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Electric Boat Winch 12V 5000lb Dyneema

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Make launching and retrieving your boat a piece of cake with this 5000lb electric boat winch.

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Product overview

Product overview

Make launching and retrieving your boat a piece of cake with this 5000lb electric boat winch.

The wired remote control features a 10.5m cord, so you can operate it without getting your feet wet, while the forged steel hook with hand saver strap is strong and safe. Premium Dyneema synthetic cable is easy to handle and won't corrode, while the tough plastic housing is designed to handle the New Zealand weather and it’s all backed by a Trade Tested 1 Year Warranty.

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• 400W 12V motor
• Premium Dyneema synthetic cable is easy to handle and won't corrod
• Powered line in and line out capability
• Wired remote
• 10.5m cord
• Clutch brake
• Rated line pull of 5000lb (2268kg)
• 3m battery leads
• Forged steel hook with 35cm hand saver strap
• Mount plate and emergency crank handle included
• 1 Year Trade Tested Warranty

Motor: 400W, 12V
Max current: Approx 35A
Rated line pull: 5000lb (2268kg)
Gear: gearshift
Gear ratio: 740:1
Drum: Steel
Drum size: Ø25mm x 80mm
Brake: clutch brake
Cable: Dyneema Ø7mm x 10.5m
Hook: forged steel hook with 35cm hand saver red strap
Battery leads: 100% copper, 3m length
Dimensions: 24.1cm x 19cm x 25.4cm
Weight: 11kg

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Customer questions

Questions and answers

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q: Do you have a 12 volt plug for this instead of running to battery?
a: No this only comes with the terminal connectors, but it would be easy enough to add one yourself, however you may need to double check the load requirements don't exceed your system.
By Trade Tested on December 3, 2019
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q: Does this come with the plate with the three prongs that the winch slots on to? (not sure if that's what you deem the mounting plate, or if the mounting plate is the part shown with the three holes in it.)
a: It comes with everything you see in the photos, yes the plate with the holes is the mounting plate.
By Trade Tested on October 15, 2019
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q: What is the retrieve speed under load?
a: It's 1.8m/min at full load (5000lb).
By Trade Tested on January 8, 2019
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q: How much current does the motor draw at 5000lb pull?
a: The maximum current is approx 35A, regular current is around 20A.
By Trade Tested on March 21, 2019
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q: Can the winch wire free wheel out or is it just driven out and in?
a: No this is powered in and out.
By Trade Tested on January 15, 2019
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q: Will this be suitable to pull a 2000kg car on to a trailer?
a: Generally it should be ok on most designs, although this depends on ramp angle. Obviously a steeper angle increases load.
By Trade Tested on December 18, 2018
Customer reviews

Customer reviews

Overall rating

2.8 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
Fred Taupo

Electric winch

6 months ago


Very happy with this product.

Steve24 Bay of Plenty

Too slow

about 1 year ago


Purchased to replace my 25 year old winch, painfully slow to unwind and retrieve boat so went to a hand crank winch. Seemed okay apart from the speed.

Trasky Wellington

5000 lb 12 volt electric winch

about 1 year ago


Thanks TradeTested for a quick and easy delivery, The winch trailers my Mclay 525 boat after a beach launch with ease, At first it seemed a bit slow but after a few retrieves I don't find it a problem at all, after the end of a long hot day in the boat and its full of dive tanks and gear its something less to worry about, I power it by a large Moterbike battery and it does the job easy as at a good price. Many thanks, Trasky

Cappy Bay of Plenty

no good

about 1 year ago


This winch has exactly the same motor and gearing as the cheaper one, struggled to pull a 5mt boat on to trailer and then stopped.

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