Saturday, January 14, 2017

Tiger Rachet Tie Down Straps - 500lb Load Capacity/1500 Breaking Strength



Available for sale at: http://amzn.to/2jtG7jZ

POTENTIAL USES:
- Trailer tie downs
- Securing cargo to ATV racks
- Securing ladder stands to trees (I recommend replacing every two years or when wear is found)
- Makeshift clothesline
- And a multitude of other uses!

PROS:
+ Lighter and cheaper than chain
+ Won't scratch the finish
+ Available in a multitude of weight limits
+ Molded rubber grips make it easy to tighten and/or loosen (and they stay on)

CONS:
- Loop style handles are preferable for the ease in ratcheting

OTHER CONSIDERATIONS:
Not all situations call for an S-hook. Use the right hook type (S, Double J, Flat hooks, D-Ring etc.) for the right application.

CONCLUSION:
Overall, I really like these straps! They are UV treated to last with exposure to sun. I've purchased other ratchet tie downs where the strap literally disintegrates after less than a year of exposure. I also like the black strap color. Most ratchet tie downs are highly visible colors like red, yellow or orange. This makes it hard to conceal from others. I prefer the dark color of this strap, because I've had several ladder stands stolen. Bright colored straps are a dead giveaway. Finally, I like that the handle is rubber coated. When cinching these down hard, uncoated handles can really dig into your hands! Loop style handles also help. Unfortunately, these ratchet straps don't have loop handles often found in more expensive ratchet tie downs, but the rubber handles nearly make up for that. If you are looking for a good value in a strap, give these a try: http://amzn.to/2jtG7jZ



FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION (FTC) DISCLAIMER:
I received this product free for purposes of reviewing. However, the opinions expressed herein were formulated based on my personal use of the product. I welcome any and all suggestions, feedback and/or product questions!

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