Nite Ize Figure 9 Hooks

Nite Ize Figure 9 Hooks


The Nite Ize Figure 9 Hooks are an innovative solution to tighten and secure ropes without knots.


  • Lightweight, strong aluminum construction
  • Loop system and fixed end system for greater versatility
  • Control release of high tension to avoid sudden unloading
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If you've ever had problems with losing tension in your rope while tying a knot, or wasted time untying a difficult knot, here's your hassle-free solution. Our innovative, patented Figure 9 tightens, tensions, and secures ropes without knots.

The Nite Ize Figure 9 Small makes tightening any line a stress-free task. From bundling fire wood for your next camping trip to tying down trunk lids, this handy tool handles small tie-down jobs quickly and keeps the tension where you need it. Loop your rope through its strategically designed prongs, pull it tight, and it stays that way.

A smart alternative to complicated cam-locking devices or bungee cords, our Figure 9 also controls the release of high tension, avoiding sudden and dangerous unloading.

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  • Two attachment methods for ultimate versatility
    Loop System
    Fixed End System
  • Laser engraved instructions ensure ease in operation
  • Lightweight, strong aluminum construction
  • Fits rope sizes 1/16" (2mm) to 3/16" (5mm)
  • Load Limit: 50 lbs (22.5kg)
  • Product weight: .13 oz. (3.6g)
  • Product dimensions: 1.125"W x 1.5"H x .125"D (28 x 40 x 3mm)

Warning: Not for use where disengagement could result in bodily injury or property damage. Not for climbing. Manufacturer is not responsible for loss, injury, or damage due to improper use of product. Inspect product and rope prior to use. DO NOT EXCEED stated load limit (50lb / 22.5kg) of product or rope, whichever is less. Manufacturer makes no guarantees concerning line, rope or cord not contained in this packaging. Avoid sharp edges, hot or abrasive surfaces, and shifting loads.

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Nite Ize Figure 9 Hooks F9S-02-09 Figure 9 hook, silver, small, pack of 1
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Nite Ize Figure 9 Hooks F9S-02-01 Figure 9 hook, black, small, pack of 1
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Nite Ize Figure 9 Hooks F9L-02-01 Figure 9 hook, black, large, pack of 1
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Nite Ize Figure 9 Hooks F9L-02-09 Figure 9 hook, silver, large, pack of 1
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Nite Ize Figure 9 Hooks F9L-03-09 Figure 9 hook, silver, large, pack of 1 with rope
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