Keeper 85243 8' x 1" Lashing Strap, 2 Pack
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- Typically used to secure canoes and kayaks
- 8 feet long and 1 inch wide
- 200 lb. working load limit
- 600 lb. break strength
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Keeper Cargo Management
Keeper is proud to provide a broad assortment of high quality Cargo Control products for today’s demanding consumers. Keeper's Cargo Control Products include; Cargo Bags, Tie-Downs, Bungees, Truck & Trailer Accessories, Towing/Towing Security, Electric Winches and more.
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Top Customer Reviews
I would instead recommend this lashing strap: ProGrip 312610 16' x 1" Standard Duty Ratchet with Flex Grip Handle and Endless No Hooks/Lashing
We use them to hold a computer box shut while we travel in the RV and it performs superbly. What do you say when products just do what they are supposed to without any flourish?
Ignoring the "feel" of the build quality, I encountered issues right out of the package with these straps. A fairly laughable design flaw, if you ask me. The spring which holds the cam closed actually runs through where the webbing must pass through, and yet no additional clearance has been afforded to the opening to account for both spring and webbing. The fix was simple enough---simply tapering the webbing end to an angle allowed me to pass it through considerably easier, but the spring still gets hung on the webbing from time to time.
If you're looking for something a little more heavy-duty, I can't recommend the NRS brand enough. The springs (two, as opposed to one) are of a heavier gauge, and are recessed into the buckle (which, itself, is much more sturdy.) The spikes which grip the webbing are considerably "sharper" and the webbing is also far more substantial material. To top it all off, the webbing itself is conveniently labeled in length for easier length identification. Can't say enough about the quality of that product. Worth far more than they charge.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These have come in handy and worked Great for my needs, Thinking about ordering more.Published 1 month ago by Steve R.