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Teufelberger Dynaglide Throwline 1.8 mm

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Teufelberger Dynaglide Throwline 1.8 mm
Item #: DYNA
$169.95
150ft, 200ft, or 1000ft reels. New England Rope’s high-strength, urethane-coated Dyneema throwline utilizes a hollow-braid construction that can be spliced by those so inclined but presents a square body when pulled under tension.

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$169.95

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Teufelberger Rope’s high-strength, urethane-coated Dyneema throwline utilizes a hollow-braid construction that can be spliced by those so inclined but presents a square body when pulled under tension. Like other Dyneema alternatives, this very thin, low-stretch thread glides easily over branches, allowing users to select lighter throw weights
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Weight 2.00 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Replacement Part? No
Brand Teufelberger
Color No
Diameter No
Strand Count No
Reviews

Customer Reviews

NEW ENGLAND Review by Preston Trow
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I WILL REFUSE, to use any other throw ball line out there. 14 NEO sherrilltree ball, and 200' of this will get you ware you need to be, ok and practice . (Posted on 2/7/2016)
Director of Operations Review by Rob Jones
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This is hands down one of the best throw ball lines on the market today. Stiff and coated for long lasting and knot free. Choosing this line is welll worth the extra money. I recomened to all of our climbes here at Downey Trees in Atlanta, GA and Florida (Posted on 1/23/2015)
great throwline Review by theXman
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This is the best throw line in my opinion. Tried many others over the years too, but always come back to this. Don't let the initial waxy feel cause you to abandon it. It takes about a week to break it in. Go with green too, red seems to make bird nest problems for some reason. (Posted on 3/13/2014)
Limp Line Review by Dan Lawton
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A very strong throwline but i find it's soft construction tends to wrap and tangle around small limbs and brush easily. I prefer a line with a stiffer construction. (Posted on 5/25/2009)