RopeLink 2.6 and 2.45
How to Use
- To work correctly, rope(s) must be overlapped the length of the RopeLink.
- Starting at either end of RopeLink, lay overlapped rope into the first curl.
- Hold link with thumb and finger; with other hand, wrap overlapped rope into the rest of curls.
- After there is tension on the rope, the RopeLink will not slip.
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Philip W from Vermont
Great, would be nice if ends were just a bit smoother but I can do that easy enough with wire wheel. I like to keep a couple in my pocket.
Michael D from Illinois
Easy and quick to use. Lasts a long time. Effective for splicing or holding tensioned lines. Highly recommended if splicing or attaching charged line to rope.
Joel R from Minnesota
I love these for attaching a hot wire to rope. I used to wind the wire around the rope to make the connection, which often became almost impossible to remove. Now I just strip a length of bare wire equal to the rope link and wind it up. With the rope links, it's easy to pop them off if needed, and the length ensures a good electrical contact.
Mary K from Oregon
These are wonderful. They are easy to use , don't require tools , and look tidy. They also offer a secure place to connect a hot wire to the rope. They make it easy to re tension the rope after initial installation and on occasion when necessary.
Anthony G from Indiana
Great little tools. They work extremely well and seem infinitely reusable. Much faster and better electrical contact than knots.
The only draw back is their considerable expense. 77 cents may not seem like much, but when you consider that insulators are less than 25 it seems expensive.
Also, there is no RopeLink for twine. I happen to know that the 4.5 will work with a triple thickness of twine, so I think that making a size smaller would allow the system to work with the lighter, cheaper, and overall more effective twine (needs fewer fence posts).