Insert the line (max 3/8" or 1/2") into the bottom of the fastfender hole, pull the loose end through the serrated opening and pull the rope vertically downwards through the serrations. It is now ready for use!
To prevent loss of the fender, tie a half knot or figure of eight knot at the loose end. Tip: lay the knot on the place which, when stopping against the hole, corresponds to the lowest position of the fender.
3. Attach to the Railing
Slide the hooks of the fastfender around the railing from underneath (max 1¼" or 1½"). Turn the fastfender a quarter of a turn and allow it to drop down with the hooks on the railing.
4. Adjusting the Height
If the fender has to hang higher, pull the rope vertically downwards until it is in the correct position. If it needs to be hung lower, pull the rope outwards at an angle, allow the rope to slacken to the correct position and fix the rope between the serrations.
5. Various Applications
The fastfender can be used on railings and steel wire as well as on roof railings and other kinds of handrails.