Seabung (2 pack)
Featuring a unique flexible dome on a flexible tough plastic shaft, it is incredibly simple to use.
Remove the hose from the seacock, push the Seabung down through the valve and out through the skin fitting. The dome will open out and be help in place by water pressure to prevent any ingress of water into the boat. Unscrew the faulty seacock, withdraw it over the Seabung, replace with a new one and then remove the Seabung before re-attaching the hose.
See the video (above left) to see just how quick and simple it is...
# Supplied as a pack of two Seabungs (in diameters of 60 and 90mm to suit holes 19-32mm and 25-63mm)
- Used this product Review by Clivert
I saw this on Dragon's Den and it looked like a good idea.
Having only had my boat ashore for a week I didn't get to check my seacocks and this seemed to offer a way to do it.
I admit to being a bit nervous but it worked and now also keep them on board in case of emergency.
Well worth the money.
(Posted on 27/04/2015)
- Good kit Review by Pugwash
I have bought this item elsewhere ,having seen it on Dragon's Den and have used it on my Bavaria 34.
I didn't have much time ashore this season so serviced my seacocks afloat and it worked.
Worth the money.
(Posted on 25/04/2015)
- Ok if valve is working but what if it's jammed shut Review by Peter
It's ok if a valve is holding but just try it if jammed open and you have to take hose off to full flow
(Posted on 24/02/2015)
- Way overpriced for a plastic stick and flap Review by Gunner
Ok if you want to replace a sea cock, but I'm not sure how effective it'll be if the skin fitting fails.
I'm not throwing away my wooden bungs.
(Posted on 23/02/2015)