Testimonials

 

 

See what our customers are saying about their KA experience...

“This [BR-20]...is tough as guts and sparkles on a sunny day. Highly recommended as an improvement to your boat.” – J.Pilon, September 6, 2018 (Amazon Review)

“This thing [QS-22] is easily the toughest anchor I've ever seen, just a great product to use and gave me piece of mind when I would stop and relax.” – J.Pilon, September 6, 2018 (Amazon Review)

“[The BR-11] looks great on the front of my boat, what a massive improvement from the stock piece. I was surprised at how bright and shiny it was!” – J.Pilon, September 6, 2018 (Amazon Review)

“Kingston Anchors not only provide quality products but do so with friendly professional service. Highly recommend Kingston Anchors.” - Chris Salt, July 23, 2018 (Facebook Review)

"When me and my buddy decided to buy the 30-year-old, 27' sailboat it came with an anchor and bow roller that needed upgrading. I bought this anchor [QS-22 HB] along with the BR 11 bow roller from the company. All I can say is that the anchor worked great during the rough weather that we can encounter on the Great Lakes" - Dr. Reel, July 18, 2018 (Amazon Review)

"Got this [BR 11 EP] when we bought their 22lb plow anchor. Works great and easy to install. No complaints" - Dr. Reel, July 18, 2018 (Amazon Review)

“Does what it’s supposed to do and looks awesome doing it. Very happy with the Kingston Anchors BR-20 bow roller!” - Joe Atkinson, June 27, 2018 (Amazon Review)

“Lost the original anchor that came with my boat and needed a replacement. Glad we went with the Kingston Anchors Quickset 14 anchor.” - Joe Atkinson, June 27, 2018 (Amazon Review)

“I didn’t think it would set and hold on our lake’s weedy bottom but we stayed put for hours until we were ready to head in for the day. Plus the anchor came up totally clean unlike our old one which used to track mud all over our boat!” - Kassy, May 25, 2018 (Facebook Review)

A Tale of Two Anchors - Practical Sailor
“The QuickSet dug in almost instantly. We let out a scope of 5:1, attached the rode to the Dillon, and slowly applied pressure from the twin Suzukis. The dynamometer climbed to 600 pounds, the anchor tripped and skidded for a few feet, then reset itself and shock-loaded the dynamometer up to 750 lbs. We built the pressure back up to a steady 780 lbs. for a few seconds without incident, then backed off for fear of pulling the cleats out of the boat.”

CruisersForum

  • “Great company, easy to deal with, honest. Great product line. We use the Kingston HS-20 on Lake Ontario, and have never had a problem.”