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100′ mini-spool. 1.75mm single braid dyneema. ~400 lbs. break strength
High visibility yellow keeps you from tripping over it, but the diameter is small enough that its not visible from a distance.
Product as described. Purchased to use with a Superfly Tarp. Works great with Dutchware. Easy to work with. Excess of 100′ on my roll!
I got the yellow Zing It to prevent myself from tripping over my lines at night. It is very visible in near darkness up close, and from a far it is thin enough that you can’t see it. Holds knots great as well.
The guyline is super strong, and bright enough to be visible from a few feet away, but small enough to be invisible from longer distances. My only complaint is that, as the other reviewers noted, the lengths are inconsistent; I got 94 feet and did not have enough for the last 4′ line.
I purchased this guyline for my Superbly tarp. I found it to be very durable as well as lightweight. We’ll see with time how it holds up.
I tried several different types of rope fort my Superfly and decided to check out prices on Dyneema on other sites. Warbonnet had the best price and the rope made a huge difference. It is a great diameter and very strong.
No question here. This stuff is tuff. Easy to handle.
I got this line after ordering my Super Fly, its awesome line however it was not 100′, I am missing a few feet from my roll. Other then that great choice.
It’s zing it, does it’s job as designed and described, nuff said!
Not only was it perfect for the setup described by Brandon on the video for superfly setup…came with about 109 feet of line total. Which was more than enough to mess up one or two lengths and still have spare to make a nice lashing to hold all the stakes and lengths in one quick release package. Also, ends whipped nicely with heat as weave was good quality.
Great product and price! I measured out the lengths suggested on the video section of the website – the spool was exactly 100′ down the inch. The guyline is the perfect mix of stretch and strength. All my knots held well, even when wet, and the slips were easy to pull through during takedown.
It’s strong, bright yellow guyline. Not much else to say about that.. except that I had the opposite experience of Wesley below- after cutting 100′ of rope as described in the tarp video, I have what I’d estimate to be ~20′ remaining. And yes, I’m sure I measured correctly. I’m not sure exactly how these are manufactured, but maybe a bit more QC is in order to ensure a consistent customer experience.
Warbonnet’s tarp guy line is strong, light weight, doesn’t stretch, and is easy to see. I use it for many things in addition to guy line. It’s a must have in my backpack.
I purchased 100′ cord for my SuperFly tent and dutch clips. It’s very light and wont soak up water. It has a waxy finish to it and had no stretching in the line at all. Works as advertised. Easily kept knots I learned from the video section of warbonnetoutdoors.
Great price for 100ft Dyneema Cord that will secure tarp and tie downs effectively. Great length that matches the WBB Tarp Video to meet all cordage needs. I researched all types of Guy Line cordage and this is the best per foot price that I found. Also, very easy to tie and hold basic knots.
I got some of this to hang my Super Fly w/ and this is perfect. Only complaint is that it wasn’t exactly 100′. I was trying to do the cuts just as the video specified – which called for 100′ exactly. I measured it exactly with a ruler. It came up about 10 ft short. Otherwise…excellent product.
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