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Lawson Kline
(Mountainfitter) - M

New Pricing on 2.2mm Dyneema Cord on 12/03/2010 13:10:47 MST Print View

Hey Everyone,

I found a new cord supplier that has lower prices. Its the same cord as before with the only difference being a lower price. This savings is being passed on to my customers. The only problem is I purchased all their instock cord. They are saying it will be a few weeks before they can get more cord and hopefully the prices will be the same. The new price is $16.95 with free USPS ground shipping (usually takes 3-4days).

Side Note: Instead of calling it 2.2mm Dyneema Cord, I want to come up with a relly good cord name. Any suggestions?


Mountainfitter 2.2mm Dyneema Accessory Cord

Edited by Mountainfitter on 12/03/2010 14:11:10 MST.

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(biointegra) - MLife

Locale: Puget Sound
Re: New Pricing on 2.2mm Dyneema Cord on 12/03/2010 13:40:56 MST Print View

I want to come up with a relly good cord name. Any suggestions?

Neon Synthetic Hemp Cordage. Definitely.

Stephan Doyle
Name on 12/03/2010 14:01:21 MST Print View

Neon .22

My suggestion is to turn the 2.2 into a .22

Neon Fiber .22

Maybe I'll be in a more creative mood later.

Lawson Kline
(Mountainfitter) - M

Duraline? on 12/03/2010 14:06:03 MST Print View

Howabout Duraline?

Stephan Doyle
Not bad on 12/03/2010 14:29:49 MST Print View

It's simple, short, effective and to the point.

Oh, and catchy.

Thumbs up.

Willie Evenstop
(redmonk) - F

Locale: Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
New Pricing on 2.2mm Dyneema Cord on 12/03/2010 14:30:42 MST Print View

Kline Line

Patrick Browning
(optimator) - F
Re: New Pricing on 2.2mm Dyneema Cord on 12/05/2010 22:23:52 MST Print View

I like Kline Line as well. How tight is the braid on this stuff?

Joe Clement
(skinewmexico) - MLife

Locale: Southwest
New Pricing on 2.2mm Dyneema Cord on 12/05/2010 22:29:59 MST Print View


Eugene Smith
(Eugeneius) - MLife

Locale: Nuevo Mexico
"New Pricing on 2.2mm Dyneema Cord" on 12/05/2010 22:32:59 MST Print View

What Joe said!

Lawson Kline
(Mountainfitter) - M

Thanks Guys on 12/05/2010 22:52:56 MST Print View

Thanks Guys, I like all the names. KlineLine is cool because it would make my family proud and kind of has a ring to it. Duraline is a good because the stuff is super durable. Dynee-mite is good because it sounds like a bomber type line. Do you think I could use this name if I switched to a spectra based product? Reason I ask is because I am working with a braider to come up with my own line. I am hoping for 1.8mm hi-viz yellow or hi-viz orange with black and reflective tracers. They are currently seeing if its something they can do as well as pricing Dyneema vs. Spectra. Think Kelty Triptease but no core, no stretch and weight rated to 500+lbs.

Side Note: The braid is a really tight 12 strand.

Patrick Browning
(optimator) - F
Re: Thanks Guys on 12/06/2010 00:09:45 MST Print View

Think Kelty Triptease but no core, no stretch and weight rated to 500+lbs

Oh yeah, I like that. I'd be replacing all my tarp & tent lines!

Lawson Kline
(Mountainfitter) - M

single braid vs. double braid on 12/07/2010 11:50:48 MST Print View

Do you prefer a single braid or a double braid cord? If one over the other then why? Say both were comparable in size, weight, and strength.

Jim Colten
(jcolten) - M

Locale: MN
Re: single braid vs. double braid on 12/07/2010 12:14:06 MST Print View

In diameters used on sailboats double braid provides for ways to make very strong eye splices.

I do not KNOW if this translates to small diameter cordage but I seem to recall seeing that done with braided fishing line.

Lawson Kline
(Mountainfitter) - M

GuyWire? on 12/08/2010 18:06:23 MST Print View

Howabout the name Guywire? Sounds tough as nails...

Looks like my dream cord cannot be made, especially at my mind boggling dream price. I however have found a company to make me a very nice cord. Its a urethane coated orange 1.8mm solid braid spectra rated to 800lbs. The urethane coating and the solid braid construction works well for holding knots. I think I will be able to offer it for a limited time at $12.95 per 50' just so the product can get some exposure. You will never find this kind of cord for this kind of pricing. If anyone is interested please let me know. I want to make sure the company makes me enough and I don't run out.. They are fitting my production run in this time but next time they said it could be a few weeks to a month. Oh I almost forgot, the price includes free shipping.


Edited by Mountainfitter on 12/08/2010 18:07:38 MST.

Gary Dunckel
(Zia-Grill-Guy) - MLife

Locale: Boulder
GuyWire on 12/08/2010 19:34:14 MST Print View

GuyWire is perfect. Bring it on!

Joseph Ainsworth
(jainsworth123) - F

Locale: Greater LA area
Guywire on 12/08/2010 19:43:32 MST Print View

I'll be in for 2-3. I want to experiment with a few things.