10mm heavy duty stretch cord with carabiner hooks

  • Lashing capacity: 180N
  • Breaking strength: 36kg(79lbs)
  • Hook type: carabiner hook
  • Length: 60cm ~ 200cm
  • Cord material: Rubber mixed latex
  • Woven material: PP

This heavy duty stretch cord is in diameter 10mm. Its core has nature latex inside, which offers super elasticity and enables it to reach 100% elongationIts.

The eco-friendly high strength PP woven is durable and UV resistant. It extends lifetime of product.

The two carabiner hooks are in dia 6.5mm, strong and safety. They offers more possiblity for connection and lashing. The plastic compression connnectors between stretch cord and hooks are made of strong PP material and guarantee the lashing capacity.

This super stretch cord is an essential tool for securing luggages and loads on cars, trucks, trailers, RVs, motorcycles, bikes, and also ideal for outdoor use to secure camps, tents, for tarps, canopies.

Producer’s P/NQL3212
Max capacity36Kg (79lbs)
Cord shapeRound
Cord diameter10mm
Core materialRubber + latex
Woven materialPolypropylene
Hook materialGalvanized steel
Hook typeCarabiner safety hook
Place of originZhejiang, China
PackingPoly bag with head card or upon customer request
Leadtime30 days in normal
HS code56041000


1. What are bungee cords used for?

Wikipedia – Today, bungee cords are most often used to secure objects without tying knots and to absorb shock. Inexpensive bungee cords, with metal or plastic hooks on each end, are marketed as a general utility item.

2. What is carabiner?

Wikipedia – A carabiner or karabiner is a specialized type of shackle, a metal loop with a spring-loaded gate used to quickly and reversibly connect components, most notably in safety-critical systems. The word is a shortened form of Karabinerhaken, a German phrase for a “spring hook” used by a carbine rifleman, or carabinier, to attach his carabin to a belt or bandolier.

3. What are carabiners used for?

Carabiners are widely used in rope-intensive activities such as climbing, arboriculture, caving, sailing, hot air ballooning, rope rescue, construction, industrial rope work, window cleaning, whitewater rescue, and acrobatics. They are predominantly made from steel, aluminum and other materials such as nylon.

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