GLS12-01-2R7

Nite Ize Gear Tie 12" Loopable Twist Ties

Nite Ize Gear Tie 12" Loopable Twist Ties

Description

The Nite Ize Gear Tie 12" Loopable Twist Tie grips, wraps, and secures most smaller objects, like charge cords, USB cords, and headphone cords.

Features

  • Attach It Nearly Anywhere To Keep Items Of All Kinds Right Where You Need Them
  • Tough Rubber Shell Provides Excellent Grip Virtually Anywhere, But Wont Scratch Or Mark
  • Strong Internal Wire That Holds Its Shape
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$6.69
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$5.73
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The added feature of an integrated loop on one end allows you to thread the other end through it and pull to cinch and organize nearly anything. Then twist the other end around a handle, zipper pull, anchor point, or key ring. You can also use the loop to hang it from a small hook or tie a line through the hole for quick connections. Two or more Gear Ties can also be looped together to create a chain of any length - the configuration possibilities are as endless as the number of little things it will organize, hang, connect, attach, and carry for you.

  • The Gear Tie Loopable Twist Tie allows you to loop, cinch, twist, and store cords, cables, and other smaller items for convenient storage and access
  • Integrated loop on one end allows you to loop & cinch the Gear Tie around nearly any object
  • Attach it nearly anywhere to keep items of all kinds right where you need them
  • Tough rubber shell provides excellent grip virtually anywhere, but won't scratch or mark
  • Strong internal wire that holds its shape
  • Quick and easy to securely attach and detach
  • UV resistant - will not be damaged by extended sun exposure
  • Twist it, tie it, reuse it - Gear Ties!
  • Dimensions: 12.4" x 0.5" x 0.3" | 316.2mm x 12.3mm x 6.6mm
  • Weight: 0.2oz | 5.7g
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Nite Ize Gear Tie 12" Loopable Twist Ties GLS12-01-2R7 12" Loopable Twist Tie, Black, 2 Pack
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Nite Ize Gear Tie 12" Loopable Twist Tie - Bright Orange 2 Pack GLS12-31-2R7 12" Loopable Twist Tie, Bright Orange, 2 Pack
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Nite Ize Gear Tie Small Mounting Docks GLPS-01-4R7 Gear Tie Small Mounting Docks, 4 Pack
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