|Item Package Dimensions L x W x H||2.6 x 2.56 x 0.91 inches|
|Package Weight||0.04 Kilograms|
|Brand Name||Emma kites|
|Size||100Lb | 100Ft|
|Sport Type||Kite Flying|
|Fishing Line Type||Braided|
|Line Weight||100 pounds|
emma kites 100% Kevlar Braided String Utility Cord 100~2000lb High Strength, Abrasion/Flame Resistant, Tactical Survival Cord Fishing Tackle Assist Cord Model Rocket Paracord Trip Line Kite Bridles Camping Cordage
|Price:|| $8.95 $29.95
Free Return on some sizes and colors
|Fishing Line Type||Braided|
|Line Weight||100 pounds|
About this item
- Kevlar Braided Line, Natural Yellow, 100% Kevlar Yarns by Dupont Company, designed by EMMA KITES, providing 1mm~4.6mm (100lb~2,000lb) for various outdoor, indoor applications.
- EMMA KITES Kevlar Braided Cords, firmly built in braided constructions. In comparison to twisted lines, braided cords better resist end raveling, possess higher strength and nicer hand touching. Taking the hand crafts and splicing needs into consideration, Kevlar cords of 350lb~1,000lb (1.7mm~2.6mm) are 8 strands or 12 strands single hollow braids for you to make whoopie, loopie slings, continuous loop, etc.
- Inherently Flame Resistant, withstanding extreme temperatures up to 800 °F / 427 °C! To build shock lines, parachute systems for model rockets, or replace/upgrade wicks of torches/lamp, Kevlar cords are the unbeatable choice for you to fulfill flame-resistant demands and for applications in high temperatures.
- Reliable Survival Cord in the wild! Highly abrasion/friction resistant, Kevlar cord can be used as highly efficient cords friction saw to help escape from plastic zip ties, ropes or tapes, and cut through various materials including woods, plastic tubes, nylon, polyesters to complete projects. In the binding, fastening, and wrapping jobs, Kevlar line/cord largely reduces risks of unexpected snaps, providing assured protection especially when in direct contact with sharp edges.
- High tensile strength cordages in lightweight, 10X greater than steel on an equal weight basis. Wound on compact rolls that are small enough to carry on person, and offer easy and fast deployment when you need it. Multi-use tool for your daily life, a must carry-on gear in your EDC kit. Applications are not limited to kites, tent guylines, bear bagging, repairing, fishing assist line, speargun shooting, snare wires, trip lines. Tensile strengths are tested in accordance with ISO 2307 by SGS.
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One of the best advantages of Kevlar line. It helps avoid many unexpected string snaps which happen a lot in binding, fastening objects or uses near sharp edges. In addition to "resistance" properties, Kevlar line is also highly resistant to abrasion, to chemicals (especially acids, and alkalis.)
Flame Resistant-Capable to Work at High Temperature
Kevlar doesn't melt and only decomposes at relatively high temperature, which makes it the common and popular material in firefighter PPE equipment.
Toughness - Yields High Strength in Small Size
High tensile strength cordages in lightweight, 10X greater than steel on an equal weight basis. A roll of 100ft 550lb kevlar weighs less than 3 Oz, light and compact to carry on person in the wild.
Low Stretch, Least Creep
Stretch annoys much in applications like stringing hammocks, kite flying control, especially in control of stunt kite or traction kite. Kevlar cords have extremely low stretch and don't create creep even after long time loading.
Material: 100% Natural Kevlar Yarn by Dupont Company.
Construction: Braid. Multi-strands interweaving process, makes kevlar line much more durable and be able to resist raveling.
Decomposition Temperature: 800~900 °F / 427~482 °C. Kevlar doesn't melt like nylon or polyester. It decomposes at high temperatures.
Approximately ±2~3% deviation exists in measurement.
