No splicing, just screws. If you have a screwdriver you can make your own dog leashes, horse leads, dock lines, and more
The E-Z-TYֿ Rope Clamps eliminates the need to splice rope to make a loop. It is easy to use and is reusable. Our clamps have been used on Fire Trucks, Horse Leads, Dog Leashes, Boat Lines, Snow Sleds, and more.
Our E-Z-TYֿ clamps work well with many different types of ropes. Some ropes (as Hemp rope and/or Kernmantle ropes) are a very dense rope. It may be necessary to go to the next larger size clamp in order for it to fit properly and work correctly. For instance: a 1/2” Kernmantle rope (as the fire departments use) you would need to have a 5/8” Rope Clamp. We recommend not to exceed the rope manufacturers recommended working load limit (WLL).
- 1/4” Clamps WLL 260 lbs.
- 3/8” Clamps WLL 320 lbs.
- 1/2” Clamps WLL 400 lbs.
- 5/8" Clamps WLL 500 lbs.
- 3/4" Clamps WLL 1,100 lbs.
- All clamps ship with the clamp & screws
*Rope is not included
The E-Z-TYֿ® system should not be used for mountain climbing, with life saving equipment, in rigging to support loads over people occupied areas, or in any application to secure human life or valuable cargo.
Hard to work with
Had difficulty. No instructions. Finally figured out if I taped the stiff rope together, then used needle nose vice grips I could get them to work. All in all, Worth the trouble
Very Helpful, not perfect
I have been using these to make leashes out of some climbing rope, and If you have the right size rope they are really great for that. 2 issues. 1. More sizes would be helpful. 2. if you really tighten these down to hold something like a leash that will take some force the screw pokes out the back and can make it harder on your hands. They should really offer like a rubber cover or some handlebar tape to turn this into something you want to hold onto even under load.
Excellent piece of gear.
Nice Idea, but finicky
I like the idea of these clamps, but your ends have to be "well groomed" to fit properly. It would be nice to know if they have any sort of rating, I am hesitant to use them as a tool tether without knowing what they will stand up to. That being said, they look great and once you get your ends right, go together rather easily and work well.