Harro, I was once going to but an SP windlass but decided to buy a Lewmar
1000 Pro instead.
ground to a halt within 11 months and the (then) distributor Barlow replaced it with a new new with no questions asked.
The replacement Lewmar died the same death, same crunching, grinding symptoms after only 10 months!!
So I bit the bullet and bought a Muir horizontal which has operated like a swiss watch for over 42 months now. And fwiw, i've lived on the hook for 7 years now and am usually re-anchoring in a different place a couple of times a week, often in 40 ft plus of water
in open roadsteads.
NO moorings, ever.
What I'm saying is that your windlass is almost the most important piece of kit on your boat
I know of a chap with a SP windlass on his Adams
40 and that windlass, to this 70 ex mechanics ears and eyes, is not good buying
sure, but imho they are not meant for the foredeck of you Beneateau.
Brother, haul you chain by hand until you can afford to spend another thousand or so.
Choose wisely keeping in mind Murphys first law of commerce viz: "you don't get much windlass for a low price"