Peak UK Throwline

 

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Throwbag

The Peak UK Throwline is a tough Cordura throwbag containing a length of floating polypropylene rope. Used to pull people out of the drink, or in a myriad of other rescue uses, it's something that should be kept close at hand.

  • Marine grade stainless steel ring that’s easy to tie and clip into, eliminating any nylon on nylon friction
  • Unique ring design throwline with full length webbing reinforcing
  • Made from tough 600d polyester ripstop and nylon shell with a buoyant foam insert
  • Quick draining and drying slotted base
  • Contains a 9.5mm floating polypropylene rope, tested to EN1891with breaking strength of: > 700kg with knot ( g 8). >1100kg without knots
  • Reflective piping for night use, stiffened wide opening for easy packing
  • Easy and tidy cam buckle open / closure system
  • Comfortable handle for packing and throwing

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