Whetman Equipment Ring Pull Prussik

 

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Kayak Safety Gear or Kayak Safety Kit

The Whetman Equipment ring pull prussik is a perfect additon to any kayak safety kit. This prussik loop is ideal for a fast and easy way of gripping a rope to assist in a rescue situation.

Whetman Equipment has designed this prussik loop to be made from 16/16 braid polyester cord with a 6mm diameter. This is then secured with a double fisherman’s knot. It also features a 6mm stainless steel ring for added versatility. The steel ring is then held in place with a super tough rubber band. The overall length of the units is 33cm. This prussik loop is a fast and easy way of getting extra traction on a wet rope in any rescue situation.


  • General Features
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  • 6mm Cord
  • 16/16 Braid Polyester cord
  • Marine Grade Stainless Steel Ring
  • Overall Length of the Loop is 33cm
  • Secured with a double fisherman's knot
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