$0.25 - $175.00
Add or replace existing kayak deck rigging with this bungee cord. Sold by the foot with three sizes to choose from.
Sold by the foot or in spools of 500'.
- Available in 1/8", 3/16" and 1/4" diameter
- Sold by the foot
- One spool holds 500'
- Compact Design
- Easy To Use
- Easy To Order
- Fair Price
- Quality Product
- Quick Service
- Countless Projects
- In Lieu Of Bungees
- Personal Watercraft
- Excellent price
- Product what I wanted
What is the construction of the bungee cord? What is the core material? Is the core material coated with another material?
Asked on 11/5/2012 by Murray from Russellville, AR.
The core is rubber. It is covered by fabric with a weave that allows it to stretch along with the rubber. It is quite durable.
Answered on 11/5/2012 by Clyde from NRS
All bungee cord I have ever used is made up of many fine strands of rubber
covered with a fabric, the individual strands of rubber are not coated. The
rubber under the fabric cover looks much like stranded copper electrical
wire that is covered with a vinyl plastic. The numerous strands make it more
Answered on 11/6/2012 by Anonymous
The core material is a white elastic. There is an outer sleeve of
braided material which is probably polyester -- be sure you seal/melt the
ends well or they will unravel a bit.
Answered on 11/9/2012 by Anonymous
Is there a thickness recommended for use on a sea kayak?
Asked on 9/5/2012 by Melodi from Oviedo, FL
It depends on preference, what your carrying usually thicker the better
Answered on 9/5/2012 by Anonymous
At 1,034 lbs. tensile strength, the 4-mm is plenty strong enough. Some kayakers use bungee cord, of which we carry three diameters.
Answered on 9/6/2012 by Clyde from NRS
I'm sorry it took so long to get back to you about this question on bungee
cord thickness. For deck lines as well as bungee cords I always try to use
1/8", this is what came on my P&H kayaks and I just think it is more elegant
than the thicker ones, on trips it always has been strong enough to hold
anything I've placed under it but as a rule I try and keep the deck as
uncluttered as possible for windage reasons.
Answered on 9/9/2012 by Anonymous