Safe Working Load Limit: 20% of the tensile strength, for the longevity of the cord and safe uses
Strength - Diameter - Weight
|100lb||1.0mm (dia.) - 0.52Oz/100ft | 0.49g/m|
|150lb||1.1mm (dia.) - 0.80Oz/100ft | 0.75g/m|
|250lb||1.5mm (dia.) - 1.23Oz/100ft | 1.14g/m|
|350lb||1.7mm (dia.) - 1.55Oz/100ft | 1.44g/m|
|550lb||2.1mm (dia.) - 2.33Oz/100ft | 2.17g/m|
|700lb||2.3mm (dia.) - 3.28Oz/100ft | 3.05g/m|
|1000lb||2.6mm (dia.) - 4.91Oz/100ft | 4.57g/m|
|1500lb||2.9mm (dia.) - 6.99Oz/100ft | 6.55g/m|
|2000lb||4.6mm(dia.) - 10.75Oz/100ft | 10g/m|
- Kite String, Kite Fixing / Dragging Line for Giant Kites, Show Kites, Kitesurfing
- Camping: Tarp ridge lines / tent guylines / bear bagging / Ultralight backpacking, wrapping up tools used near heat source
- Survival gear, emergency / repair cord
- Climbing / Rigging / Arborist accessories
- Fishing accessory line / Speargun Shooting Line
Tensile Strength & Working Load Limit
Working Load Limit (WLL) = 20% of Tensile Strength, for the longevity of the cord and safe uses
Also known as the labeled strength, is the average strength at which the new and unused cord would break when tested in laboratory condition in accordance with Cordage Institute Standard Test Methods. The load, applied in parallel to the cord, slowly increases until the cord breaks.
Working Load Limit (WLL)
In the real world of practical uses, there are various factors that would impact or reduce the strength of any rope/cord, including knots in the rope, abrasion, humidity, UV, former use and care, etc. To assure safe uses, it's indispensable to adopt a safety margin in the cord/rope strength, which leads to Working Load Limit (WLL).
The Working Load Limit (WLL) is determined by dividing the tensile strength by a safety factor. To assure the longevity of the cord and maintain a comfortable margin for safe uses, a 5:1 safety factor (20% of the tensile strength) is adopted and recommended for emma kites Kevlar cord for general applications.
|Kevlar Cord Camo Green||Kevlar String Yellow||Kevlar Cord Black||UHMWPE Braided Cord||UHMWPE Braided Cord Hollow Braid||UHMWPE Micro Cord Rope|
|Colors||Camo Green||All Yellow||All Black||Black, Blue||Black, Blue, Orange, Green||Black, Blue, Orange, Green|
|Strengths||200~1050Lbs||100~2000Lbs||50~1800Lbs||1500~5500Lbs||750Lbs, 900Lbs, 1000Lbs||100Lbs, 220Lbs, 350Lbs|
|Diameters||1.1~2.6mm||1.0~4.6mm||0.4~4.6mm||2.5~4.5mm||1.6mm, 1.8mm, 2mm||0.5mm, 0.8mm, 1.0mm|
Reviewed in the United States on May 18, 2020
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All in all good enough. Soft rope, somewhat thick but easy enough to tie knots. Very durable.
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I got the 150lbs version. I plan to get more, and thicker too.
- Thin yet super strong.
- Can be tied pretty well.
- Works amazingly well for some sewing tasks, especially when you need extreme strength without doing the stitch many times. Not for general clothing, etc, but I have found many uses for it for leather, quick denim repairs, etc. You'll want some thick needles to do this. Slightly thicker than come in most kits, but can easily be found in Amazon or a supermarket. I got some at Sainsburys and also a big pack at the 99p store.
- Very cut resistant, although can still be cut with a knife or scissors, just takes a bit more force. Really excellent for the thickness though.
- Seems like a fair price.
Feel free to ask me questions in the comments.
It's strong fine for the strength perfect for me
Hope this helps Dai
EDIT. Just realised I got review wrong i made the ridge line from the 750lb line this i used for prusik's etc
Sorry for the mix up Dai