What Makes WhamGuard the Best Boat Dock Bumpers?

WhamGuard rotating boat dock bumpers are really “rollers” that protect both boats and docks during docking and launching.  These bumpers are unique because they actually work as advertised too.  Most vertical post bumpers have been called dock rollers, however, they seldom roll with the boat as the boat is docking.  On the other hand, WhamGuard Rotating Boat Dock Bumpers do actually roll and guide boats into the slip.  See how they work.  Read our reviews.

Things to Consider

If you are trying to decide if WhamGuard Rotating Boat Dock Bumpers will work for you, you need to consider a few things.  First and foremost, what size post are you trying to attach boat dock bumpers to?  WhamGuard works best on post that are 2″ to 2.5″ wide and either square or round.  They are most effective on an exterior mount post, however work effectively on an interior mount post too.  On an interior mount post, if it is inset up to 4″ WhamGuard Rotating Boat Dock Bumpers can still provide adequate protection in many docking situations.

What’s so Great?

WhamGuard bumpers are made with 15 year UV rated, marine grade polyethylene.  All components are patent pending and made in the USA.  Quality is key.  In addition, WhamGuard is so easy to install compared to other alternatives.  Since WhamGuard Rotating Boat Dock Bumpers attach to existing posts, there is no heavy, awkward steel to maneuver.  All components (except the nuts & bolts of course) float!  And weigh less than 10 pounds.  One person can easily install a bumper in less than ten minutes.

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Orange Rotating Bumper. All boat dock rollers come with bushings (shown), hardware & bumpers.

Where to Get WhamGuard

WhamGuard is available for purchase on the WhamGuard website and generally cost around $125 a piece, so a set of two is around $250.  This is a great deal considering traditional vertical boat dock rollers can cost between $350-$700 for a set.  WhamGuard Rotating Boat Dock Bumpers are easy to install too.  Which means they are easy to uninstall and take with you if you decide to use a new dock.  Or if you get a new boat, it’s easy to add a couple more if you think you need more coverage.