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Reecoil Full Reach Chainsaw Lanyard

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Reecoil Full Reach Chainsaw Lanyard
Item #: 39498
$49.99
• You will get full reach with both arms
• Saw hangs higher on your harness
• Two ways of hanging & handling your saw
• Designed by climbers, for climbers!
• Stretches further than any others at over 4.92ft while REECOILing back to a compact size of 1.64ft
• Recommended for use with top handle saws only
• Non-Tearway

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The REECOIL Full Reach chainsaw lanyard has been designed to give you full mobility while climbing, cutting and working at height.

When extended the Full Reach lanyard stretches further than other lanyards but still Reecoils as short, if not shorter than others. This means that your movement isn’t restricted while making cuts and using your saw and isn’t restricted when climbing through the canopy.

We’ve also designed it to give you two ways of attaching to your top-handled saw.

• Attach to the rear D-Ring on the back of your saw with a girth hitch and use the extra sewn loop to bring the hang carabiner as close to your saw as possible This makes your saw sit high on the back of your harness.

• You can also attach to the top handle using the built in second loop, making it very easy to hang your saw up one handed onto your Petzl Caritool, Rock Exotica Transporter or similar tool hook. Designed to work with the Stihl MS200T, MS201T, MS192T and Husqvarna T540XP

• You will get full reach with both arms
• Saw hangs higher on your harness
• Two ways of hanging & handling your saw
• Designed by climbers, for climbers!
• Stretches further than any others at over 4.92ft while REECOILing back to a compact size of 1.64ft
• Recommended for use with top handle saws only
• Non-Tearway
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 0.54 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Color Black/Orange
Length 1.64 - 4.92 ft
MPN MPN - FR001
Reviews

