Nohokai Racks?

Has anyone used any of these products? I was at Island Paddler recently and saw these new OC-1 wall and Ceiling racks. I just wanted to know if they are worth the money or is there an better alternative. I like the fact that they are made here in Hawaii, but wanted to know what others thought.

Mahalo Kakou

'Iaukea

Submitted by iaukea on Sat, 04/07/2007 - 10:30pm



You can make your own and save a few $$, I bought a pair and they work great!

For about $45 bucks, in my eyes they are worth it.


#1 Wed, 04/11/2007 - 10:38am


Mahalo for your input. I got a pair and your right..works great and you don't have spend the time trying to fab. wood ones.

Aloha
Iaukea


#2 Sun, 04/22/2007 - 10:33pm


Nohokai Racks

Work really well , Ive got some way over here in Maine. Good to support local Hawaiian business too .
This reminds me.... we
re getting low on" Locals "slippers,

Aloha


#3 Mon, 04/23/2007 - 12:38am


i just use 'L' wall brackets that i picked up from HomeDepot that includes foam padding for $6 a piece. But nothing wrong with supporting your local shops.


#4 Mon, 04/23/2007 - 5:06am


About the "L" bracket. I was told the same thing at Tri-Paddle on Maui. However, they seem too small and it seems as thought the canoe can roll-out.

Shoots


#5 Tue, 04/24/2007 - 9:14pm


The 'L' i was refererring to is like a Serif 'L.' I kepted my Stingray on them without a problem either sideways, upside down or rightside up. I get lazy and let it drip dry. :) Hope that helps.


#6 Wed, 04/25/2007 - 4:15am


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