Like duct tape, bungee cords have been making life easier for ages, but the time seemed right to improve on the original design.The company says this...
"With carabiner clips instead of open hooks at each end, it not only attaches to your anchor points, it locks there. Instead of elastic that loses its stretch over time, the KnotBone Bungee has a durable, high quality cord that threads through each end, adjusts from 48" to 10" in the #9 size and from 28" to 6" in the #5 size. Once you have it adjusted to the right length, secure it in place with a simple wrap-and-lock motion. They have even added small self-clipping plastic caps to the cord ends to keep them in place once you've got your load secured. No more pulling, stretching, and re-hooking to get the tension you want - job after individual job, the KnotBone Bungee stays right where you attach it, pulls securely to the exact length you need, and locks there."
Retail price is $9.99. Nite Ize Inc., Boulder, Colo., (800) 678-6483. www.niteize.com
Any body with experience with with this product, please let us know within the comments. I would love to get some and report on them, but getting this stuff to me while cruising can present some problems.
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Sunday, September 29, 2013
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Wow! A better mouse trap, LOL. Truly we were just talking with a neighbor yesterday and our discussion was along the lines of the bungee cord being one the all time best inventions, and now you show us a better one. I can see where this self clipping style could be very hardy in many areas.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing :)
Your blogging sister, Connie :)