Quickloader

Retractable Ratchet Tie Down Strap Sample

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Reviews (4.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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3

USEFUL

11/17/2018 by Donna

NEEDS TO BE LONGER

3

over all good strap

6/25/2018 by robert

poor sewing on stop for strap caused strap to break

2

Not durable

8/3/2020 by Chris

Used two of these to strap down several items in my truck. The straps are not very strong. Tore within first few min of travel. I love the ratcheted design but performance was disappointing.

1

HOPE TO CHANGE MY RATING

1/14/2019 by Smitty

VERY NICE PRODUCT at first sight. Gave it to my husband for Christmas. He transports lots of construction type stuff and has to use tie downs a lot! This seemed perfect.... he used it once and it will NOT retract! It is STUCK!

I have contacted customer service who will, hopefully, text my husband with instructions. IF THIS IS ABLE TO BE FIXED, I will change my rating. The actual tie down seems to be sturdy. Sure hope we can get it UNSTUCK or trade it out!

Maker's Note:

This can happen for two reasons, but both are easily fixable:

1) The handle is not moved all the way forward for release. Just make sure it's moved all the way and you should be all set.

2) Too much webbing is rolled up on the ratchet itself - take some of that out and you'll free the mechanism!

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The Quickloader Story

The absolute neatest tie down strap we could find.

Hands-Down Best Tie Down

If you’ve ever used a tie down, you probably know that there’s room for improvement with the traditional tool. Quickloader is just that. It’s a ratchet tie down strap that makes moving loads easier and safer thanks to its self-adjusting recoil feature.

When you tighten the straps, the locking mechanism provides an added measure of safety and prevents the webbing from coming loose. The extra-large steel handle gives hands a safer distance from the ratcheting mechanism, and gives you better leverage to crank it. When you’re done, Quickloader retracts the webbing to store neatly—no knots or
tangles—for the next job. Read More Read Less