Simple Strap Ultimate 4 pack (1 Red 3mm, 1 Yellow 3mm, 1 Red 2mm, 1 Black 2mm)

Simple Strap Ultimate 4 pack (1 Red 3mm, 1 Yellow 3mm, 1 Red 2mm, 1 Black 2mm)

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  • Simply the fastest & easiest way to secure pretty much anything.
  • 1000 PSI Heavy Duty (3mm thick), 800 PSI Regular Duty (2mm thick)
  • Regular Duty load limit: 335 lbs with 3 wraps
  • Heavy Duty load limit: 725 lbs with 4 wraps
  • Each 20 feet
  • Cut to length
  • Ideal for construction, household, camping, bundling lumber, rebar, pipes, boating/fishing, roof racks, awnings, surfboards, canoes, repairing woodcraft, storm prep & much more
  • Works when wet, in the dirt & in extreme temperatures
  • No complicated knots, no hazardous hooks & no rusty ratchets
  • Recyclable & reusable
  • Cam buckle tie downs and ratchet straps have protruding metal that can scratch equipment. Simple Strap rubber tie down straps have no metal or buckles.
  • Buckle tie down straps are limited by size and a single wrap. Simple Strap heavy duty tie down straps secure up to 725 pounds and can wrap around multiple times.
  • Ratchet tie down straps rust, corrode, and are complicated to use. Simple Strap rubber tie downs won't rust and are easier to use.
  • Bungee tie downs with metal hooks can be dangerous when they snap back. Simple Strap hold down straps have no hazardous hooks
  • Rubber bungee cords limit you to the length between hooks. Simple Strap adjustable tie down straps are 20 feet long and easily cut to the length you want.
  • Rope can be difficult to tighten and requires pesky knots. Simple Strap tie downs pull tight - no knots necessary.

2 wraps with Regular Duty: 160 lbs
3 wraps with Regular Duty: 335 lbs
4 wraps with Regular Duty: 580 lbs
2 wraps with Heavy Duty: 275 lbs
3 wraps with Heavy Duty: 560 lbs
4 wraps with Heavy Duty: 725 lbs

Regular duty has a thickness of 2mm and the heavy duty has a thickness of 3mm.
People tend to choose the heavy duty in slightly rougher/more demanding conditions.
Both work great for most jobs.

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