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Titanium Dutch Clips (Pair)

$18.00

weight: 16.24 g

Description

The titanium Dutch clip is designed specifically for webbing based hammock suspensions. The Dutch clip replaces a carabiner for a quick connection and release around the tree.

Now a new titanium version has emerged that is stronger and weighing in at about half the original version. You will never notice the 7 grams in your pack and be marveled at how quick and easy your set up and tear down will become. Dutch clips are meant to be used only with hammocks that have a 30 degree angle or sag in the suspension.  Made by Dutchware and of course Made in the USA.

Dutch clips TI 
Item weighs 7.5 grams each (sold as pairs)
300 pound occupant weight limit.

Patent Number; D708,045 S

Additional information

Weight 16.24 g
SKU MUS023

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  1. WilliamPatterson

    Question

    AdminWilliamPatterson

    I have a Hammockbliss sky bed bug free hammock. It is an asymmetrical hammock similar to Hennessy. Can the Dutch clips be used with this hammock? I am asking because the description refers to a 30 degree hang requirement and there is a yes no question regarding Hennessy.

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      It is fine to use with your Hammock Bliss. Hennessy does not give a very good explanation about the 30 degree angle and because of that people stretch it really tight which puts a lot of force on the suspension. The reason there is a Hennessy question is some Hennessy’s require a different size whoopie sling or continuous loop for the connection.

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  2. Derek Laubach

    4 out of 5 Wish I had gotten the sewn on

    Derek Laubach (verified owner)

    I like this product a lot. But the first time out with them one of the clips came off as I was packing up, and I spent 20 minutes combing the ground to find it. I wish there was a way to better secure these on my huggers. In hind sight for this reason I wish I had gotten the sewn on version.

    I ordered an extra pair just to keep in my pack in case I drop one. Wondering if there is any hack I can apply to ensure they do not some off.

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  3. rod.knee.d

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    rod.knee.d

    Will these work with the 2” Kevlar tree huggers? Do you another item that you would recommend for this application? I’m trying to comply with the Texas requirement.

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      These will not work with the two inch strap. I would recommend using a carabiner in this situation.

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  4. Andrew Long

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    Andrew Long

    Is it possible to get these for a 2 inch tree hugger?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      They are designed to work with the one inch straps and we do not have a model for the 2″ straps.

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  5. MarkEddington

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    AdminMarkEddington

    Will these in titanium support 300lbs?

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      admin

      Yes they are rated for 300 but it is important you use them correctly. Here is a vid…

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  6. Jeff

    Jeff (verified owner)

    Dutch Clips

    I have used these on all my hammocks and love them. So when my daughter got her a hammock and asked me to help her get it ready to hang one of the first items I thought of was the Dutch Clips. They are strong and make hanging my hammock fast. I wouldn’t use tree straps or huggers without them. This is a product I have and would recommended.

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  7. Swingin Squirrel

    5 out of 5

    Swingin Squirrel (verified owner)

    WOW!

    This little things are just awesome. Much smaller than I was expecting, but exactly the size I need. Excellent work Dutch.

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  8. KevinP.

    Question

    AdminKevinP.

    If the straps on my whoopie slings are a little short, so that the Dutch clip is on the Amsteel instead of on the webbing, as shown, will that be a problem? It is 1/8″ Amstel and I am 180 lbs.

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      No that should not be a problem at all. Just be sure the webbing/amsteel is coming as straight as possible off the tree to minimize the stress on your suspension.

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  9. Derek Hansen

    Derek Hansen

    I was surprised when I opened the package to discover a titanium Dutch Clip, or the Dutch Clip | ti.

    Dutch sent me an email about a new product he was working on. I was surprised when I opened the package to discover a titanium Dutch Clip, or the Dutch Clip | ti. The design is, of course, updated—sleek and refined. At first, I wasn’t sure how to use them. The size and form is so much different than the original, aluminum Dutch Clip. The form is much more in line with a mini carabiner without a gate or mechanism. This new, rounded shape lends itself better, in my opinion, to the webbing straps, but allowing the material to bend around the metal without potential abraision.

    The weight for the pair of clips is only 16 grams.

    I took them backpacking and I can say I’m already converted. As I mentioned, the inner curve works nicely with the webbing strap and the clip made it very easy to attach around the tree.

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  10. Dwayne Owens

    Dwayne Owens

    Love them!

    Love them! I was using carabiners before and I have to admit that these clips work great and they are light weight. So with that combination you can’t go wrong.
    Thanks, Dutch

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  11. Micah Vorst

    5 out of 5

    Micah Vorst

    The dutch clips arrive ahead of schedule.

    The dutch clips arrive ahead of schedule. I was able to easily integrate them with my hammock rig. I now can easily use the dutch clips around a tree and then use a slipper sheet bend knot to tie off to the hammock.

    Such a sleek easy design. Thanks!

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  12. Robert Edwards

    Robert Edwards

    I was tying a bowline in my straps.

    I was tying a bowline in my straps. I finally purchased these and sewed in loops in my straps. It is a lot easier to set up my straps now. Great product.

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  13. Doug Beck

    Doug Beck

    You know how you sometimes want to adjust the height of your tree strap.

    You know how you sometimes want to adjust the height of your tree strap. You have to unthread the whole strap because there is a branch which prevents you from simply sliding the tree strap up or down the trunk. This solves that problem and makes the installation of the tree straps easy.

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  14. Tyst Död

    Tyst Död

    These are a MUST have with your tree huggers.

    These are a MUST have with your tree huggers. Save alot of messing around so you don’t have to thread the whoopie slings. Makes adjustment easy.

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  15. Russell Visger

    5 out of 5

    Russell Visger

    If you are setting up tree huggers without these your doing it wrong

    If you are setting up tree huggers without these your doing it wrong. We have these and the sew on style, so easy to use and light it’s unbelievable! I’ll never have straps without them again!

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  16. Husk

    5 out of 5

    Husk

    Form follows function

    Form follows function. These function perfectly. Set up is so simple and fast. Adjustment fast and simple. Everything about these clips is amazing. Light, compact, works perfectly. What more do you need? Thanks for making great products!

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  17. Jordan Wright

    5 out of 5

    Jordan Wright

    They may not be required, but you’ll thank yourself for the ease of use that these provide while setting up your straps.

    They may not be required, but you’ll thank yourself for the ease of use that these provide while setting up your straps. The titanium makes these super lightweight, and the small form factor makes them easy to pack, and you can even leave them attached to your straps should you prefer.

    Really love the design – the fact that you can use them in either orientation is a nice bonus. Great work as always to the people at Dutchware.

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  18. bpreis

    Question

    bpreis

    To the folks losing their clips…

    Have you tried a wrap of tape around your tree hugger, underneath the clip? Seems like that could add enough thickness to the hugger to prevent a clip from accidentally slipping off.

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