Or just stop worrying about the line breaking. Battlecord is skinny but megatough stuff. And this one is a 50-foot length of black cord rated for 2,650 lb test. Measures 1/4” dia with a 7-strand core and is rot, mildew and UV resistant. Made in the USA for Atwood Rope.
Our each is 100 feet of of paracord (tactical cord) from Atwood Rope Mfg. Measures 3/32" dia (think round shoelace) with (4) internal strands and a 275-lb test strength. UV inhibited; rot and mildew resistant. In assorted solid and blended colors, from which we'll pick because we have impeccable taste in cordage.
Smart campers buy glow-in-the-dark rope. You'll get (100) feet of 5/32" dia 7-strand paracord with a 220-lb working load, a 660-lb breaking point, and a nice light green glow-tone. Handy for not tripping at the campsite, and for rustling cattle in the dark, as long as they weigh less than 660 lbs.
It's easier to see. Our each is (100) feet of 3/32" dia high visibility neon-green type-III paracord. Made of 7-strand, 550-lb test nylon, it's color-fast and resistant to rot, UV light and mildew. A camper's dream! Also makes really snazzy bootlaces.
Bungeeish scrunchies. Whatever. These here are heavy-duty elastic cords, with plastic balls where the two ends join. The 6” long loop can stretch to about double that length. Suitable for holding pretty much anything, including Samoan linebackers’ dreadlocks. You get a package of (40) in assorted colors including black, red, blue, green and gold.
Glow-in-the-dark rope is handy for midnight cowboys but can save your life on boats (it glows AND floats) and can keep you from tripping over tent lines on camping trips. You get (50) feet of 1/4" dia polypropylene rope with a 116-lb working load and a 350-lb break strength. Mfr says 3-4 hours in the sun gives you 5 hours of nighttime glow.
So we have this carefully designed white-plastic ... thingy. It is approx 1/8" thick x 2" square OA and somewhat J-shaped. Six feet of lightweight string with a small metal "T" on the end can be wrapped around it or attached to it. It's just the right size to hook under a railing or table edge to anchor a helium balloon, or to hook over the top edge of your cubicle if you have some teeny-weeny person who wants to rappel down your office wall. Or ....
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