Patented Servo design allows a line to cleat with only slight downward pressure. The line does not have to be trimmed into the cleat, meaning you do not have to ease before cleating. Molded jaws have staineless steel reinforcements which increase holding power and durability. Especially suitable for use with slippery new high-tech lines. Mounting fasteners included with both size cleats. The SV11 comes with an optional wire fairlead. The wire fairlead for the SV22 is sold separately. See Servo Cam Cleat Accessories for the the SV22 wire fairlead and other add-ons for each cleat.
Holt Allen makes these for lines 2 to 6 mm in diameter. Three models to choose from. All three are alloy construction. The HA4467 is a cam cleat with an integral base fairlead, the HA4476 is a jaw cam cleat, and the HA4976 is a jaw cam cleat with an eyestrap fairlead mounted on top. There is no comparision to these mini cleats.
A unique design utilizing the cam cleat principle. Uses a single rugged aluminum cam mounted vertically in a black-molded, reinforced stainless steel frame. Just slide the rope sideways, and it runs freely in the fairlead. Available in two sizes with carbon rollers and available for either port or starboard applications.
A unique, hard-to-find, pivoting cleat that allows the line to run freely until it is pulled out of alignment. Frequently used for spinnaker halyard pump-up systems. The halyard exits the mast, goes through a cam cleat and usually a fairlead. Then there is some space before the halyard runs through the pump cleat. On the line in this space there is a trap handle on a block, which you hold to pump. The tail of the halyard then continues through a fairlead or cheek block and is taken up by shock cord. As you pump the handle, the pump-cleat goes out of alignment holding the tail and causing the halyard to take up through the cam cleat. As you lower the handle, the pump cleat aligns again allowing the shock cord to take up the tail through the pump cleat, readying the system for another pump if needed.