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Titanium Cinch Buckle Complete Suspension

From: $32.00

This is a full kit that utilizes our Titanium Cinch Buckle, Tree Straps, Dutch Clips, as well as an 8″ Continuous Loop attached to the buckles. This will outfit both sides of your hammock.

After over a year of developing, the Titanium Cinch Buckle is finally a reality.  These are made in house by Dutchware and they have a  center notch in the back to prevent the buckle from twisting.  Best part is they are only 9.5 grams each.  Made from titanium with an aluminum slider.  When the rope is in place the slider can’t fall out.

*Spider/Poly straps combined with the Cinch Buckles will have a weight limit of 350lbs*
*Polyester straps combined with the Cinch Buckle will have a weight limit of 300lbs*

Description

This is a full kit that utilizes our Titanium Cinch Buckle, Tree Straps, Dutch Clips, as well as an 8″ Continuous Loop attached to the buckles. This will outfit both sides of your hammock.

After over a year of developing, the Titanium Cinch Buckle is finally a reality.  These are made in house by Dutchware and they have a  center notch in the back to prevent the buckle from twisting.  Best part is they are only 9.5 grams each.  Made from titanium with an aluminum slider.  When the rope is in place the slider can’t fall out.

The cinch buckles are the most simplistic and easiest way to hang your hammock. These timeless devices have proven themselves in all kinds of weather. They are attached to the hammock with a 7/64th Amsteel continuous loop. A tree strap made from 1″ webbing provides all the adjustment. Just wrap your strap around the tree and fasten with your Dutch Clip. Pull the strap to get the right amount of sag and your done. No back-up knot is needed. It is highly recommended that a Ti Dutch Clip is used with this suspension as with any webbing based suspension.  Occupant weight limit of 300 pounds at a 30 degree angle.

Of course, Made in the USA by Dutchware

*Spider/Poly straps combined with the Cinch Buckles will have a weight limit of 350lbs*
*Polyester straps combined with the Cinch Buckle will have a weight limit of 300lbs*

Please see the following instructional video on how to properly use your Cinch Buckles:

Additional information

Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 in
SKU DUT055

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  1. Question

    Admin ronaldnevels

    With the complete titanium suspension system can I select a color for the tree hugger webbing with sew on titanium hook? I was wanting camo straps.

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      Just leave us a note at check out and we will make those substitutions for free.

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  2. Jay

    5 out of 5

    Jay (verified owner)

    Great setup.

    My purchase included the 15-inch Dyneema straps with sew-in clips and 1/8-inch loop with Ti buckle; wanted to upgrade my TX-270 suspension and shaved off at least a pound or so. Gave it a hang few days ago and it went flawlessly. Can’t wait to put it to better use and get some more dutch gear as I figure out my tarp. The handwritten note on the invoice was a neat touch. Thanks Dutch!

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  3. Andrew

    5 out of 5

    Andrew (verified owner)

    Personalised Service, Quick Dipatch, Excellent Quality

    I live in Australia, and purchased some hammock upgrades from here and another U.S. site on the same day. The dutchwear gear arrived 5 days ahead of the other!
    The hand signed invoice was a really neat gesture, and a reminder of the culture of all the people that share the outdoors, makers and participants alike.
    Of course the actual bling is 1st rate. This gear is not just bling, or for gram-weenies to shave off an ounce, but good equipment that is simple, efficient and works.
    To paraphrase;
    Thank you everybody.

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  4. BearPaw

    5 out of 5

    BearPaw (verified owner)

    Perfection

    I believe this to be the perfect set up for any hammock. Light strong and super quick to put up/down. I have retrofitted the family’s hammocks with this system and it is the cats meow.

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  5. Kevin

    5 out of 5

    Kevin (verified owner)

    Titanium Cinch Buckle Complete Suspension

    I used the Dutch Titanium Cinch Buckle Complete Suspension to replace the suspension included with my Clark NX-270 hammock. The swap process was simple, and the improvement is great! My set-up and take-down times have decreased drastically. In as much as the suspension is great, customer service is second to none. I have made subsequent purchases and will continue as a repeat customer. Thanks Dutch!

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  6. Question

    Rory Lee

    According to your web page, gram data, there is a 15 gram (.54 oz) difference in weight between the Polyester straps and the Dyneema/Polypro straps over a 15 ft length. Are there any other differences of the Dyneema/Polypro over the Polyester, than a 1/2 oz weight difference and $2.45 price increase?

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  7. Question

    connermcgrew

    I have the beetle buckle suspension set right now and am looking for a suspension set that will hold a minimum of 350 pounds. Will this titanium cinch buckle set work? It not, what would you suggest?

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