ROK Straps


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ROK Straps

Post by WingAdmin » Fri Nov 29, 2019 11:15 am



Just a quick and easy review for this simple product.

I have used cheap Harbor Freight bungee cords for many years. I hate them - they always seem to be too long, too short, the elastic doesn't stretch anymore, the rubber on the hooks wears off, the hooks bend open, and of course, your bunch of bungee cords are always hooked together in a tangled mess that takes 5 minutes to untangle every time you want to use just one.

Never again. These simple straps are SO much better:

ROK Straps
ROK Straps

Quick to attach, the plastic hooks won't scratch your paint. They are adjustable in size from 12" to 42" long with a quick cinch. And, they have elastic built in, so they stay tight. A quick release means you get quick access without having to unhook everything.

https://www.amazon.com/ROK-Straps-ROK-1 ... ref=sr_1_5



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Re: ROK Straps

Post by AZgl1800 » Fri Nov 29, 2019 6:08 pm

thanks, just added that to my cart for the next shipment.
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Re: ROK Straps

Post by DaveNap » Sun Dec 01, 2019 6:46 am

I've been using ROK Straps for 5 years. Great product, extremely easy to use.

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