Monday, January 23, 2017

Tiger Tie Down Straps Review

My husband has been busy making a second batch of sculpture. Most of his original portfolio from before sold. That's a good thing, but sculpture takes time. He has lots of pieces he's working on right now.

I know that if he makes bigger pieces it's hard to transport them. I think Tiger Tie Down Straps should help!

They are usually meant to tie down bikes, but why not sculpture?

Extra Strength!

Tiger straps extra strength ratchet tie down 4 pk will provide extra security and will prevent damage to a vehicle, U-Haul, or trailer. They are 20 feet long. The length is nice for bigger things.

I'm glad that Travis is going to be using these. I worried that if someone were to crash into his backend that he'd be toast because a sculpture may go flying into the front seat. The worry is no longer present.

Their extra strength webbing is manufactured from 100% polyester, which guarantees not to hold moisture or stretch. The tie down straps are webbed and UV treated so the sunlight won't wear them down, and they won't loose durability.

Tiger #1 in their market for being the bestselling smart straps! Why? Because they secure larger loads.

Things to Tie Down:

  • Motorcycles
  • ATVs
  • Trailer Loads
  • Mountain Bikes
  • Building Materials
  • Snowmobiles
  • Scooters
  • Lawnmowers
  • Jet Skis
  • Boats 
  • Washers/Dryers 
  • Sculptures
And much more. These would be great to have if you planned on moving!


$12.97 with money back guarantee.

What would you strap down with Tiger Tie Down Straps?

Disclaimer: I received Tiger Tie Down Straps to review. I wrote this post, and was not influenced at all with an opinion. I only review things that I find interesting, or that would benefit my readers or family.


Theresa Mahoney said...

These look nice. I bet Jason would find them handy for securing our kayaks and paddle boards this summer.

Harry Flashman said...

I have been using tie downs from the auto parts store, and they aren't really satisfactory. I move things in my truck and sometimes those tie downs I'm using slip, and let the load shift.

I'll give these a try.

~ Noelle said...

Marc would find plenty of uses for them. He has all sorts of ties and ropes and what not. he will use it to put things in the yard, to fix the house up and of course, the back of the truck!

Indah Nuria Savitri said...

it will be very useful for my hubby. He brings his bikes to places and he will need one.


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