The Saber Offroad 12,500kg kinetic recovery rope is developed for a safer and smoother way to assist stranded vehicles out of mud, sand, water, snow and more. Where traditional snatch straps give often less than 20% stretch, these Saber Offroad ropes give up to 30% stretch making a huge difference when it comes to strain on the vehicles, smoothness of the recovery and safety for those in the immediate vicinity. If used with the Saber Offroad soft shackles, vehicle recovery has never been safer.
Saber Offroad Kinetic Recovery Rope
9 Meter Kinetic Recovery Rope – 12,500kg Maximum Breaking Strength
During vehicle recovery, it stretches and absorbs tremendous energy coming from the pulling. This energy is transferred to the stuck vehicle, resulting in extremely effective and efficient vehicle recovery.
Flexible & Heavy-Duty Nylon 66 Material
The combination of the highest quality Nylon 66 material and the unique outer treatment on the finished rope gives Saber Offroad Kinetic Ropes protection from damaging UV, moisture and abrasives such as dirt and sand.
Soft Yet Durable Vinyl Polymer Coated Eyes For Extra Rope Protection
Many other ropes on the market offer a nylon sheath which can be effective, however, at Saber Offroad we have worked on a soft and durable vinyl polymer coating on the eyes for the ideal amount of protection where it is needed most.
Package Includes Hard Wearing, Washable Carry Bag
The bag itself is designed to withstand the rigours of offroad use and the mesh at either end helps with cleaning of the ropes after use.
Tested In Accordance With Australian Standards
In Australia, recovery ropes and straps have to comply with the strictest standards in the world, and Saber Offroad has worked closely with local testing engineers to maintain compliance giving customers peace of mind. The Saber Offroad Kinetic Recovery Rope range has been tested in a NATA accredited facility in Melbourne. Combined with the testing of the products, it also has the required labelling so the product is fully compliant for sale in Australia.