Quick-Attach T-Strap for Anchoring Tents, Canopies, Tarps by Ind Tools

June 7, 2017 - Comment

  Product Features Versatile anchoring tool for tents, canopies, outdoor shelters, boat & RV covers Thread T through 1/2″ or larger grommet, automatically locks for secure hold, spreads load 12″ bungee cord stretches to 21″ to loop around stake, pole, tree, hook or other anchor point Special hook designed to grab cord with tabbed slot

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(as of 19 April 2020 16:42 EDT - Details)

 

Product Features

  • Versatile anchoring tool for tents, canopies, outdoor shelters, boat & RV covers
  • Thread T through 1/2″ or larger grommet, automatically locks for secure hold, spreads load
  • 12″ bungee cord stretches to 21″ to loop around stake, pole, tree, hook or other anchor point
  • Special hook designed to grab cord with tabbed slot to prevent cord from pulling out; easy removal
  • Set of 8 straps, 6mm cord with protective nylon cover; straps can lock together for added length

Comments

Peter B says:

Doesn’t work to strap items in high winds I was using it to hold tarp down and initially I thought it was great as it fits easily and quickly and no need to tie knots. However, after a strong wind gust and an attempt to tighten the tarp it was on, the strap pulled out of the hook bases. Several of them did it and I quickly replaced the remaining ones on the tarp with other devices to keep them latched. I can’t trust these if you need some tension in the strap (I am talking perhaps 2 to 3 pounds – not a lot).

Mark O. says:

Not a good choice Save your money or buy other bungee cords that are more traditional. The first one I used broke when the wind blew the tarp. If there is not wind or tension to worry about, they may work.

nam11b says:

I would not recommend. The hooks are held to the bungee by … I would not recommend. The hooks are held to the bungee by a mall single staple. Under tension I had 3 of the 8 pull straight out of the hook the first time I used them. If you do buy them, you probably will want to glue the hook to the bungee or drive another staple or two through them. Much better solutions out there that do not have this headache.

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