Line Lock Light

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Smaller, lighter version of the LineLoc 3. The 15mm hardware works great with 1.5 to 2.5mm cord and the 10mm works with small cord around 1mm.

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Smaller, lighter version of the LineLoc 3. The 15mm hardware works great with 1.5 to 2.5mm cord and the 10mm works with small cord around 1mm.

Specifications:
Sizes – 15mm and 10mm
Weight – .5 grams (10mm), 1 gram (15mm)

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Weight1 g
Dimensions1 × 1 × 1 in
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  1. Ross

    Ross (verified owner)

    Awesome Products

    Dutch always has what you need, when you need it, customer service is second too none, prices and super competitive and delivery is fast and hassle free, even for us Canadians.

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    relloboy

    Will these work with para cord that has had the inner strands removed?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      I would not recommend it as at a max it will handle up to 2.5mm diameter rope an para cord is normally about 4mm in diameter.

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    jeff.a.vandam

    Is this the correct item for adjustable secondary underquilt suspension? Attached to grosgrain loops on the quilt corners? If not the best option could you recommend something?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      Yes you can use this or the regular line lock.

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    jcwathey

    Does this work with your 1 mm Dutch wire? I know the specs say 1.5 mm is the minimum, but I’d love to use this with Dutch wire. Have you tried it? Does it slip?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear

      It will not work with this rope and it will slip.

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    Jeff Bennett

    Will this work with 3/32 shock cord?

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    • Carolyn

      Carolyn

      yes

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    Brian Chaille

    What Grosgain width fits this line lock?

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    • Carolyn

      Carolyn

      1/2″ grosgrain

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  7. mickeyboy2005

    This solved my sleeping bag quilt problem!

    mickeyboy2005 (verified owner)

    On my quilt that I bought elsewhere, I have loops that connect to mitten hooks that connect to shock cord (that is wrapped around my sleeping mat).
    The mitten hooks keep on allowing the quilt loops to slip out, making the quilt loose and allowing air in, ruining my sleep). So here is how it’s fixed….
    On the shock cord that is wrapped around my sleeping mat, tie a short piece of 3/32 shock cord (say 500 mm / 20 inches approx.) on the left side, and another on the right side.
    Tie a small loop on the “Line Lock Light” then connect that to your loop on the quilt using the “Larks Head” knot configuration (Do this to both sides).
    Then pass the 3/32 shock Cord (connected to your mat) through the “Line Lock light” (that is connected to your quilt).
    There you have it! An adjustable bungee action tension allowing you to still move around and get in or out.

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