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Titanium Cinch Buckle (pair)

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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 11 grams each.  Made from titanium with an aluminum slider.  When the rope is in place the slider can’t fall out.

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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 11 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

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  1. Mittagsfrost

    Question

    AdminMittagsfrost

    What is the right direction to mount the slider? Inner side facing the triangle or the rectangle? The pictures show both variants.

    I think the inner side of the slider should be orientated towards the rectangle side, but I’m not sure.

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      The curve of the slider is pointed toward the flat edge of the part.

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  2. Gunner76

    5 out of 5

    Gunner76

    I like how light weight they are.

    I like how light weight they are. I am using several pairs on my main camping hammocks. They work just like they are suppose to.

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  3. Gunner76

    5 out of 5

    Gunner76

    I like how light weight they are. I am using several pairs on my main camping hammocks

    I like how light weight they are. I am using several pairs on my main camping hammocks. They work just like they are suppose to.

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  4. TOAD

    TOAD

    These are so worth having I’ve had them on my hammock for about a year and love them.

    These are so worth having I’ve had them on my hammock for about a year and love them. They don’t slip, bind or damage your straps. At 280lbs Im a good test for these. I use them every weekend as I sleep in a hammock EVERY weekend, year round, rain or shine. I’ve paired them up with poly straps and for me, they’re unbeatable. Use these with confidence. Dutchware rocks.

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  5. john

    5 out of 5

    john (verified owner)

    Awsome

    these are way better than the alimnum ones much lighter. also center better on amsteel loops.

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  6. mtereck

    Question

    mtereck

    I just got the marlin spike dyneema/polypro 6’ straps, whoopie slings and continuous loop suspension. It’s really great. My trees are kind of close though. Could I just add the titanium cinch buckles for this shorter set up with those straps?

    Thanks for your help,

    Mike

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      DutchWare Gear

      The cinch buckles will allow you to cinch up closer in shorter distance hangs where the whoopie slings do require more room

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  7. lee.t.wilson

    Question

    lee.t.wilson

    Will these buckles, or any of your others, work with the Kevlar straps?

    Thanks

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      DutchWare Gear

      No they will not. If you would like to use a buckle you will need to go with polyester or spider/poly straps.

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