Springless Cordlocks

$0.30

These are special cordlocks with the whole part acting like a spring. The C squeezes together and the cord is inserted into the hole. Fits up to 1/8th shock cord or 2 1.75 mm cord. I am calling them Darth Vader and 3CPO after the characters they look like.

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These are special cordlocks with the whole part acting like a spring. The C squeezes together and the cord is inserted into the hole. Fits up to 1/8th shock cord or 2 1.75 mm cord. I am calling them Darth Vader and 3CPO after the characters they look like.

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  • Weight per each C3PO 0.29 grams, Darth 0.50 grams
  • Materials nylon
  • Common Uses stuff sacks, ditty bags, backpacks, quilt suspensions

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SKUJOH019

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  1. Question

    Admin KeithMiller

    Can this cord lock be used for 1/16″ elastic cord?

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      Yes although it works better with thicker cord.

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  2. llmardock

    5 out of 5 Darth Vader is great

    llmardock (verified owner)

    I bought both the Darth Vader and the c3po to see which I preferred. Definitively the Darth Vader. The other is just too hard for my small hands to use. I’m using them as cord locks for my DIY underquilt. They work great.

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  3. jimlarkey

    3 out of 5 Springless Cordlocks, Be Advised.....

    jimlarkey

    It takes 5 lbs of force to close these little critters, even after flexing many times, so:
    *Cold hands, very difficult to release.
    *Soft cord, such as elastic shock-cord, too much spring force will shear the cord rather than pinch the cord.

    Works best in thick, stiff cord.
    Very light weight, but really difficult to work with in most situations.

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