OX70TE – Optimist tiller with extension deluxe black anodized
A black anodized tiller with 16 mm black anodized 60 cm aluminium tiller extension for the Optimist. Fitted with EVA foam grip and releasable rubber joint.
OX61S – Optimax low friction mast sleeve Optimist
This mast sleeve is fitted around the mast at deck level and protects the mast from wearing. Optimist mast sleeve as supplied with Optimax spars.
Mounting the sleeve – you will notice the sleeve is slightly smaller than the mast. To mount the sleeve you should gently warm the sleeve with a hairdryer or paint stripper. You can easily slide the warm sleeve over the mast into position.
OX65 – Pro line Optimist upgrade package
High performance Optimist upgrade kit, consisting of outhaul, downhaul and halyard system.
Pro Line Outhaul
High performance 3 mm Dyneema® and Cordura® outhaul for excellent grip in the cleat and perfect wear resistance characterictics.
Pro Line Vang
3 mm spliced Dyneema® primary line with a 6 mm Dyneema® and Cordura® secondary line for ultimate grip in the cleat, durability and ensures extremely good wear resistance characterictics. The non-spliced Dyneema® end has enough length to be tied or spliced around the boom.
Pro Line Halyard System
High performance Technora® and Dyneema® halyard with a spliced loop on one end to be fixed easily on the mast cleat. The other end is tapered which makes it thin enough to fit through the halyard handle. This halyard system comes with the OX60R Dyneema replacement halyard with spliced on low friction ring.
OX90 – Yellow PU nylon coated 48L buoyancy bag Optimist
This Optimist buoyancy bag is made of polyurethane coated nylon and is about half the weight and significantly stronger than buoyancy bags made of PVC or PVC coated nylon.
Optimist buoyancy bag with normal valve. Color yellow, ￼48 liter, size inflated 29 cm x 92 cm, content: 48L ￼size deflated 44 cm x 98 cm, radius 5 cm
Please note, not to over inflate the Optimist buoyancy bags. When bags are properly filled, they will be soft to the touch. Over inflated bags may burst when heated up by the sun or rising temperatures. Make sure there are no sharp points in your boat that would snag or puncture the buoyancy bags.