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Kickstarter: Pure Slacklines
simonclimbs
9/12/2012
2:39:21 PM
Hi guys, I started a project in July to design a better 1-inch slackline option without ratchets after not being able to find one myself.
Soon I also found out that all existing tree protection was pretty poor so I borrowed a friend's sewing machine and started prototyping.
The result are 3 kits that are now in production and I've made a video explaining everything too. Check it out here:
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2069999247/pure-slacklines-movement-simplified
If you know someone that might like it, please share it around!
J.C.
9/12/2012
4:06:13 PM
Looks nice, light & streamlined :)
If you're after a non-ratchet setup for yourself, my favourites are the SBI pulleys, super quick and easy to use. they stopped making them a while ago but one of the dudes i was jumping with in KL this year has just bought the company to bring it back to life: http://www.slacklinebrothers.com/
simonclimbs
9/12/2012
4:29:31 PM
Nice, I was looking at the Rock Exotica Mini Double pulleys. Will definitely check those out too!
J.C.
9/12/2012
4:34:02 PM
I've used the rock exotica pulleys for rigging/rope access and they are AWESOME but the SBI is a slf locking setup, cant beat em i reckon
simonclimbs
23/02/2013
2:03:56 PM
I jumped in and got some. The 'dude' you were slacking with in KL, not Andy Lewis??

shortman
23/02/2013
8:19:16 PM
Did ya end up gettin the SBI or RE pulleys?

sliamese
23/02/2013
10:09:32 PM
Why only 18kN line, theres 44kN polyester hey? As i've busted 19kN nylon tubetape i'd hesitate to use that in a highline set-up! Also having a seperate pulleysystem out of 4mm cord and yacht pulleys means you can have a superlight 4:1 to pull on the 5:1 tape system allowing one person to get a line tight enough for a good trick line!
simonclimbs
25/02/2013
9:20:12 PM
I went with SBI. Now owned by Andy Lewis.
simonclimbs
25/02/2013
9:24:31 PM
sliamese: the line strength also determines how stiff, heavy and stretchy the line feels underfoot. For short lengths I much prefer lower weight polyester. The kits were designed as a lightweight, easy to use slackline NOT a highline!
And you're right, for a highline I would use something 30kN+ even if it feels a bit stiff.

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