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Wasp – 2 grams each, you won’t notice these on your ridgeline… Same easy connection as the tarp Flyz and Stingerz using 1.75 hollow braid line only you can freely move it to any position and lock it on  your ridgeline.  We sell them individually so you can build a continuous ridgeline with a Dutch Hook on the other end or you can have them on each end with two seperate lines.  Made from titanium and of course, MADE IN THE USA

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Wasp – 2 grams each, you won’t notice these on your ridgeline… Same easy connection as the tarp Flyz and Stingerz using 1.75 hollow braid line only you can freely move it to any position and lock it on  your ridgeline.  We sell them individually so you can build a continuous ridgeline with a Dutch Hook on the other end or you can have them on each end with two seperate lines.  Made from titanium and of course, MADE IN THE USA

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We can splice the Wasps on 12ft (finished length) of 1.75mm Zing it or Lash-it with the locked brummel on one end and back splice the other end so they are easy to install, can never come off, and has a professional finished look.

Wasps are sold individually.

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SKU MUS058

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  1. Shane

    5 out of 5

    Shane

    Just amazing

    Just amazing! I actually attached the wasp directly to my tarp on both side and still run the continuous ridgeline thru both holes. My tarp is always on the line and yet fully adjustable while creating wide V off the tree for strap clearance from your hammock. I use it with 1.75 Zing it!

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  2. Devon

    Devon (verified owner)

    Awesome!

    The wasp makes tying continuous ridgelines so simple that it would make no sense not to have one of these in your arsenal. Who doesn’t want to set up and tear down their hammock quickly so there is more time to kick back and relax?

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  3. joeraska15

    5 out of 5

    joeraska15 (verified owner)

    Cool gadget! I’m also using this for light and small close lines. What an invention!

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  4. kluemaster

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    kluemaster

    Does this work just as well with 2.2mm zing it?

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      DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear (verified owner)

      Yes, it will work with the 1.75mm and up to the 2.2mm rope.

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  5. kathryn.armstrong.severn

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    kathryn.armstrong.severn

    Would Amsteel 7/64 fit through the holes on the Wasp?

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  6. Jan Rychlý

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    Jan Rychlý

    are they going to be back in stock any soon? I would need to have it shipped with the rest of my order (not ordered yet obviously) to Alaska till the end of February is that real?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      We are expecting to have them back in Friday 1/26/2018 or Monday 1/29/2018.

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    Kalvin

    5 out of 5

    Kalvin (verified owner)

    Im addicted to Dutch!I have been placing an order once a week for the past month. I have acquired Zing-it, the wasp, three Dutch hooks, a flea, a set of regular and double whoopie hooks along with a spreader bar. I have some Amsteel and and splicing needles coming. I can’t get enough! I make all my loops and CRL and soon to be whoopie slings. Dutch you have changed my hammocking life forever! I check your site daily. Peace, Kalvin.

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  8. Jonathan Brandon

    5 out of 5 Amazing

    Jonathan Brandon (verified owner)

    These are amazing. By far the best way to hang your ridgeline! Simple to use and they hold very good.

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  9. Rachel

    5 out of 5

    Rachel (verified owner)

    Make set up and take down SO much faster

    I love these guys, and my husband was so jealous of my not-needing-to-putz-around-with-tying-stuff, he got some too. I don’t use a continuous ridgeline so I just use one each on each end of zing-it or lash-it to hang the tarp. It’s a lot easier to set-up, take-down and adjust than tying and untying knots!

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  10. Ginger

    5 out of 5

    Ginger (verified owner)

    Love them!

    I actually have two and use them on both ends of my tarp instead of using a continuous ridgeline. They work amazing and are so easy to use. Even my dad, who has several health conditions that make it hard for him to use his hands, can easily use these.

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  11. john

    5 out of 5

    john (verified owner)

    dont wait buy them

    been hammock camping four years just putting my tarp up with different knots. waited a long time to buy these because kept telling myself i didnt realy need them well i some extra cash so i tried a pair of wasp and four fleas.I wish i had purchased these many years ago now that i have used them. i can put up my tarp with these and some dutch fleas in about two minuts or less makes a big diffence in the rain when saving time. i will put these on every tarp i buy from now on.

