Mini Cord Locks (Single)

$0.21

These mini cord locks are great for quilts and stuff sacks. You can never have enough cord locks. They measure 5/8th” high and fit 1/8th shock cord or two 3/32 shockcord.

14132 in stock

weight: 0.45 g

Description

These mini cord locks are great for quilts and stuff sacks. You can never have enough cord locks. They measure 5/8th” high and fit 1/8th shock cord or two 3/32 shockcord.

Additional information

Weight 0.45 g
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 in
SKU HIT002

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  1. Dave

    Dave (verified owner)

    Perfect for my needs

    I thought that these would be perfect for making my woobie underquilt. I was absolutely correct. 3/32 shock cord and a simple overhand knot. Done!

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  2. eazyab

    Perfect!

    eazyab (verified owner)

    The perfect size cord lock. Ultralight and tiny with a strong hold. Works well with Lash-It and thinner shockcord.

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  3. Scott Henderson

    Needs a stronger spring

    Scott Henderson (verified owner)

    First the good. The size and weight of these mini cord locks is ideal if you are looking for a small cord lock on a lightweight stuff sack, particularly a smaller stuff sack. The hole is generous for a mini cord lock. You can easily fit up to two strands of 2.4 mm (3/32″) cord.
    Weight = 0.46 g.
    Height, unloaded = 16.7mm (0.658″).
    Height w/ 1.5 mm cord = 15.3 mm (0.602″).
    Width = 8.9 mm (0.351″).
    Thickness = 5.9 mm (0.233″).
    Width of hole = 5.0 mm (0.198″).
    Height of hole = 3.7 mm (0.147″).

    Second the bad. The spring is weak. I tried various non-elastic polyester and nylon drawcords from about 1.2 mm to 3/32″ and could slide the cord lock up and down the cord with not much force. Compared to other cord locks I had in my sewing stash of the same size or slightly larger, these cord locks had the weakest spring. When I tried these cord locks with 1/16″ shock cord the hold was adequate (but still the weakest).

    Conclusion. Since I don’t use shock cord for my DIY stuff sacks I won’t purchase these again, which is too bad because the size, weight, shape and price were excellent.

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