Ultraviolet resistant, no snag, no slip Thomas and Betts Nylon Cable ties are Preppers Edge demarcated choice. A stainless steel locking device, combined with the one-piece 6/6 nylon construction, secure a rated 50 pounds of tensile strength.
Founded in 1898 by two Princeton University Engineers, Thomas & Betts became internationally acclaimed in 1958 after the invention of the Ty-Rap cable for use in aircraft assembly.
Strongest ties on the market. No question. A metal clasp inside the tie head keeps the tie from backing out under any circumstances. Only drawback is the lack of the audible "zip" and "click" you are used to hearing.
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