Perfect item for the job
Good product. If drilling holes be sure to run the drill through alot and i mean alot. Otherwise it will be difficult to install the top piece. Once it was installed it looked and so far has preformed well
There are surprisingly few companies on the market making multi-cable glands that will stand up to the trials of the offshore sailing vessel and none hold up as well as these! Our boat is 40 years old this year and had a Taffrail that looked like a mushroom farm- each new antenna had a separate single-cable gland and it's accompanying holes drilled through the deck- it looked very messy and made it almost impossible for our canvas guy to finish our new side-curtains for the Bimini! We ordered a few of the stainless steel multi-gland units for our boat in preparation for a circumnavigation- the fit and finish of these is truly impressive! the kits even come with a selection of "bits" to help drill holes through the rubber better than most drill bits will. The install is quite simple and cleaned up the stern of our boat really nicely. Thanks to the design, there is even enough space if I needed to add more cables in the future without needing any new holes!
When I had questions about installation, Seaview's customer service was really helpful- not what you expect when the market is flooded with cheap stainless parts from Amazon. You really can't go wrong- these things are worth every penny. I'll post pictures of our install on Instagram @sailingfruitbat if anyone wants to look.
Had to reroute coax cable from roof of RV. I found and used this cable gland and It worked perfectly, so glad I found this product
Each Cable Gland is supplied with a blank rubber tapered seal that has a molded location to drill and cut. Captive nuts make for easy assembly. Cable connectors do not need to be removed during installation. Stainless steel fasteners included. Watch our installation video to see just how easy it is to install!
"We outfitted a brand new Duckworth 26 offshore fishing machine with the latest Simrad NSS12/ BSM 3 fish finder with a large transom transducer. These have dual large diameter 1" plugs. Because of the dual outboards it is safer to bring the cable up high on the transom below the Yamaha hoses. This particular boat is metal flake black finish aluminum."
"The Seaview cable gland model CG30AB that we used is ideal, easy to install and matched the other Yamaha and Uflex through holes. This is a new product that improves on other designs, looks good and works well."
- Rob Bright
Pacific Yacht Management
"After the Seaview cable gland was installed and tested with an open hose (plenty of water), I have to say I´m very happy with the result, absolutely great, and dry inside, not even a minimal leak!. No leaks after 10 minutes of open water flow on cable gland. After 5 months the gland still works great! We are having a rainy season unlike anything before... still NO LEAKS!, NOT ONE!. I'm absolutely satisfied with the solution found. Thanks for the product!!!."
- Alvaro Perez