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SHERRILLtree Neon 3 Throwline

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SHERRILLtree Neon 3 Throwline
Item #: NEON
$56.95
200ft or 100ft rolls. This lightweight but stout thread is still a favorite of many throwline practitioners and, with its bright color pattern, is easy to view even in thick canopies.

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From the late ’80s up until the late ’90s, polypropylene throwline was about the only cordage arborists would use because its springy body kept it from entangling as bad as the only other available product, nylon parachute cord. Today, this lightweight but stout thread is still a favorite of many throwline practitioners and, with its bright color pattern, is easy to view even in thick canopies.
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Weight 2.00 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Replacement Part? No
Brand SHERRILLtree
Color No
Diameter No
Strand Count No
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Broke with only rope weight Review by aj
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Had this line as a back up. And first time off the real, it broke with just rope weight on it! Left me looking less than professional (Posted on 7/26/2016)
wrost product Review by Ontario Arborist
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springs a lot and breaks easily don't buy that zingit is better (Posted on 12/29/2015)
Realy stiff. Review by Michael
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First off the roll it dosnt lay flat .I st reached it out along my fence for a wile unerring load and when I went to flake into my bag the line still wanted to curl up into a mess. If you can only afford this it does the job , butt requires time to relax. I.also use Zing-it and it lays out flat in a matter of an houre after unrolling. (Posted on 10/30/2015)
Pretty Good Stuff Review by Limbwalker
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This is a great throwline. For awhile I tried a few others ie, 50/50, zingit, etc, They all had their place but this is the best overall for us. Tangle free, fairly strong (Posted on 7/27/2015)
Spend more. Review by Travis Cole
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Lets be honest. No climber looks forward to handling a throw line. If you're on a budget this stuff is great. Better than anything you're going to get at a hardware store. But if you can spare an extra 5 bucks, buy a better throw line with a little less memory that is more pliable. It will make you less angry the next time you have to untangle or tie it on a rope / throw bag. (Posted on 2/20/2015)
Strong throw line Review by Rob
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I use this throw line for hanging christmas lights in 35 foot trees. For single or even triple strands I can use the line itself. For hanging heavy balls, etc , I pull up a heavier rope and then lower down in Feb leaving the line in the tree for next year. (Posted on 2/14/2015)
love it Review by stephen
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Love this line. It's cheap and tends not to tangle like other lines i have used. (Posted on 12/20/2014)
Good product Review by Patrick
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This is a good product for the price. I used it in locust trees and it done well by not getting hung on the rougher bark. (Posted on 7/30/2014)
It has it place Review by Shane Lund
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This throw line tends to have a very elastic type of feeling when minipulating or retrieving throw line from being caught up. The lower tensile strength could be a benifit if snapping your throwline is a last resort to retrieving the throw weight. (Posted on 2/11/2011)