Customer Reviews

I wish I would have gotten this along time ago! Review by Trey
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I'm enjoying the saw lanyard! It stays out of the way! (Posted on 2/13/2017)
I'm not a fan. Review by Matt B
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The loop for a carabiner is too small for the steel ones I run. When I let my saw down, I like to grab my lanyard close to where it's tied into my saw and let it run through my hand so I don't shock load my saddle. I found this device didn't run through my hand very easily. I also don't clip my saw close to my saddle, but I let it hang, so this lanyard doesn't really function well for my style of climbing. It looks cool and it got some compliments, but I'll probably be regifting this one. (Posted on 2/13/2017)
Best climbing saw lanyard I've used, so far. Review by Larry
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Surprisingly, this moves easily through thick foliage in trees. The coils seem to "roll off" of most of it without snagging. I've dropped my saw once, since I've owned this lanyard, and it was essentially a non-event. The shock was minimal and the lanyard held the saw as expected. The coils stay tight and stow easily job after job. A somewhat shorter version is the only improvement I would suggest. (Posted on 2/9/2017)
Great Product Review by Chris
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Love it. Simple, easy to use and keeps out of the way (Posted on 2/8/2017)
Great saw lanyard Review by Limbwalker
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Originally I was skeptical due to the price. After using it fo a few weeks, I'm totally stisfied with this saw lanyard. I've used it with a number of different size saws and it works well on all of them. The reccoil keeps the lanyard close and out of the way. I added a carbiner to the end that attaches to the saw to make it esier to put on the ring on the back of my climbing saw - (Posted on 1/19/2017)
Recoil length Review by Coco crisp
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I like the idea but I feel like it's too long when extended. I understand that the length could be useful if the bar gets stuck in a cut and is being pulled out of your hands- gives it more time to break free before it pulls you with it. But, that's an issue that doesn't need to be accounted for with the length. I'm 6'2"and have more than enough of the recoil to do anything I need. Seems like it could be made even shorter add still accomplish the products goal. Anyways, I'd like it even more then. I think the full length is understated on the product description. (Posted on 1/17/2017)
Functional, Versatile Review by DS
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I've been using the Reecoil for a few months now and finally have it integrated into my system. It stays attached to my saddle at all times, and doesn't get in the way except for the occasional snag- which happens less than with other lanyards. I previously used the Drayer lanyard, a close relative of Tuefelberger's shock absorbing lanyard. It had good reach and stowed small, but would still sometimes dangle in the path of the chain. The Reecoil's construction keeps it from dangling for the most part. The orange material helps as well, making it more visible while cutting. One of the advertised features is the girth loop that is sewn to accommodate different attachment preferences. This feature has more options than listed, as I've set mine up to clip into any saw and also have a ring to clip onto the saddle for stowing. While this could be done on other lanyards, it could not be done as compactly as on the Reecoil. As for durability, so far, so good. My Drayer lasted for two seasons, so I'll have to wait a while to share more in that department. It is definitely the best lanyard yet for my setup. While price may seem daunting, it is worth the quality you get. (Posted on 12/12/2016)
The best way to work in Trees Review by Juan
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Awesome!! Thanks to the climbers creators of this very useful reecoil (Posted on 11/26/2016)
Good Review by R.G@B.Q.T
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Much much better than other chainsaw lanyards. Except that it takes a min to getting the hang of it. Plus it's a bit too long. (Posted on 11/22/2016)
Best product of 2016 Review by Chainsaw Chad
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What a great product! Its everything its says it is and a great addition to any saddle. (Posted on 9/24/2016)
Great product! Review by Josh
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I use this product daily! At first I thought it was a little pricey but now that I've been using it a lot it is definitely worth the money! No product like it! And I wouldn't shop anywhere else but Sherrilltree (Posted on 9/6/2016)
Works well, unobtrusive, excellent reach, low "snagability" Review by Tony T
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This Chainsaw lanyard is a great addition to your gear. As an avid user of other lanyards this one combines all the benefits with a longer reach and a stay out of your way mentality. The best thing I can say is that many times even when not using a chainsaw, I left the lanyard on my harness, becasue I forgot it was there! Now if it came with an integral breakaway feature, to protect me from myself it would be even better! (Posted on 6/10/2016)
Good Idea, worked good while working through various species of trees, and offers unpresidented mobility to chainsaw users aloft. Review by Climber1
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In direct comparison to the standard weaver lanyard this "full reach" lanyard offers a superb reach advantage, but with that does come with some downsides, I.E. the coil itself it a little large and does tend to get caught on small twigs and stubs every once and a while. The recoil effect brings the stored length to similar to the standard one, so that is excellent. The reason this lanyard doesn't get a full rating from me is the fact that where you secure it to a top handled saw it hangs down over 4.5", so it doesn't minimize your saw storage, but for some that may not be a deal breaker. While aloft it does offer optimum stretch without any pull, so for those longer reaches it does do very well. If you are a crane technician or do large removals where you need a larger rear handled saw this is the lanyard for you! I used a Stihl 660 and was able to make any maneuver in the tree without hesitation and without any issues, so for this alone it would be worth saving a $1000+ saw dropped out of a tree. I did do a drop test with a MS 160CE (electric saw) at full coil to see the shock potential, and it was as expected at nearly 5 meter fall, but the lanyard withheld it just fine after a handful of attempts. I agree with the previous post about the ring and or clip, but for me I use some unique attachment points, so this was not an issue. the biggest issue with all lanyards is they do not have a knot breaking tab or loop on the girth hitch after attaching it. This was alleviated with a little loop of zing it girthed on the end of the attachment loop. As far as the overall value of this lanyard, I would give it a mid range rating because it is expensive (all tree gear is), but also because it can be a little refined, little smaller coils, and a little shorter (3.75 M?) . But it does have a specific place for me in crane work and large saw securement while working aloft. (Posted on 5/31/2016)
If the price was lower id get one for every saw. Review by Jason
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Great product.
Works great.
My only complaint is the price.
I feel like for this price it should have at least come with ring and a clip (Posted on 4/19/2016)