Coghlan's Bungee Clothesline
|Price:||$4.63 - $35.99|
- No clothes pegs needed
- Lightweight and convenient
- Unstretched length 6'
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Coghlan’s Ltd. is recognized as the world leader in outdoor camping accessories. Founded in 1959; Coghlan’s is a family owned company and has built its reputation on core values of product quality and innovation
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When the package arrived, I simply opened it up, and I threw it in the washing machine with my clothes.
This clothesline is awesome. It worked flawlessly for my backpacking trip through Europe. It's stretchable, unwind-able, clip-able, twist-able, you name it! Plus, by washing it before hand I removed any chance of bleeding. For the price, you can't beat it.
So the first question is why would I need one of these. I use it for car camping, when I am going to be gone for more than a few days to keep the amount of clothes I have to bring to a minimum. If you are an occasional overnight car camper, you probably don't need one of these. But for people who spend weeks on the road, and want to make doing road laundry less of a pain this is worth it. Paracord, webbing, anything else will soak up the water, and then you will have to dry it out later, and that slows you down. This stays dry, and takes no time to set up and take down. Anything to make car camping a bit easier helps your overall mood a lot.
Before I was just hanging laundry up on my hammock line, but I would end up soaking the webbing through and having to dry that out later. Sometimes if it over soaked it would run some water down and soak the ends of my hammock. I also have used paracord, but this way just saves me a bit of time tying knots. This line does not soak up water and dries easily. It also stretches way further than you would expect (see attached photo).
I have this paired with my Scrubba Portable Laundry System Wash Bag, although that system has a few problems of its own. A simple dry bag would work, until someone makes a system that is truly better. I would really recommend this clothesline for anyone who does a lot of car camping.
I have used this now for 4 years and it still has the same elasticity and feel as when new. Very durable.