammers are also available up to 32mm lines, mobile jammers for securing already loaded lines. The essential solution for peeling spinnakers, headsails, reefing and unbeatable in an emergency, ZS Open Jammers are easily attached to a strong point with a strop, opened and closed like a snatch block, before taking up the loaded line.

Spinlock Deckware is an award winning range of harnesses and lifejackets. Already endured in thousands of miles sailing in the harshest competitive conditions across the globe, the innovative, design and application of Petzl climbing harness technology has resulted in a new level of on deck performance.

The Deckvest is the latest evolution, a compactly sculptured, front opening lifejacket harness. Soft contoured to fit the body in a clean, cutaway shape. The effect is strikingly comfortable and compact.

Products and services

  • High Load Jammers
  • Clutches
  • Cleats
  • Custom Rope Holding
  • Custom Finishes
  • Deckware Series
  • Performance Lifejackets
  • High Load Organisers

Latest News

01 November 2017 - Spinlock unveils VOR Deck Vest at METSTRADE

Spinlock, the award-winning designers and manufacturers of rope-holding equipment and personal safety products, will be displaying their latest developments on stand 03.201 at METSTRADE Show in Amsterdam from 14-16 November 2017.