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  12. Russell Visger

    5 out of 5

    Russell Visger

    This is the best invention for a ridgeline ever!

    This is the best invention for a ridgeline ever! So easy to use, super light, and completely adjustable!

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  13. Charles

    5 out of 5

    Charles (verified owner)

    One of my favorites

    Tried many different option, this works the best for me on my ridge lines. Great product!

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  14. Patti

    5 out of 5

    Patti (verified owner)

    Simply ingenious

    Our favorite hiker on YouTube (think cheeseburgers), uses these and the dude is simply amazing at ultralight backpacking. Anywho, we took his advice and purchased these for our continuous ridge line set up. Boy howdy are we glad we did! No more €*%€+*~ # **% while setting up our tarps or taking them down. No wonder this is what the YouTube pros use.

    We spliced in a Dutch hook on one one end of our 175mm Zingit (Dyneema also sold by Dutch), then added our Wasp (make sure it’s going the right direction) and buried the end of the Zingit (YouTube has great videos on how to do this). This not only gives it a clean end that won’t fray, but also keeps your Wasp from slipping off and losing it. Dutch sells it already done for you, but we were bored and wanted a winter project.

    Dutch sends a nice full color glossy instructional card, that is really handy for the first couple times of use.

    THE FIT

    It feels custom made for the 1.75mm Zingit. I feel it’s The best tensioning/anchor for my ridgeline set up. Its quick, light, strong and easy to use. It almost seems like it really can’t be this easy and hold this well. Then when I’m finished, it’s even easier to take down.

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  15. D-man

    5 out of 5

    D-man

    Super easy and lightweight way to set up ridgeline

    I use this wasp on the zingit as a ridgeline to hang my rainfly on. It is super easy and quick to set up which is huge when setting up in rain. I am able to have my tarp up in about 3 minutes so I can set up the hammock while staying dry. I use the the Tato tarp connectors to attach it but a couple of prussic loops would work just as well. I also got the clip on pull outs to create more room under the fly. Love it.

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  18. Derek Hanen

    5 out of 5

    Derek Hanen

    One of my favorite hardware options for rigging a hammock tarp is the DutchWare Stingerz™.

    One of my favorite hardware options for rigging a hammock tarp is the DutchWare Stingerz™. These titanium clips weight a scant 0.25 oz. (7 g.) for the pair and are easy to use on any tarp. I drew this diagram to show how I use Stingerz in the field. I splice or tie one end of my line (again, braided mason line), take the line around the tree and back to the Stingerz to create the “V” for the hammock suspension.

    The Stingerz also feature the “stinger” where you can catch the line and pull back for a 2:1 mechanical advantage to get the tarp line taut. Finish by wrapping the line once or twice around the “antenna.” I find that once around the antenna is sufficient to hold the line. I store my Stingerz with the line separate from my tarp as I tend to switch tarps depending on the trip and I can easily clip on the Stingerz to any tarp thanks to the mini carabiner end.

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  19. Robert Edwards

    5 out of 5

    Robert Edwards

    Great for securing my continuous ridge line with Zing-It. They work PERFECT!

    Great for securing my continuous ridge line with Zing-It. They work PERFECT!

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  20. Jeff McClelland

    5 out of 5

    Jeff McClelland

    I used this with my old 12 x 12 Gear Guide Camo tarp and it worked perfectly.

    I used this with my old 12 x 12 Gear Guide Camo tarp and it worked perfectly. Very little fiddle factor needed.

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  21. Texas_hiker

    5 out of 5

    Texas_hiker

    Genius design, easy to use.

    Genius design, easy to use. Kept my ridgeline taut for several days without having to re-tighten.

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  22. heilesenrw0401

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    heilesenrw0401

    What’s the Zing-it and Lash-it?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear (verified owner)

      The zing it will be yellow and the lash it will be grey. They are non reflective options to get with your wasp.

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