Solinst Kevlar Rope Assemblies

Solinst Kevlar cord provides a very inexpensive method of deployment for Leveloggers.

Features

  • Reel-mounted cord assembly for quick deployment
  • Rope Diameter: 0.1"
Your Price $23.00
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Solinst Kevlar Rope Assemblies108963 Kevlar rope assembly, 50'
$23.00
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Solinst Kevlar Rope Assemblies 108965 Kevlar rope assembly, 100'
$32.00
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Solinst 200' Kevlar Rope Assembly 108967 Kevlar rope assembly, 200'
$52.00
In Stock
Solinst 300' Kevlar Rope Assembly 108968 Kevlar rope assembly, 300'
$73.00
In Stock
Solinst 500' Kevlar Rope Assembly 108969 Kevlar rope assembly, 500'
$113.00
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Solinst Kevlar Rope Assemblies
108963
Kevlar rope assembly, 50'
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$23.00
Solinst Kevlar Rope Assemblies
108965
Kevlar rope assembly, 100'
In Stock
$32.00
Solinst 200' Kevlar Rope Assembly
108967
Kevlar rope assembly, 200'
In Stock
$52.00
Solinst 300' Kevlar Rope Assembly
108968
Kevlar rope assembly, 300'
In Stock
$73.00
Solinst 500' Kevlar Rope Assembly
108969
Kevlar rope assembly, 500'
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$113.00
Questions & Answers
Can you have this made in 1000 meter lengths? 5000 meter?

The longest spool currently available from Solinst is 500 feet.

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