The manual winch, also known as the hand winch, is a mechanical appliance that pulls the cargo by shaking the winch reel by hand. The gear-driven winch wire rope reel pulls the cargo by rotating the wire rope wound around it. Lightweight and strong, electroplated, pressed steel structure, steel cable pulls the unit propelled by the pulley through two internal forks. These forks pull the cable while the winch is in forward mode and are also an automatic braking system. The fork will automatically lock when the grip is increased. The manual winch can also be used for lifting (lifting force is about 65% of the drag force).