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Both are excellent units though the Furlex is likely to cost more even when you factor in all the "free" extras like a new fore stay.. I have owned both Harken and Furlex and both performed/perform perfectly. If it is a choice between these two units go with who will service you best in terms of a local installer/loft. Harken does have some of the best customer service in the industry though..We are buying a roller furling system for our boat and are down to either Harken or Furlex.
Would like some comments regarding these two products.
I am very pleased with my Harken, both with its performance and the ease at installing it. The only negative thing about my Harken is the crumby line that it came with. If you get a harken, throw the line away and buy some nice line that feels good to your hands.
I just received my profurl c320 today. The drum and darth vader are plastic. Are your's plastic? How do they look after 10 years in the California sun?There's another advantage of the ProFurl: you don't need a halyard restrainer at the top of the mast to gt the right angle to the top swivel. ProFurl has one built in above the top swivel, we call it the Darth Vader. Have had our for 10 years, it's great, model LCI 32. The drum is up off the deck and I have great visibility windward.
Yes, they're plastic, but very heavy duty.Are your's plastic? How do they look after 10 years in the California sun?
I just installed a bow roller. I was concerned that I may end up damaging the furler, but it came with these long shanks to raise the drum up off the deck. I am very happy with what came out of the box.